Organised by the World Heritage Centre, ICOMOS, DOCOMOMO and the Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia of Mexico (INAH). Attended by more than 50 persons, two dozen experts who were selected for their professional work and experience in the field of conservation of 19th and 20th century heritage, debated the issues of identification, protection and conservation of properties and sites ...
"Strategies for the world's cultural heritage - preservation in a globalised world: principles, practices, perspectives"
Preliminary workshops , 11 to 12 November, venues to be announced.
Virtual Heritage Congress (EISRY, ISU, WHC). Call for Papers, deadline 31 May 2002.
Organized by the Government of Kyrgyzstan in collaboration with various UN agencies including UNESCO, FAO, UNEP, UNDP, UNU and other international organizations.
Technology and New Media for Documentation, Preservation, Management, Sustainable Tourism and Education.
International conference to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention.
[in French only] A l'occasion des 20 ans de son inscription sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial, et des 30 ans de la Charte de l'UNESCO, l'Institut Claude Nicolas Ledoux propose des rencontres qui auront lieu le 20 septembre 2002 sur le thème : « Patrimoine mondial - Patrimoines industriels ».
"Image, Use and Heritage - The Reception of Architecture of the Modern Movement".
Ename Center for Public Archaeology, Province of East-Flanders.
International Institute for Culture Tourism and Development (IICTD) 2 to 11 September: Johannesburg 2002: World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg (South Africa) (Rio + 10).Information: http://www.johannesburgsummit.org
Adopted on the occasion of the meeting of African experts on heritage managementheld in Johannesburg from 19th to 23rd August 2002, as a parallel event to the World Summit on Sustainable Development, under the auspices of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.
The 26th session of the World Heritage Committee was taken as an occasion to brief all the States Parties from Europe and North America on the periodic report process.
Workshop participants gathered to assess the marine biodiversity of the tropical realm and identify opportunities to expand World Heritage coverage of areas of Outstanding Universal Value (OUV). The primary objectives of the workshop were to:
Reach expert consensus on tropical coastal, marine, and small island ecosystems for potential nomination as World Heritage sites.