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This workshop will gather teachers and students from ASPnet schools in countries participating in the Great Volga River Route Intersectoral Project with the aim to develop their awareness and knowledge about World Heritage, Sustainable Development and preservation of the Environment; enable teachers to develop and implement an approach to teaching World Heritage and Sustainable Development; ...
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Partners for Africa
Saturday, 16 July 2005
On the occasion of the first meeting of the World Heritage Committee in sub-Saharan Africa, a full day of special presentations is being devoted to World Heritage in Africa. The presentations included herein showcase concrete examples of projects and partnerships developed to address the recommendations of the Africa Periodic Reporting Exercise. Partners for Africa ...
Agenda Introduction and Background:          Presentation by Ms Mechtild Rössler, World Heritage Centre Nordic and Baltic European Region:Presentation by  Kris Endresen, Nordic World Heritage Foundation Western European Region: Presentation by Mr Christopher Young, Rapporteur of Working Group Mediterranean European Region: Presentation by Mr Manuel GuidoCentral and South Eastern European ...
Sir Peter Crane, Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, will evoke the botanic activities in relation to UNESCO's programmes relating to the preservation of natural and cultural heritage. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, are a historic landscape garden which features elements that illustrate significant periods of the art of gardens from the 18th to the 20th centuries. The gardens ...
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Heritage Impact 2005
07-Jul-2005 - 08-Jul-2005
Organised by the European Commission's EPOCH Network of Excellence and the University of Brighton, Heritage Impact 2005 is an opportunity for practitioners in the heritage field, policy makers and academics to share the latest thinking on research direction and to consider strategies for improving and evaluating socio-economic impact in the cultural heritage sector.
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Passages to India, Yesterday and Today
17-Jun-2005 - 11-Sep-2005
Under the auspices of UNESCO, this exhibit presents for the first time in Europe 73 aquatints of the 18th century, with their mirror reflection of 73 contemporary photographs. The India of palaces, towns, fortresses, landscapes and places of worship: the same sites from the same point of view, demonstrating what has or has not changed over 200 years. The passage from the  Ganges Valley to the ...
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