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Dr Graham Watkins, Executive Director of the Charles Darwin Foundation, Galapagos Archipelago, Ecuador, will give a lecture at UNESCO on Friday, 30 September 2005, Bonvin Building, Room XIV, at 15h00. The full title of the lecture is: "The Charles Darwin Research Station in Galapagos: Analysis of the Situation and Perception on Recent Changes in Galapagos, New Directions for the Charles ...
The Council of Europe is organising, in co-operation with the authorities of the Russian Federation an International CEMAT Seminar on “Networking for Sustainable Spatial Development of the European Continent” within the framework of the activities of the European Conference of Ministers responsible for Regional/Spatial Planning of the member states of the Council of Europe – CEMAT-CoE.For ...
EUROPARC is the umbrella organization of Europe’s protected areas.  It unites national and regional parks, nature parks and biosphere reserves in 38 countries, with the common aim of protecting Europe’s unique variety of wildlife, habitats and landscapes.This year’s conference is part of the European Nature Conference 2005, and is jointly organized with Eurosite, the European Centre for ...
This is a launch symposium of a three-year European project called INHERIT which is led by the European Association of Historic Towns and Regions.  The overall objective of the project is to increase the capacity of cities to regenerate physically, economically and socially, through realizing the potential of investing in heritage. The Symposium will highlight how heritage is being used to ...
The 4th European Conference’s main objectives are to bring researchers and practitioners together to exchange knowledge and experience.  The practice of ecological restoration, which requires the integration of so many different aspects and perspectives, will also be examined as a tool for promoting an environmentally friendly socio-economic development and contributing to the creation of a ...
2005 Melina Mercouri International Prize
Wednesday, 7 September 2005
The Director-General of UNESCO will present the Melina Mercouri Prize for the Safeguarding and Management of Cultural Landscapes (UNESCO-Greece) to the historic village of Maymand (Islamic Republic of Iran)The ceremony will be held in the presence of  Mr Petros Tatoulis, Deputy Minister of Culture of Greece, H.E. Ambassador George Anastossopoulos, Alternative Minister of Culture of Greece and ...
Within the HERMES Project, this is the second of four symposiums to be held and sixteen partners from eight countries will join forces in order to promote processes of regional development. This is to be achieved by means of innovative interactions between cultural heritage and New Media. HERMES’s budget totals 2 million Euros for a period of three years (2003-2006).  The project is ...
The UNESCO World Heritage Centre, in collaboration with the UNESCO Apia Cluster Office in Samoa, Department of Conservation in New Zealand, and Vanuatu Cultural Centre in Vanuatu, and with financial support from the Nordic World Heritage Foundation, will organize a regional workshop on potential themes for serial and transboundary cultural World Heritage sites in the Pacific at Port Vila, ...
The regional workshop has been proposed within the framework of the Action Plan for the implementation of the World Heritage – Pacific 2009 Programme.  Furthermore, the proposed workshop in Vanuatu is in line with the World Heritage Global Strategy for a balanced, representative and credible World Heritage List.  This  workshop has been organized by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, in ...
This conference, which is organized by the Landscape Conservation & Change at the Architectural Association and the Historic Royal Palaces Trust, will look at gardens as national monuments and the philosophical arguments and technical skills deployed in recent and current garden restoration. The conference will provide curators of palace gardens, conservation specialists and consultants and ...
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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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