Pacific Region Training on HUL in Shanghai (China) 14-17 December 2015
The 2015 WHITRAP Asia-Pacific Region Training on Historic Urban Landscaoe (HUL) aims to update professionals on the what, why and how of HUL with the latest developments in the field. Furthermore, through this training course, WHITRAP seeks to strengthen and expand the specialist network for HUL in this area of the world as well as its implementation and its capacity-building programme. During a four-day training programme, practitioners and specialists will participate in lectures, field trip visits and roundtable discussions on HUL approach challenges and impacts in the Asia-Pacific Region. All of them will be led by Chinese, regional and international experts. Among others, Francesco Bandarin (interim UNESCO Assistant-Director General for Culture and Former Director of the World Heritage Centre), Susan Fayad (Coordinator, Heritage Strategy for the City of Ballarat, Australia), Ken Taylor (University of Canberra) and Giulio Verdini (Director Research Institute of Urbanisation of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University -XJTLU-) will present the HUL approach and its Tool Kit.
Application Deadline extended
November 22, 2015
(if visa for China is needed)
November 28, 2015
(if applicant lives in China or visa is not needed)
The teaching staff is composed of experts on the field heritage conservation and HUL approach:
- ZHOU Jian (Director of WHITRAP Shanghai and Professor of Urban Planning at Tongji University),
- SHAO Yong (Executive Director of WHITRAP Shanghai and Professor of Urban Planning at Tongji University)
- HAN Feng (Professor of Landscape Studies at Tongji University)
- Francesco BANDARIN (Assistant Director-General for Culture at UNESCO and Former Director of the WHC)
- Susan FAYAD (Coordinator of Heritage Strategy for the City of Ballarat, Australia)
- Ken TAYLOR (Australian National University)
- Giulio VERDINI (Co-Director of Research Institute of Urbanization of Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University -XJTLU-)
- Reader for the overall subject and more specific components of HUL
- Historic Cities brochure
- WHITRAP HUL programme HUL Brochure
- Certificate of participation in the 2015 WHITRAP Asia – Pacific Region Training on HUL, Shanghai, China, 14-17 December 2015. Participants are required to attend all lectures and sessions of the training course.
- USD 200
Participants will be responsible for their round-trip travel costs to and from the venue, including accommodation and living expenses. In order to cover accommodation and living expenses during the time of the course, participants should plan for a minimum allowance of 800 USD for the entire period.
- Scholarships available: 2 (for registration fee only)
The organizers are offering limited scholarships to professionals/ decision makers/ cultural heritage promoters with exceptional profiles who can demonstrate they will apply HUL principles.
Preference will be given to applicants working in Asia-Pacific Region.
Please complete the attached application form and send it together with the following materials by email to the contact address below:
- One essay of 2 pages, about how the HUL approach can contribute to conservation processes in the applicant’s region. Give specific examples and possible cases for HUL application.
- Framework of Research (conceptual map)
- Motivation Letter
- Endorsement of the Organization where the potential participant works
Successful applicants will be informed by personal email within the three weeks after the deadline.
- Outline of Training Course on the Historic Urban Landscape (English)
- Outline of Training Course on the Historic Urban Landscape (Chinese)
- Application Form - 2015 WHITRAP Asia – Pacific Region Training on HUL Shanghai, China,14-17 December
All correspondence concerning the above course should be addressed in English to: firstname.lastname@example.org