The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) is an intergovernmental organization (IGO) dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage by providing expert advice on how to conserve listed properties, as well as training in restoration techniques. ICCROM established in 1956, is located in Rome and exists to serve the international community as represented by its Member States, which currently number more than 126. It is an active partner in the World Heritage Information Network.
- Call for Applications: International Training Programme on First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis Jul 22, 2014-Sep 22, 2014
- Call for applications for the « Risk Preparedness » workshop (deadline 11 Oct 2013) Sep 18, 2013-Oct 11, 2013
- Informal meeting of World Heritage-related Category 2 Centres during the 37th session of World Heritage Committee Jun 20, 2013
- Session on "Heritage and Resilience: Issues and Opportunities for Reducing Disaster Risks" May 22, 2013
- Application deadline for the 3rd Course on Conservation of Built Heritage 2010 (CBH10) May 29, 2009-Jul 31, 2009
- Regional Experts Meeting on Cultural Landscapes in Eastern Europe, Bialystok, Poland, 29 September - 3 October, 1999 Sep 29, 1999-Oct 3, 1999