UNESCO Chair Program on Cultural Heritage and Risk Management: International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage 2014 Recent disasters in North East of Japan and Christchurch in New Zealand as well as destructive earthquakes that hit Haiti and Chile in 2010 have caused enormous loss of life, property and cultural heritage. This disaster has once again shown ...
Celebrate International Archaeology Day in 2014! The Archaeological Institute of America invites you to join us this year on 18 October (although events can be scheduled throughout the month of October) by hosting an archaeologically themed event in your community. Participation is open to all archaeological and historical organizations and institutions around the world.  Last year, 375 ...
The Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) is an updated heritage management approach based on the recognition and identification of a layering and interconnection of values – natural and cultural, tangible and intangible, international as well as local – present in any city. It is also based on the need to integrate the different disciplines for the analysis and planning of the urban conservation ...
Applications are now being accepted for a new online Professional Master Degree in the Management of African World Heritage at the Institute of African Research & Studies (IARS) of Cairo University. This two-year Degree, entirely by e-learning and in English, focuses on World Heritage in African and Arab countries and is targeted towards young heritage professionals working at World ...
The Course According to the Emergency Events database EM-DAT, from 2000-2012, around 2.9 billion people were adversely affected by disasters caused by natural hazards (e.g., earthquakes, floods, storms etc.). Another 1.5 billion people are living in countries afflicted with civil strife and violent conflicts, states the World Development Report of 2011. The resultant damage and loss to life ...
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