During the Workshop the following subjects will be discussed: legislation, conservation strategy, integrated conservation, financial policy, cultural tourism, site presentation, environmental preservation, education of experts, education of inhabitants and tourists, involvement of local community, etc.
About 25 participants have been invited to attend this pilot Workshop, including several governmental officials, institutions of Kotor, private representatives, schools, the media and international experts from ICCROM and UNESCO ROSTE. The Workshop is the expression of the Government's determination to address the problems of heritage in Montenegro and is part of the British Council's three-year project on Education and Training in Cultural and Environmental Heritage in Montenegro. It is financed by the Ministry of Culture and Media of Montenegro, the Regional Institute for Heritage Preservation of Kotor and the British Council in Serbia and Montenegro.
The purpose of the Workshop is to gather all stakeholders in the Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor World Heritage site and involve them in the process of site preservation and presentation. It is expected they will understand their responsibilities and play an active role in the process. The MP will give some practical solutions to existing problems of the Site.