ICCROM Training Opportunities

First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis (FAC) 2019

11 November – 5 December 2019

Place: Rome, Italy

Deadline to apply: 31 May 2019

Conservation and Management of Wooden Structures 2019

4 September – 3 October 2019

Place: Nara, Japan

 Deadline to apply: 14 June 2019

RE-ORG India International Workshop – Becoming a RE-ORG coach!

5 – 17 August 2019

Place: Vadadora (Baroda), Gujarat, India

Deadline to apply: 15 May 2019

Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation in Asia-Pacific

24 September – 4 October 2019

Place: Tsukuba, Japan

Deadline to apply: 6 May 2019

What’s new 

Guide to Risk Management now in French

In today’s world, cultural heritage institutions must strive to be accountable, transparent and participatory, spending resources effectively while balancing needs of the community with those of the future.

Notre-Dame de Paris

ICCROM is shocked and saddened by the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, and extends its heartfelt sympathy and solidarity with Parisians, the French people and the Catholic Church at this tragic time. It is a terrible loss for the world.

Annual Donor’s meeting for World Heritage Leadership

On 11 April 2019, the Annual Donor’s Meeting for the World Heritage Leadership Programme took place at the Ministry of Climate and Environment in Oslo, Norway.

The Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment hosted the donor’s meeting this year together with ICCROM, IUCN and the Directorate for Cultural Heritage (Riksantikvaren).

Alain Godonou made Director of Museums of Benin national heritage agency

In September 2018, Alain Godonou, a long-time ICCROM collaborator, was appointed Director of the Museums Programme of the Agence Nationale de promotion des Patrimoines et du Tourisme (ANPT) of Benin. This position is attached to the Presidency of the Republic.

Fire risk management for cultural heritage – International seminar

Fire is a major hazard affecting cultural heritage assets around the world. Although it may seem a ‘rare event’ from a single institution’s perspective, large fires can become routine when considering the total heritage of a nation. Furthermore, their impact is typically catastrophic, causing total or almost total loss in the affected cultural property.

Field school on the conservation of mosaics in-situ in Byblos, Lebanon

ICCROM-Sharjah, in partnership with the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) and the Directorate General of Antiquities (DGA) in Lebanon, is organizing a field school on the conservation of mosaics in-situ in Byblos, Lebanon.


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