Heritage and participative conservation

Course description

The objective of the training is acquiring reflective capacities and critic skills over territorial planning strategies and heritage management strategies, with a particular focus on the role of cultural and natural policies social impact. The course will provide tools and skills to reflect on how to strengthen the role of communities in the integrated management of cultural and natural heritage, starting from the valuable concept of regeneration. The training will provide tools for community engagement, lobbysm and public advocacy actions to support the development of methodologies that can foster active citizenship, with the ultimate aim to make international institutions reflections concrete into the Italian sector scenario. In particular the course will aim: -To guide reflection on the democratic value of the dialectics between cultural heritage, environment and society - To facilitate reflection on how to strengthen the role of community on the integrated management of heritage - To promote development of conscious methodologies for active citizenship.

Prerequisites

Graduates and students attending the last year of sector university courses (culture) that have gained professional experiences and professionals with at least 5-year experience. Basic knowledge of English is required.

Course structure

Provider InEuropa srl
Training mode Scheduled online course
Target group Professionals and volunteers working in the field of cultural and environmental heritage, professionals with multi-year experience, young professionals, students that have gained professional experiences.
Difficulty Intermediate
Language Italian
Fee Free
Authors Heleen van Londen, Marjo Schlaman, Andrea Travaglia, Kenneth Aitchison, Doug Rocks-Macqueen, Ben Lewis, Arkadiusz Marciniak, Kornelia Kajda, Luca Baraldi, Lieske de Wilde, Marcial Felgueiras, Miriam Cubas, Mikel Edeso, Barbara Grazzini, Lara Natalini, Francesco Fulvi, Filippo Olari
Contact
ineuropa@ineuropa.info
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