International policies for cultural and natural heritage

Course description

The course is aimed at describing and analysing sector legislative reference documents and international institutions reflections on the integrated heritage (cultural and natural). The path will analyse in a selective way tools and strategies elaborated and implemented by UNESCO, ICOMOS, IUCN, Council of Europe and the European Union to allow sector professionals to align their vision to international standard. In particular the course will aim: -To favour the knowledge of tools and strategies developed by sector bodies -To favour the elaboration of integrated conservation strategies based on long term visions and international policies -To favour the critical analysis of political national, regional, local policies to foster sector democratic dialectics.

Prerequisites

Vocational sector high school diploma (culture or nature) is required. Basic knowledge of English is required.

Provider InEuropa srl
Training mode Scheduled online course
Target group Professionals and volunteers working in the field of cultural and environmental heritage that cooperates with public administrations, religious organizations, etc.
Difficulty Intermediate
Language English
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
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