Warsaw Recommendation Introduction to Heritage Recovery Online Workshop Session

22 November 2022

The Warsaw Recommendation on Recovery and Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage was developed at the conference entitled The Challenges of World Heritage Recovery held in Warsaw in May 2018. The event was attended by more than 200 participants representing all UNESCO regions. For the first time, in the capital of Poland, representatives of UNESCO, ICOMOS, ICCROM, UNISDR, the World Bank, and the Global Alliance for Urban Crises, met to discuss challenges in reconstruction and recovery of cultural heritage damaged in the result of natural disasters or conflict.

The Warsaw Recommendation has consolidated an approach to recovery viewed as a social process. It integrates the issues of cultural heritage preservation into the discourse on development, and takes a stance in the debate concerning remembrance.

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre, The Polish Support Center for Culture in Ukraine at the National Institute of Cultural Heritage, with the assistance and co-operation of both Polands Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, and ICCROM invites you to join an online session The Warsaw Recommendation Introduction to Heritage Recovery. The workshop will be held in 3 sessions focusing on case studies, regional and institutional cooperation, as well as challenges and opportunities in digitzation, documentation or holistic approach to heritage recovery. The event will be attended by experts from UNESCO, ICCROM, Marche Polytechnic University and the National Institute of Cultural Heritage.

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Title: The Warsaw Recommendation Introduction to Heritage Recovery
Time: 24 November 2022, 9.30-13.30 (CET)
Language: English
Participation in the webinar is free of charge but requires registration. The link to the meeting will be sent by e-mail upon registration.

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Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/warsaw-recommendation-introduction-to-heritage-recovery-online-workshop-session