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Dates for your Diary          


31st August 2016 Berlin, Germany.Expert Workshop "THE EUROPEAN CITY AND ITS HERITAGE - HISTORICAL LAYERS OF THE EUROPEAN CITY".The workshop is organised by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety and the German Cultural Heritage Committee. For more details contact nicola.halder-hass@complangmbh.de

22-24 September 2016 Dubrovnik,Croatia. The Best in Heritage. 2016 sees the 15th edition of the Best in Heritage awards which takes place in the Unesco World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik. For more information contact info@bestinheritage.com


 

 

 

Past Events

17th March 2016 Treviso,Italy. Life+Perht Project Final Conference. The Life+Perht project holds its final conference "Smart Mobility in Small and Mid-Size European Towns in the historic town of Treviso, Italy on March 17th. Go to the project website www.perht-lifeplus.org for details and the conference programme.

18th April 2016 Brussels, Belgium. European Heritage Alliance 3.3. The next meeting of the European Heritage alliance will take place in Brussels on Monday 18th April.

19-20 April 2016 Brussela, Belgium. The European Culture Forum organised by the European Commission takes place 19-20 April in Brussels. For details visit the Commission's website.

16-19 May 2016 Prague, Czech Republic. 7th Annual Conference on Heritage Issues in Contemporary Society. The three day conference "Nature and Culture: Heritage in Context"explores the link between nature and culture in an interconnected series of events designed to highlight different ways of thinking about heritage, nature and their interface.

21-24 May 2016 Mechelen, Belgium. International conference "Heritage Interpretation for The Future of Europe". For details and registration visit the conference website www.interpreteuropeconference.net

 

4 -6 November 2015, Copenhagen and Malmö  Denmark/Sweden. “Living Cities – sustainable growth and quality of life”.  This year’s Eurocities annual conference will focus on “living cities – sustainable urban growth and quality of life” where participants will explore new ways of promoting sustainable economic growth, creating jobs and improving quality of life for citizens. Contact the coordinator at sinead.mullins@eurocities.eu for more information.

29 October 2015, Delft Netherlands. “The Future of the Historic Urban Core”.  As part of the SHUC project there will be a 1 day conference held on the 29 October at the University of Technology Delft, where the project final outcomes will be presented. For more information on the conference and to register click here. www.heritageportal.eu

28 September-2 October 2015, Grenada Spain. Digital Heritage International Congress 2015. A world congress of leading international societies, organisations and events involved in and around IT for heritage. Visit the website www.digitalheritage2015.org for more information

24-26 September 2015, Dubrovnik Croatia. “Best in Heritage” conference. The 14th edition of the Best in Heritage awards conference will take place in the World Heritage City of Dubrovnik and will showcase the work of the final 28 selected projects. The conference is organised in partnership with Europa Nostra, under special patronage of |ICOM and under the patronage of the City of Dubrovnik.

 For further information, the conference programme and on-line registration follow the link www.thebestinheritage.com/conference/programme

 

22-23 June 2015, Marseille France.  INTERREG MED Programme Kick Off event – “Global challenges, Mediterranean solutions. Decision making and concrete actions”. This event will be the occasion for the INTERREG MED programme to officially launch the 2014-2020 programming period and to discuss innovative solutions offered by Mediterranean cooperation to tackle global challenges. Visit the website www.programmemed.eu for information on the event.

10-14 June 2015, Oslo Norway.  European Heritage Congress 2015. 

The 2015 congress will incorporate the European Heritage awards ceremony which will take place on 11 June in Oslo City Hall internationally renowned for hosting the Nobel prize ceremony. One of the main events of the congress will be the presentation of the conclusions of the cooperation project “Cultural Heritage Counts for Europe”

Visit WebLink for more information

 

27-29 May 2015, Istanbul Turkey. INTERTRAFFIC 2015. The 7th edition of INTERTRAFFIC will take place in Istanbul, Turkey and will bring together professionals in infrastructure, ITS/traffic management, safety and parking from countries around the globe. In 2014 more than 200 exhibitors from more than 30 countries presented their products and services once again proving INTERTRAFFIC to be the leading traffic technology event.

3-6 February 2015. Leuven, Belgium. “Heritage Counts” - International Conference on the economic, social environmental and cultural impact of immovable heritage. The annual Thematic Week of the Raymond Lemaire International Centre for Conservation (KU Leuven) will be held at Kasteelpark Arenberg from 3 to 6 February 2015 and will be dealing with the economic, social, environmental and cultural impact of immovable heritage.

Click here for more information.

environment professionals and stakeholders.

For more information, and to register, contact Chloé Campo de Montauzon at chloe.campo@assofrance-patrimoinemondial.org  

 

 

 

 

 

 


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