Domestic Training Course on Historic Urban Landscapes (HUL)
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It is noted that the International Forum on World Cultural Landscapes with the associated 2nd Annual Meeting of Union for Conservation of Historic Urban Landscape is to be held from November 5 to 7 in Hangzhou, China. To facilitate some trainee`s participation in the above conference and upon discussion with the conference host, the training course of WHITRAP Shanghai has been rescheduled to November 8 to 12, 2013. Please kindly be noted.


The domestic training course on Historic Urban Landscapes (HUL) is to be held in November 2013.
It will last for 4 full days and include 7 modules:
1. Historic Urban Landscape: Concept and Approach
2. The World Heritage Convention and Origins of HUL
3. HUL Action Plan: Essential Steps and Toolkit Design
4. World Heritage and Sustainable Development
5. World Heritage Site Management
6. Sustainable Tourism
7. Presentations and Roundtable

This course will be taught by international and Chinese lecturers combined, and the specific time and venue will be updated on the WHITRAP official website (www.whitr-ap.org) in the middle of September 2013. The background of this course please refer to the attached documents.
If any inquiry, please feel free to contact us.

Contact: Mrs. LIU Zhen, E-mail: whitrap.training@gmail.com, Tel: +86-21-65987687 ext. 8003.


For more information, please visit:


No. Name Content Language Download
1 Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape.pdf Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, including a glossary of definitions English
2 Announcement for WHITRAP's Domestic Training Course on HUL.pdf Announcement English
3 2011年联合国教科文组织《关于历史性城镇景观的建议书》在亚太地区的实施(Ron VAN OERS & 周俭 撰).pdf Implementation (Editor: Ron vs ZHOU Jian) English
4 Swahili Historic Urban Landscapes.pdf English
5 最新培训日程.pdf 培训日程安排 中文
6 教师授课讲义概要.pdf 讲义概要 中文
7 最新师资简介.pdf 师资简介 中文
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