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2014 Training on Heritage Impact Assessments
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Date
October 13– 24, 2014

Venue
Thang Long Citadel – Ha Noi, Viet Nam
Ha Long Bay – Quang Ninh, Viet Nam

Change to Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China

Organizers
• World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and the Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO, Shanghai Centre (WHITRAP, Shanghai)
• International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM)

 

Objectives
• To provide participants with the knowledge on management requirements for World Heritage Sites
• To discuss reporting and monitoring requirements including State of Conservation reports and their implications to State Parties.
• To provide the current knowledge and skills of using impact assessment as a tool for evaluating impacts from various factors affecting heritage in general and world heritage sites in particular.
• To provide understanding of the knowledge (such as the legal frameworks) to initiate/improve heritage impact assessments in respective countries of the participants.
• To promote the exchange of experiences and information among participants and the institutions.

Application
Please fill the Application Form and send it together with the following materials by email or mail to the contact address below:
• A full professional curriculum vitae;
• A 500 – 750 word report which includes the descriptions of the property/ World Heritage Site and an indication of potential development/tourism/infrastructure activities that in your view could threaten the values/OUV of the site.
Alternatively, you can present a 500-750 word report on your experience of conducting/participating in an impact assessment study.
• A Recommendation letter.

Contact
Ms. Hong LI, whitrap.lh@gmail.com
Tel: 0086 21 65987687 ext. 8010

Application Deadlines: June 1, 2014. [Expired]

More information please download  Appendix 1 Announcement updated 201406

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