Summer school - the call is open

2015-05-04 - 2015-05-31
International summer training programme is addressed to the staff of conservation and preservation services as well as institutions of culture and non-governmental institutions involved in the protection of heritage. Its primary objective is to exchange experiences and good practices in the field of management and preservation of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. So far, fifth editions of the course focusing on the issues of UNESCO sites management have been organised in the Czech Republic, Poland, the Slovak Republic and Hungary.

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The course takes 6 days, from July 13 to 19 and is run by the ICC within the framework provided by the Panel of Experts on Cultural Heritage – representatives of the ministries of culture of the Visegrad countries. The permanent partners of the project are: the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, the Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic, as well as the Gyula Forster National Centre for Cultural Heritage Management in Budapest.

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