Editions

Editions

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.

2019

The tenth edition of the course took place on July 8-14, 2019. The theme was the management of UNESCO World Heritage sites dealing with the problem of overtourism, with a special focus put on the example of Český Krumlov.

2018

The ninth edition of the course took place on July 9-15, 2018. The program was devoted to the heritage of the Reformation, and the main focus of interest was the protection and management of the Peace Church in Świdnica and its extensive archives. Within the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, the number of participants was increased to 30 - Ukraine, Belarus and Germany also had their representation, apart from the Visegrad countries.

2016

In 2016 (27.06 – 3.07), the programme was held for the eighth time, and its central theme was the management of locations entered on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The main subject this year was the heritage of Hungary, notably the Benedictine Abbey of Pannonhalma (visual integrity and buffer zone issues).

2015

In July 13–19, 2015, the programme held for the seventh time, and its central theme will be the management of locations entered on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The main subject this year will be the heritage of Slovakia, notably Banská Štiavnica.

2014

The dition was exclusively devoted (as iin previous year – when the sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska was the study case), to one of Czech UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Historic Centre of Telč. The course which comprises a study tour and meetings with experts and persons responsible for the management of this particular cultural heritage site took place from 7th to 13th July, 2014. 

2013

The edition was exclusively devoted to one of Polish UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. The course which comprises a study tour and meetings with experts and persons responsible for the management of this particular cultural heritage site took place from 14th to 17th June.
The documentation regarding management principles of the Polish WH Sites has been found incomplete. Because of that, it has been decided to develop, within the programme of the course, a part of the management plan for the Kalwarian site, as a recommendation.

2012

The edition was exclusively devoted to the UNESCO World Heritage sites located in Hungary, while preservation of cultural landscape will be the course’s major theme. The course which comprises of study tours and meetings with experts and managers of cultural heritage sites took place from July 9 to July 16 in both Poland and Hungary.
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