In October 2022, the Culture in Crisis Programme in partnership with the International National Trusts Organisation, the National Trust for Scotland and V&A Dundee convened a major international conference, in Dundee, Scotland.
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ICOM has launched the Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk – Ukraine in an effort to help protect endangered cultural heritage of Ukraine for future generations in light of the recent invasion by Russian forces.
The Victoria and Albert Museum’s Culture in Crisis Programme, in partnership with the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester are pleased to announce an international conference scheduled for 28th February 2023, exploring the past and present risks of military conflict to heritage.
- Venue: Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre, The Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London
Join us online to hear from Dr Kateryna Goncharova, Ukrainian Heritage Crisis Specialist at the World Monuments Fund, about the Russian military invasion and its impact on Ukrainian Heritage today.
- Venue: Zoom
ICOM UK in collaboration with the Ukrainian Institute London, Ukrainian Institute in Kyiv and ICOM Ukraine presents a series of online lunchtime discussions about the destruction of global cultural heritage and how museum and heritage professionals can help.
This online event will explore the traditions of craft heritage in India, as well as the significance of contemporary production in the country today.
- Venue: Zoom
A SEACHA Conference hosted by The Siam Society Under Royal Patronage
- Venue: The Siam Society
Stolen Afghan manuscripts have been coming up for sale at major auction houses, according to research group
The Himaya project based in Qatar has been working with Interpol to identify artefacts trafficked to London, Paris and Amsterdam
Publication: Strengthening cultural heritage resilience for climate change. Where the European Green Deal meets cultural heritage
This report summarises the work of the EU Open Method of Coordination (OMC) group of Member States’ experts on ‘Strengthening cultural heritage resilience for climate change’. It is based on the discussions and information, provided and approved by the members of the OMC expert group, in the meetings during 2021 – 2022, in addition to presentations given by the invited external experts. In their report, the OMC expert group formulates a set of key recommendations for policy makers, based on their findings.