Icahm/icomos

Icahm/icomos Management of Archaeological Heritage The International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) advises ICOMOS and the World Heritage Committee on matters that pertain to all aspects of the management of archaeological sites and landscapes.

These include formulating and propagating standards and best practices for both archaeological research and cultural resource management.

The #ICCROM-#IUCN World Heritage Leadership programme is seeking 20 participants to take part in an Asian regional cours...
05/03/2021
Asian Regional Course on People-Nature-Culture 2021 | ICCROM

The #ICCROM-#IUCN World Heritage Leadership programme is seeking 20 participants to take part in an Asian regional course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches to Conservation of Nature and Culture

For more info and how to apply ➡️https://bit.ly/3sN2gMz

The People, Nature, Culture course aims at providing an overview of how the management and conservation of heritage places can give them a dynamic and mutually beneficial role in society today and long into the future. This stems from an increasing recognition that heritage places are cared for, use...

Register now for the upcoming Naturecultures Journey of the IUCN Global Youth Forum!
04/02/2021

Register now for the upcoming Naturecultures Journey of the IUCN Global Youth Forum!

The IUCN Global Youth Summit organizes the Naturecultures Journey, a workshop dedicated to young and emerging professionals involved in natural and cultural heritage conservation, in collaboration with ICOMOS, IUCN, ICCROM and the Technical University of Brandenburg (BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg).

The workshop aims at providing young and emerging heritage professionals with an overview of existing nature-culture integrated initiatives, projects and resources led by international organisations involved in the field of heritage and World Heritage.
During the workshop, participants will engage in discussions focused on understanding the needs of young and emerging professionals, identify opportunities for creation of exchanges among different natural and cultural heritage disciplines.

🗓️ April 7 and 9, 2021
⌚️ 17:00-19:00 CET
👉 Use this link to register your profile: https://buff.ly/3sJODhO
👉 Sign up for the sessions using this link: https://buff.ly/3sJODhO

This is a very interesting article celebrating women in archaeology!
03/26/2021
The Untold Stories of Archaeology’s Women

This is a very interesting article celebrating women in archaeology!

Stories of pioneering women in the “digging” sciences have been skewed toward those who were White, wealthy, and networked. The TrowelBlazers project aims to reset our imagination—and our future.

Join this week's ICCROM Online Lecture on integrated heritage management in Spanish!Gestión integrada del patrimonio: co...
03/22/2021
Gestión integrada del patrimonio: conectando a las personas, la naturaleza y la cultura | ICCROM

Join this week's ICCROM Online Lecture on integrated heritage management in Spanish!

Gestión integrada del patrimonio: conectando a las personas, la naturaleza y la cultura - Webinar en Español
25 de marzo 2021, 16:00 - 17:10 (CET, Hora Roma)

Este webinar explicará las actividades principales del Programa de Liderazgo del Patrimonio Mundial, y el marco integrado de gestión del Patrimonio Mundial que vincula la naturaleza y la cultura. Esperamos que los gestores de sitios y los profesionales del patrimonio de la región de América Latina obtengan más información sobre los recursos y las actividades disponibles, para conectarse y participar en nuestras redes.

Moderador: Valerie Magar, ICCROM

Oradores
- Leticia Leitao, Especialista en Patrimonio natural y cultural
- María José Larrondo, Encargada Dirección de Gestión Patrimonial, I. Municipalidad de Valparaíso, Chile
- Maya Ishizawa, Especialista en Patrimonio
- Elena Osipova, Senior Monitoring Officer, Programa de Patrimonio Mundial, UICN

Panelistas
- Luz de Lourdes Herbert, Directora de Patrimonio Mundial del INAH, México
- María Florencia Noya Dive, Coordinadora Comisión Nacional Argentina de Cooperación con la UNESCO, Argentina

https://www.iccrom.org/lecture/gestion-integrada-del-patrimonio-conectando-las-personas-la-naturaleza-y-la-cultura?fbclid=IwAR2r9ubNP5eGdFlwNME_GvP7u_PIg1qpsGf5S-UplVxEMaVuJ8YINDFur9k

Fecha: 25/03/2021 Hora: 16.00 (Roma, Italia) Ubicación: en línea Este webinar explicará las actividades principales del Programa de Liderazgo del Patrimonio Mundial, y el marco integrado de gestión del Patrimonio Mundial que vincula la naturaleza y la cultura. Esperamos que los gestores de sitio...

SAVE THE DATEThe University of Padova (Prof. Alexandra Chavarria) and ICAHM are inviting you to this week's seminar on i...
03/22/2021

SAVE THE DATE

The University of Padova (Prof. Alexandra Chavarria) and ICAHM are inviting you to this week's seminar on interpretation.

"INTERPRETATION - Can it solve all our heritage problems?"
26 March 2021 at 10:30 (Rome time)

Sarah Court is an archaeologist and heritage practitioner who is primarily concerned with the relationships between heritage and society, participatory approaches and interpretation. Her professional practice is mainly based at heritage places in Italy and beyond (Cyprus, Norway, Sri Lanka, UK), but also includes a contribution to ICCROM/IUCN’s World Heritage Leadership Programme.
Sarah is an ICAHM member and she coordinates the Italian ICOMOS-ICIP working group.

No registration needed. You can use this link to access the room: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/3345575849

SAVE THE DATE

The University of Padova (Prof. Alexandra Chavarria) and ICAHM are inviting you to this week's seminar on interpretation.

"INTERPRETATION - Can it solve all our heritage problems?"
26 March 2021 at 10:30 (Rome time)

Sarah Court is an archaeologist and heritage practitioner who is primarily concerned with the relationships between heritage and society, participatory approaches and interpretation. Her professional practice is mainly based at heritage places in Italy and beyond (Cyprus, Norway, Sri Lanka, UK), but also includes a contribution to ICCROM/IUCN’s World Heritage Leadership Programme.
Sarah is an ICAHM member and she coordinates the Italian ICOMOS-ICIP working group.

No registration needed. You can use this link to access the room: https://unipd.zoom.us/j/3345575849

02/20/2021

ICOMOS is looking for a full-time Administrative Assistant (Bilingual English-French) to start April/May 2021 at its International Secretariat in Charenton-le-Pont, France.

View the full job description and requirements here: https://bit.ly/37uEf4R

Extended Deadline!The abstract submission deadline for the 2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage Management...
01/18/2021

Extended Deadline!
The abstract submission deadline for the 2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage Management: towards a people-centred approach', has been extended until 15 February 2021.

http://icahm.icomos.org/2021-icahm-annual-meeting/

Extended Deadline!
The abstract submission deadline for the 2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage Management: towards a people-centred approach', has been extended until 15 February 2021.

http://icahm.icomos.org/2021-icahm-annual-meeting/

Deadline Approaching! – Only 10 days left to submit your abstract to the 2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting. Deadline is 15 Janua...
01/05/2021

Deadline Approaching! – Only 10 days left to submit your abstract to the 2021 ICAHM Annual Meeting. Deadline is 15 January.

📅 REGISTER for the upcoming ICAHM webinar on "Archaeological Heritage and Tourism" On 15 November 2020 join Eulalie Duln...
11/10/2020

📅 REGISTER for the upcoming ICAHM webinar on "Archaeological Heritage and Tourism"

On 15 November 2020 join Eulalie Dulnuan, Dr. Kelli Swazey, Dr. Lawrence S. Coben, Boboi Costas in a conversation on tourism moderated by Dr. John Peterson, president of ICOMOS ICAHM.

The webinar will tackle archaeological places and tourism in relation to local empowerment, community-based tourism, spirituality and the Covid-19 pandemic.

REGISTER NOW AND JOIN US THE CONVERSATION!

Register for this webinar at:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlcO6sqTwiHdWemSThAmgdML80kpHNL6ic

Join ICAHM in this week's conversation about authenticity!Register for the upcoming ICAHM webinar and explore the concep...
10/19/2020

Join ICAHM in this week's conversation about authenticity!

Register for the upcoming ICAHM webinar and explore the concept of authenticity together with professionals from around the world.
We will discuss Authenticity together with James L. Flexner, (University of Sydney), Michael Jansen (RTWH Aachen University) and Ndukuyakhe Ndlovu (University of Pretoria).

Join the conversation and share your experience!

REGISTER NOW via https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0oce-sqjooGdW3R1b726axhh8sdmTo9YFz

International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
05/14/2020

International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)

ICOMOS Emerging Professionals Working Group (EPWG) is hosting a webinar on the CultureNature Journey.

Date: 16 May 2020, 12:00 - 14:00 Paris Time

Representatives from ICOMOS, ICCROM and IUCN will provide their inputs.

CLICK TO REGISTER
In English: https://forms.gle/4EbdaA7tatH8uusp9
In French: https://forms.gle/mE9ovvJbt55jU3paA
In Spanish: https://forms.gle/jQUPg747FbHvu6HQ7
In Russian: https://forms.gle/dNXgt6SvoCmfMtwt8

FACEBOOK EVENT CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/235757274538701/

New training opportunity for professionals interested in impact assessment!#WorldHeritage #impactassessment #heritageman...
02/12/2020
Training Course on Impact Assessments for World Heritage | ICCROM

New training opportunity for professionals interested in impact assessment!

#WorldHeritage #impactassessment #heritagemanagement

The 2020 Training Course on Impact Assessments for World Heritage will introduce the updated Guidance on Impact Assessment for World Heritage, which has been prepared by the three Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Convention, ICOMOS, ICCROM and IUCN, in partnership with the UNESCO World Heritage...

2 weeks left to register for the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards th...
10/17/2019
icahm.icomos.org

2 weeks left to register for the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards the Sustainable Management of Landscapes', 3 – 6 December, Arica, Chile.

Register before November 1st and don't miss any of this year's presentations and talks, including an ICAHM Mentoring Workshop on World Heritage Site Reviews hosted by Grant Gilmore (ICHAM Expert Member), Mario Ferrada (ICOMOS Chile), Said Alsalmi (ICOMOS Oman) and Toshiyuki Kono (ICOMOS International)!
http://icahm.icomos.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/ICAHM-Workshop-on-World-Heritage-Site-Reviews.pdf

The 2019 ICAHM Meeting will also feature a series of wonderful pre-conference events between 29 November and 2 December, free of charge for registered participants, including:
* 2-day site visit to Humberstone and Santa Laura, WHS, Iquique, and the Geoglyphs in Pintados
* 1-day excursion to the Qhapaq Nan segment, World Heritage Site, in Socoroma and the Valley of Lluta, the Chinchorro sites in Camarones Valley or the archaeological sites and museum in Azapa Valley
* International Seminar “Conservation and sustainable development of the archaeological heritage at the World Heritage Sites of Chile”

More information: http://icahm.icomos.org/2019-icahm-annual-meeting-chile/

We hope to welcome you in Arica!

Are you joining ICOMOS #ICAHM in Chile for our Annual Assembly? Here is something for you! Check out the preliminary pro...
09/02/2019

Are you joining ICOMOS #ICAHM in Chile for our Annual Assembly?

Here is something for you! Check out the preliminary programme of the assembly and don't miss any of this year's presentations and talks.

We can't wait to see you all in Chile!

#archeologicalheritage #heritagemanagement #icomos #icomosicahm #heritage #chile

Find more at http://icahm.icomos.org/

ICCROM has announced a call for applications for the 2019 Asian Regional Course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches t...
07/22/2019
Asian Regional Course on People-Nature-Culture 2019 | ICCROM

ICCROM has announced a call for applications for the 2019 Asian Regional Course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches to Conservation of Nature and Culture (PNC19).

The course will take place in Sri Lanka in November 2019.

The course aims at contributing towards the new paradigm shift ‘from the care of heritage to that of pursuing the wellbeing of both heritage (natural and cultural) and society as a whole’. The goal is to strengthen understanding of people and communities as a core component of heritage management among those involved in heritage management, thus ensuring that natural and cultural heritage have a dynamic and mutually beneficial role in society today and long into the future.

Find more information at https://www.iccrom.org/courses/asian-regional-course-people-nature-culture-2019 and apply until August 30, 2019

Climate change is threatening archaeological sites all around. In recent years a new methodology has been developed: Cli...
07/19/2019
Climate Risk Assessment for the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site

Climate change is threatening archaeological sites all around. In recent years a new methodology has been developed: Climate Change Vulnerability Index, which is applied to rapidly assess climate impacts to values and communities.

The methodology was tested at the Scottish World Heritage Site of Heart of Neolithic Orkney.

https://www.historicenvironment.scot/archives-and-research/publications/publication/?publicationId=c6f3e971-bd95-457c-a91d-aa77009aec69

An application of the Climate Vulnerability Index

We would like to thank everybody who submitted an abstract to the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting #ICAHM2019.  Abstract submis...
06/17/2019
Chile – Registration – ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management

We would like to thank everybody who submitted an abstract to the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting #ICAHM2019. Abstract submission is now closed and we have received over 60 abstracts from more than 20 different countries!

We would like to draw your attention to the approaching deadline of EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION which is by Sunday 30 June (midnight CEST). After this, the price will go up to the full rate. To register, please go to the conference website: http://icahm.icomos.org/chile-registration/

Important conference dates:
Early Bird registration deadline: 30 June
Registration deadline for presenting authors: 1 July Registration Deadline: 1 November

For more information about the scientific program, registration, accommodations, traveling to Arica and tours, please visit our conference website.

We hope to welcome you in Arica in December!

On World Environment Day we should raise awareness on the important role played by cultural heritage sites in fighting c...
06/05/2019
Cultural heritage has a lot to teach us about climate change

On World Environment Day we should raise awareness on the important role played by cultural heritage sites in fighting climate change!

Read "Cultural heritage has a lot to teach us about climate change" by Cathy Daly, Jane Downes and William Megarry.

https://theconversation.com/cultural-heritage-has-a-lot-to-teach-us-about-climate-change-103266?fbclid=IwAR0RQmdL7zWQIcfCHWq-WvoEPR8Mx0sQtIe8NGl5NUyhzvJES37_n1nOG08

While extreme weather conditions represent a considerable challenge globally, some communities have been living with (and adapting to) similar events for centuries.

One day left to submit abstracts to the 2019 ICOMOS #ICAHM Annual Meeting. This year's themes will focus on "#Archaeolog...
05/05/2019
2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting, Chile – ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management

One day left to submit abstracts to the 2019 ICOMOS #ICAHM Annual Meeting.
This year's themes will focus on "#Archaeological Heritage and #WorldHeritage Sites: Towards Sustainable Management of Landscapes". The meeting will take place from 3 – 6 December 2019 in Arica, Chile.

Submit your abstract today (and tomorrow!) and join us in Arica!

The annual meeting is organised by #ICOMOSChile, ICOMOS #ICAHM, Colegio Arqueólogos de Chile A.G. and #WhincopArchaeology

http://icahm.icomos.org/2019-icahm-annual-meeting-chile/?fbclid=IwAR3kOlNKZ2z9O8lJWzBbZuhV8c5wOhTRWPXTbXshGM8oJzgQ6ti5oheDxpY

2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting, Chile Spanish version Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards Sustainable Management of Landscapes 3 – 6 December 2019, Arica, Chile In 2019, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) is proud to announ...

Final Reminder – Only 3 Days to Abstract Submission Deadline2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting - Archaeological Heritage and Worl...
04/29/2019
2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting, Chile – ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management

Final Reminder – Only 3 Days to Abstract Submission Deadline

2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting - Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards the Sustainable Management of Landscapes

3 – 6 December, Arica, Chile

Conference themes:
1. Indigenous Archaeologies in Latin America: Archaeologists, Archaeology and Indigenous Peoples
2. The role of States, communities and experts in the conservation and management of the cultural and archaeological heritage of the Andean peoples of northern Chile
3. Processes of plundering and restitution of archaeological and anthropological collections
4. Public Archaeology and First Peoples (Indigenous) Communities
5. Competing Values: Bioethics in Practice within Archaeological and Anthropological Research

Important conference dates:
Abstract submission deadline: 6 May
Acceptance of papers and posters: 15 May
Early Bird registration deadline: 30 June
Registration deadline for presenting authors: 1 July
Registration Deadline: 1 November

For more information about the conference program, registration, conference tours and traveling to Arica, please visit our conference website: http://icahm.icomos.org/2019-icahm-annual-meeting-chile/

We hope to welcome you in Arica in December!

The Organizing Committee

Extended Deadline!The abstract submission deadline for the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage and World ...
04/15/2019
2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting, Chile – ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management

Extended Deadline!

The abstract submission deadline for the 2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting 'Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards the Sustainable Management of Landscapes', 3-6 December, Arica, Chile, has been extended until 6 May 2019.

Conference themes:

* Indigenous Archaeologies in Latin America: Archaeologists, Archaeology and Indigenous Peoples
* The role of States, communities and experts in the conservation and management of the cultural and archaeological heritage of the Andean peoples of northern Chile
* Processes of plundering and restitution of archaeological and anthropological collections
* Public Archaeology and First Peoples (Indigenous) Communities
* Competing Values: Bioethics in Practice within Archaeological and Anthropological Research

Important conference dates:
Abstract submission deadline: 6 May
Acceptance of papers and posters: 15 May
Early Bird registration deadline: 30 June
Registration deadline for presenting authors: 1 July
Pre-conference tour booking deadline: 1 July
Post-conference tour booking deadline: 15 July
Registration Deadline: 1 November

For more information about the conference program, registration, conference tours and traveling to Arica, please visit our conference website: http://icahm.icomos.org/2019-icahm-annual-meeting-chile/

2019 ICAHM Annual Meeting, Chile Spanish version Archaeological Heritage and World Heritage Sites: Towards Sustainable Management of Landscapes 3 – 6 December 2019, Arica, Chile In 2019, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) is proud to announ...

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The functions of ICAHM are as follows: - To establish, promulgate, and encourage adherence to high standards and best practices for a) management of archaeological sites and resources, b) archaeological research, and c) aspects of cultural resource management; - To develop and enhance a network of professional archaeologists and archaeological site managers for the purpose of transmitting theoretical and practical skills and encouraging high standards and best practices for a) management of archaeological sites and resources, b) archaeological research, and c) aspects of cultural resource management; - To organize conferences and workshops, to produce publications, websites, and other mechanisms utilizing a variety of media to promulgate high standards and best practices for a) management of archaeological sites and resources, b) archaeological research, and c) aspects of cultural resource management; - To provide the best qualified ICAHM Expert Members for desk audits and site visits to archaeological sites that have been nominated for inscription on the World Heritage List; - To provide the best qualified ICAHM Expert Members for monitoring of the conditions of archaeological sites that are inscribed on the World Heritage List; - To encourage the nomination of appropriate archaeological sites to the World Heritage List, and to assist in nominations by contributing to comparative studies and giving advice about the preparation of nomination dossiers, management plans or other relevant steps

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