08 Jul 2012
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The 36th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in St Petersburg has now closed.  During the meeting the Committee added 26 new sites to UNESCO's World Heritage List - these includ
08 Jul 2012
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ICOMOS has issued the following statement on the situation in Mali: On Saturday 30 June 2012 information was received and verified about the destruction of the Sidi Mahmoud, Sidi Moctar and Alp
05 Jul 2012
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The University of Birmingham (Ironbridge Institute) and National Taiwan University have issued a Call for Papers for a major conference in Taipei in 2013 on Heritage, Tourism and Value.  The d
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05 Jul 2012
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The Cairns Institute has prepared a short 10-question survey on cultural heritage and climate change. This is to identify initiatives that may not be part of existing publications (ie grey literatu
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28 Jun 2012
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ICOMOS-UK Executive Committee member Jim Coulson is hoping to revive the ICOMOS-UK Wood Committee, which has been in abeyance for some while.  It mirrors the ICOMOS International Wood Com
27 Jun 2012
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The UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting in St Petersburg has decided to place the Liverpool World Heritage Site on the List of World Heritage in Danger. This follows a joint UNESCO/ICOMOS React