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  • Prof Sorin Hermon - interview host

First interviews with experts published

The first two videos with experts from organisations working for the 4CH project have been published on the website and can be accessed in the dedicated section. Hosted by Sorin Hermon from the Cyprus Institute, the first video (3:58) is [...]

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Cultural Heritage in the Challenge of Climate Change

In 1982, ICOMOS established 18 April as International Monuments and Sites Day, followed by its adoption by UNESCO at its 22nd General Conference. Each year, on this occasion, ICOMOS proposes a theme for the activities to be organised by its [...]

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The Holy City of Jerusalem, The Holy Sepulchre: A Hands-on Experience

The EDICULA project seeks to promote multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral learning, combining hands-on experiences and theoretical studies. It offers an innovative approach to the safeguarding of built heritage and is part of the wider concepts of heritage preservation and sustainable development [...]

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Summers Schools for CH documentation and interoperability skills

The ARIADNEplus Project is running four Summer Schools aimed at researchers in archaeology and cultural heritage as part of its Transnational Access Programme: Data Stewardship – ADS, University of York, UK. Online on Wednesdays 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th May and 1st [...]

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Recommendation on a common European data space for cultural heritage

On the 10th November, the European Commission published a recommendation on a common European data space for cultural heritage. The recommendation recognises that: The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the strengths and vulnerabilities of the cultural heritage sector and the need [...]