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  • SESSION 03: HERITAGE & CLIMATE CHANGE

    The UNESCO World Heritage Convention is an important international treaty that has for almost 50 years played a major role in expanding heritage legislation worldwide and identifying and promoting the […]

  • SESSION 06: From singular Heritage to integral categories – From Heritage to Heritage Landscape

    The concept of heritage has had a notable transformation over the last six decades. Conceived in principle to exclusively acknowledge the great masterpieces of architecture and urbanism, Heritage today includes […]

  • SESSION 07: Indigenous Forum #2

    Indigenous Perspectives on Sustainability in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management (with a focus on World Heritage) – Part 2 Athabasca University’s Nukskahtowin (Meeting Place), formerly the Centre for World Indigenous […]

  • SESSION 05: Indigenous Forum #1

    Indigenous Perspectives on Sustainability in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management (with a focus on World Heritage) – Part 1 Athabasca University’s Nukskahtowin (Meeting Place), formerly the Centre for World Indigenous […]

  • SESSION 02: Heritage as a Development Strategy

    The coupling between Heritage preservation and development processes is critical to build up societies that are sustainable, resilient and inclusive. Development processes therefore should be reconfigured in a way to […]

  • SESSION 01: Inaugural Session – OurWorldHeritage and Sustainability

    The UNESCO World Heritage Convention is an important international treaty that has for almost 50 years played a major role in expanding heritage legislation worldwide and identifying and promoting the […]

  • 2021-02-26 TOURISM AND HERITAGE FOR SUSTAINABILITY

    February 26, 2021, 13:00 – 15:00 (UTC) on ZOOM