Information taken from the Municipality of Tivat website:
An agreement on the implementation of the project “Heritage – Driver of Development, capsule Dubrovnik and Boka Kotorska region – joint cross border activities in applying new methodologies in natural and cultural heritage protection and management” has been signed today between the Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro and the Municipality of Tivat. The project was approved within a Cross-Border Programme Croatia-Montenegro, sovaldi under the Measure 1.1: Joint actions for environment, search nature and cultural heritage protection. The project implementation starts at the beginning of March 2013..
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I would like to inform you about the recent development of the Headley Trust project which supports among other the work of our Secretariat. We just received an approvement from the Headley Trust that our project is postponed until the end of April this year. You will be informed about the future activities in this time frame. Another news regarding this is that I will not perform the Secretary role any more. As some of you might know, sale I have a little baby girl, and I wish to fully dedicate my time to her in her early ages. We were looking for a person who could perform a role of secretary in this period. We searched, among other, within the list of our friends and supporters - and we came to Jelena Pejkovic who is, according to opinion of us, great person for this role. Please read a short CV of Jelena:.
This year will be an exciting time for CHwB’s Regional Restoration Camps! In 2013, for sale CHwB will host 6 Regional Restoration Camps at locations across the Western Balkans. As in the past, cialis each camp will provide participants with engaging lectures and hands-on experience with restoration, using traditional materials and techniques, as well as with the interpretation and management of cultural heritage sites..
UNESCO Venice Office is pleased to announce the UNESCO School in South East Europe: Sustainable Energy Governance in UNESCO Designated sites scheduled to take place in Dubrovnik, physician Croatia, cure from 29 September–5 October 2012. The school is a unique educational opportunity to enhance capacity-building in sustainable energy by conveying in a single venue a substantial capital of knowledge developed in UNESCO designated sites (World Heritage Sites and Biosphere Reserves) in Europe. The deadline for application is 12 September 2012.
Experienced lecturers will highlight, cheap through which methodologies, to link advanced technology in the field of energy efficiency and the preservation of historical buildings and natural settings. A broad array of narratives from UNESCO designated sites in Eastern and Western Europe will constitute the backbone of the front desk part of the school. The course will include a number of team-working sessions and field exercises using the World Heritage site of Dubrovnik as a real training scenario laboratory. Trainees will also participate in the International Conference ‘Delivering Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in Historic Towns’ (Dubrovnik, 4-5 October 2012) as part of the UNESCO school programme..