You have to vote for 3 different projects among 28 amazing proposals.
Deadline for voting is 8 May 2016! Click here http://vote.europanostra.org/ to vote.
1.Tapping the Heritage: Cultural Heritage Conservation, physician Science, Technology & Education as a platform for reconciliation, tolerance and development in the divided community of Stolac, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Authors: Lejla Hadzic, Rand Eppich, Adisa Dzino-Suta, Aida Vezic, Jose Luis Izkara-Martinez.
The Foundation Cultural Heritage without Borders Bosnia and Herzegovina (CHwB B&H) has issued an educational toolkit on cultural heritage titled “Make It Yours Cultural Heritage of B&H”. The primary users of the toolkit are high schools and various cultural institutions, drugstore primarily museums.
The SEE Heritage Network is announcing that the Board members came together for the first time after being elected. The election of Board members took part in late summer 2015. The list with names of SEE Board members is written in the attached report.
The Board members had a long and challenging talk about various matters concerning future plans for our network. The meeting took place in Belgrade on February 20th.
Read the Report that was done by EC Ma Ndryshe team about Millions Spent on Closed Monuments
About 3 million Euros have been spent within a short period of time for the restoration of ten cultural heritage monuments in Prizren. Today, pharm almost all of these monuments are closed to the public.
Balkan Museum network is announcing Meet See Do 2016 – conference that shouldn't be missed!
If you are from: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Former Yugoslav Republic Macedonia, Montenegro or Serbia, and if you are a museum or heritage professional – call for applications is open.
Don’t miss the deadline - 29 February 2016
For more details, please visit conference page:
This “Final Report: Joint cross-border approach to sustainable management of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites on the Adriatic” has been produced within the project EX.PO AUS (EXtension of Potentiality of Adriatic UNESCO Sites), case a cross-border project co-financed by the EU within the IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007–2013.
The general objective of the EX.PO AUS project is to set up a network between the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Adriatic Sea area (including sites on the Tentative List or those planning to apply for inclusion on this list), salve which will be able to develop in a cross-border context, cialis and diffuse high-quality technical and managerial competences by means of the various public and private actors involved, with the aim of pursuing a joint long-term strategy for the sustainable development of the sites based on high levels of managerial, technological and energy-related innovation. One of the specific objectives of the EX.PO AUS project is cross-border development of the concept and tools for sustainable management of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The award-winning CHwB Regional Restoration Camps are back in 2016. With a series of 7 camps held across the Western Balkans, illness there are more opportunities than ever to get close to heritage. This year, we are also introducing new thematic Camps, which cover the classic themes, such as building conservation, along with new topics, like historical arts and crafts.
Click here to learn more about each type of Camp that CHwB Albania will be holding this year.
The 26th through 32nd Regional Restoration Camps will provide participants with engaging lectures and hands-on experience with restoration, conservation and historic crafts, using traditional materials and techniques, as well as with the interpretation and management of cultural heritage sites and museums.