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“Organizing Temporary Exhibitions from your Collections and Touring Strategies” workshop

  The online 3-day workshop on “Organizing Temporary Exhibitions from your Collections and Touring Strategies” took place from 18 to 26 May 2022, and was organized exclusively for Iranian cultural heritage managers. 18 heritage managers from Iran have been trained on how temporary exhibitions can enhance and promote the mission of a cultural organization, create

“Engaging Communities Cultural Heritage” in The Gambia 

On World African Heritage Day, the Heritage Management Organization is happy to announce that 41 heritage and cultural managers in Banjul, Barra and Janjanbureh attended its 3-day “Engaging Communities Cultural Heritage” workshops. “This workshop addresses the needs of the country’s heritage organizations and local groups as they themselves set them out in a survey we

Summer School Stories – Arezoo Khazanbeig

“Engaging Communities in Cultural Heritage” Summer School Arezoo Khazanbeig, Architect With the aim to broaden my knowledge in the field of heritage preservation and to develop further my personal project which is called “Workshop on Regeneration”, I participated in the “Engaging Communities in Cultural Heritage Summer School” offered by HERITΛGE in July 2021. As an

Teach for Future Mentoring Campus on ICT – Bucharest, Romania

Between March 28 and April 1, 2022, ANBPR coordinated the Teach for Future Mentoring Campus on ICT (C4 – Blended mobility for adults regarding the testing and certification of ICT skills and the transfer of best practices within the Center of Excellence in Romania). This activity was attended by 11 adult learners from Romania, 10

Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations

The online 3-day workshop on “Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations” took place from 18 to 20 March 2022. 9 heritage managers from Africa (The Gambia, Rwanda, Zimbabwe. Ethiopia, Kenya and Egypt) have been trained on how to effectively communicate news, initiatives and announcements of their organization and manage communication under crisis. Participants

“Introduction to the General Principles of Cultural Heritage Conservation” workshop

The online 3-day workshop on “Introduction to the General Principles of Cultural Heritage Conservation” took place from 18 to 20 March 2022. 28 heritage managers from Africa (Ethiopia, The Gambia, Ghana, Rwanda, Egypt, Tunisia, Kenya) and from Asia ( Pakistan, Jordan, Nepal, Iran) have been trained on the principles and objectives of conservation and its