By Dr Cornelis Stal Spatial data play a crucial role in archaeological research, and orthophotos, digital elevation models, and 3D models are frequently used for the mapping, documentation, and monitoring of archaeological sites. Over the last couple of decades, thanks to the availability of compact and low-cost uncrewed airborne vehicles also known as drones or
HERITΛGE’s three-day online workshop on “Interpretive writing for natural and cultural heritage” took place from 27 to 29 January 2023. It was delivered by Steven Richards-Price. 11 Heritage Managers from Africa (Ghana, Kenya, Rwanda), Asia (Turkey) and Europe (Greece, Serbia) were trained in writing effective heritage interpretive text that captures and holds the reader’s attention.
HERITΛGE is now inviting applications for the position of Head, European Projects. The successful applicant will have experience and demonstrable success in writing and/or coordinating applications for grants under EU programmes such as Horizon Europe or earlier Research Framework Programmes (RFP), Creative Europe, Erasmus+, INTPA/EuropeAid, Interreg, and the structural funds. Experience in the cultural
$5 million grant to strengthen HERITΛGE programs, including $1 million in small grants to organizations in Africa and a $450,000 fellowship program for heritage leaders The Heritage Management Organization (HERITΛGE) joins forces with the Mellon Foundation to strengthen its country-specific programs and fund initiatives that link heritage with socio-economic impact, developing the capacity of local
We bid farewell to 2022 with our top 10 highlights of the year. HERITΛGE was honored to take active part in the 6th African Union – European Union Summit that was held in Brussels from 14 to 18 February 2022. In collaboration with the African Union and the UN Economic Commission for Africa, HERITΛGE organized
The three-day online workshop on “Project Management for Cultural Heritage Managers” took place from 9 to 11 December 2022. 12 cultural heritage managers from Asia (Lebanon, Nepal, Turkey), Europe (France, Greece) and Africa (Libya, Kenya, Namibia, Zimbabwe, South Africa) received training on the skills needed to become a well-organised project manager. During all three days of the workshop the