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  Progress Report 2005 (short version)

  Activities of the UNESCO Chair in Heritage Studies

Name Progress Report 2005 (short version)
Short Description Activities of the UNESCO Chair in Heritage Studies
Long Description Major Activities:
  • Launch of MA in World Heritage Studies within the European Union’s SOCRATES/ERASMUS framework.
  • Launch of an EU-Australia Pilot Co-operation in Higher Education “Sharing Our Heritages” with four European and four Australian Universities.
  • Elaboration of Management Plans for World Heritage Sites “Kloster Lorsch” and “Grube Messel” by post graduate students in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of the State of Hesse.
  • Research project partnerships towards the development of multidisciplinary strategies for conservation and use of heritage sites in Asia and Europe (MUMA);
  • Attendance at national and international conferences and meetings related to the preservation and protection of World Heritage sites.
  • Inter-university exchanges, of note towards the establishment of a Teaching Centre for Cultural Heritage in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the EC ASIA-LINK partnership with universities in Spain, India and China.
Author(s) Dr Marie-Theresia Albert
File germany 628.pdf
Date of publication April 2007
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