Call for Nominations: Jacques Dalibard Award

ICOMOS Canada calls upon its members and friends to put nominations forward for the Jacques Dalibard Award by August 1st 2021. Interested parties should submit the nomination package to: secretariat@canada.icomos.org. The Jacques Dalibard Award was created as a tribute to Jacques … Read More

ICOMOS Canada is hiring!

Position: Student Policy Analyst Term Duration: 3 months with possible extension Location: Possibility for remote work, based in Canada Application Deadline: July 7th, 2021 Hourly Rate: $25.00/hr We are looking for an undergraduate or graduate student in the fields of … Read More

Heritage Thursdays Webinar Series: People-Centred Approaches to Cultural Heritage

ICOMOS Common Dignity Rights-Based Approaches Working Group would like to announce the upcoming Heritage Thursdays webinar series that explores People-Centred Approaches to Cultural Heritage. People-Centred Approaches recognise communities at the heart of heritage management. They promote taking a wide consideration that relies not only on experts, but opens … Read More

ICOMOS Canada celebrates African World Heritage Day

ICOMOS Canada is proud to partner with HACSA-Canada to celebrate African World Heritage Day. We will celebrate African World Heritage Day on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 in North America and the Caribbean. The theme chosen this year by the African … Read More

2021 International Online Workshop on Indigenous Heritage

The ICOMOS Canada and the Indigenous Heritage Circle are coordinating the 2021 International Online Workshop on Indigenous Heritage to launch the ICOMOS Working Group on Indigenous Heritage. The three-day workshop will consist of keynote speakers, panel discussions, breakout discussions, and … Read More

Congratulations to our Canadian ICOMOS Honorary Members

ICOMOS Canada is proud to announce that ICOMOS has conferred Honorary Membership upon Mr. Dinu Bumbaru and Mr. Julian Smith at its 2020 General Assembly for their distinguished service in the field of conservation, restoration and enhancement of historical monuments, … Read More

Discussing Place, Nature, Culture, and Environment

There are many challenges in addressing Indigenous Heritage. Our first discussion, Place, Nature, Culture, and Environment, intends to focus on the challenges related to the separation of natural and cultural heritage. As Stefan Disko suggests “some of the strongest criticism … Read More

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