Today we know that Iceland is one of the youngest countries – geologically. Also, it is one of the most sparsely populated countries, and one with the highest standard of human rights in the world.
The Robberg Nature Reserve is situated and enclosed on the Robberg Peninsula in South Africa.
Rijeka 2020 – European Capital of Culture is an ambitious and courageous project of community transformation and development, reclaiming the regional title of the Port of Diversity.
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This Friday 13 of December 2019 @ Zagreb may just as well be long remembered! And, for good. The City of Zagreb Disaster Risk Management Office organized a conference Protection of Zagreb’s cultural heritage in crisis,[…]
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The Museum of Slavonia in Osijek was a perfect location to host a training course for future certified trainers of heritage interpretive guides and writers.
An exceptionally rich history and culture of the region, condensed and curated in the Museum of Slavonia, provided an inspiring and challenging canvas for future interpretive trainers of the Interpet Europe organization (IE).
The Association of Museums of Eastern Slavonia in Croatia held their general assembly on 22 November 2019.
Building on their recent experiences with floods, and in consideration of other current and upcoming risks to their heritage collections, the Association used the event to advance the disaster risk preparedness and resilience of their member museums.
Gazi Husrev-beg Library in Sarajevo has hosted its First international conference on the protection of written heritage on 16 & 17 September 2019.
Participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Ireland, Turkey, India, and Malaysia discussed protection methods and conservation systems for written cultural heritage.
National and University Library in Zagreb, in partnership with Cultural Innovation Center and International Institute for Climate Activities, has organized a seminar titled Protection of cultural heritage in crisis on 7 November 2019 in Zagreb.
The event brought together two sectors: cultural heritage, and civil protection sector. At the event the sectors were bridging the silo-gap, recognizing that they have one job to do together – prepare culture for the disasters, as anticipated by the comprehensive national risk assessment.