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  • Disaster risk preparedness and management in cultural heritage sites South East Europe Sub-regional Platform
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Venice
    Venice Municipality


    Date: 08 May 2012
    Country: Albania
    City/State: Berat
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Disaster risk preparedness and management in cultural heritage sites

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Venice

OTHER ORGANIZER(S): South East Europe Sub-regional Platform
Venice Municipality

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 08 May 2012 Location: Albania (Berat)

The event will show local stakeholders how an integrated approach is necessary for a good management of World Heritage sites, including the too often neglected risk dimension. An accomplished and inedited report, focused of first level of microzonation, conducted by a multidisciplinary team composed by Italian (CNR-IGAG) and Albanian researchers (Prof. I. Pojani, Prof. L. Duni) will be presented to the public during the conference.

The conference will also offer the opportunity to award trainees, upon public presentation of their work, with the certificate for their attendance to the training held last year in November in Berat. The training was based on the newly published newly issued Resource Manual for “Managing Disaster Risks for World Heritage”.The conference will also offer the opportunity to award trainees, upon public presentation of their work, with the certificate for their attendance to the training held last year in November in Berat. The training was based on the newly published newly issued Resource Manual for “Managing Disaster Risks for World Heritage”.

Event website: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/events/all-events/?tx_browser_pi1[showUid]=6559&cHash=805563b7cc

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