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“Ensuring high quality in safeguarding Cultural Heritage - The vital importance of protecting the title and regulating the professions of Conservation-restoration in Europe”

It is with great joy we share with you a collection of articles prepared by the national associations of E.C.C.O. on the topic “Ensuring high quality in safeguarding Cultural Heritage - The vital importance of protecting the title and regulating the professions of Conservation-restoration in Europe”. The publication contains the papers of E.C.C.O. national member associations that attended the presidents’ meeting and conference held in Athens by A.C.A.W.A.-Gr in May 2022.

This publication reflects the current educational level, legal context, and working environment of conservator-restorers across Europe experienced at the national level by our members.

Please find the publication in the following link https://eproceedings.epublishing.ekt.gr/index.php/SSAETTE

Some of the text is in Greek. You can click on PDF for the full text under the mention (Πλήρες τεύχος).

Or you can download from the list of individual articles. 

 

Cherishing Heritage - Quality principles for intervention on cultural heritage

E.C.C.O.'s President Susan Corr was in Venice to speak in Panel 3 "Drivers of Quality", at the conference "Cherishing Heritage - Quality principles for intervention on cultural heritage" in Venice the 22nd and 23rd November 2019.

This version of the document "European quality principles for EU-funded interventions with potential impact upon cultural heritage" results from the discussions at the Venice conference in November 2018.

This document stems from the work of an expert group assembled by the ICOMOS, under the mandate of the European Commission and in the framework of the flagship EU Initiative of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018, “Cherishing heritage: developing quality standards for EU-funded projects that have the potential to impact on cultural heritage”.

The main objective of the document is to provide guidance on quality principles for all stakeholders directly or indirectly engaged in EU-funded heritage conservation and management (i.e. European institutions, managing authorities, international organisations, civil society and local communities, private sector, and experts).

Download the document here. 

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