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UNESCO-ICCROM Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAHM) Field School on Cultural Impact Assessment

UNESCO and ICCROM organized a “Cultural Impact Assessment and Maritime Archaeology” Field School in Galle, Sri Lanka from 1-9 April 2007, under the Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAHM). The training was implemented in partnership with the Post-Graduate Institute of Archaeology of the University of Kelaniya, the Central Cultural Fund and the Flinders University of Australia.


The Asian Academy for Heritage Management is a network of institutions throughout Asia and the Pacific offering professional training in the field of heritage management. The mission of the Asian Academy is to strengthen professional capacity to sustainably manage heritage resources by providing a regional platform for institutional cooperation in training, research, and exchange. Under the guidance of UNESCO and ICCROM, the Asian Academy promotes integrated, holistic and multi-disciplinary management of heritage resources, including both tangible and intangible expressions of culture.


For more information regarding the “Cultural Impact Assessment and Maritime Archaeology” Field School, link to:  http://www.unescobkk.org/index.php?id=4944