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The Culture Heritage Management and Tourism

A UNESCO conference/workshop for the enhancement of stakeholder

cooperation in tourism development and heritage preservation

in Asia and the Pacific

New Municipality Building Bhaktapur, Nepal 

8-16 April 2000

 

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DAY 1  8 April 2000
OPENING CEREMONY

Speeches : 

Opening remarks: Richard Engelhardt

Opening remarks: Kris Endersen

Opening remarks: Mayor of Bhaktapur

Opening remarks: Deputy Mayor of Bhaktapur

               

DAY 2  9 April 2000 DEFINING ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES, in order to integrate heritage site conservation and tourism development
"Introduction to workshop structure and methodology"
Richard Engelhardt
UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture in Asia and the Pacific

Keynote Presentation:
"Culture Heritage Management and Tourism"
Walter Jamieson
Professor Urban Environment Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Case Study Presentation: Bhaktapur, Nepal 

 

DAY 3 10 April 2000
THE CENTRAL ROLE OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY as owners of the heritage, host to visitors, and beneficiaries of tourism development
Keynote Presentation:
“Local Communities and Heritage Preservation: the Annapuma Example"
Siddhartha Bajracharya
King Mahendra Trust

Case Study: Malaka, Malaysia
Case Study: Lijiang, China

 

DAY 4 11 April 2000
MARKETING COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE: Presenting what is unique; preserving what is authentic
Keynote Presentation:
“Channeling Heritage Resources into Employment: the Macao Example”
Mr. Alberto Ung
Macao Institute of Tourism Education

Case Study: Hahoe, Korea
Case Study: Levuka, Fiji

 

DAY 5 12 April 2000
CARRYING CAPACITY: Respecting conservation limits, expanding visitor potential
Keynote Presentation:
Public Private Partnerships
Sandra Brunet
Green Globe

Case Study: Luang Prabang, Lao PDR 
Case Study: Hoi An, Viet Nam 

 

DAY 6 13 April 2000
REVENUE, REGULATIONS AND RIGHTS: Maximizing local benefits from culture and heritage tourism
Keynote Presentation:
Methods of Maximizing Local Benefts from Culture and Heritage Tourism: The Siena Example” 
Mr. Mauro Rosati
Municipality of Siena
Case Study: Vigan, Phillipines
Case Study: Kandy, Sri Lanka 
Mentor's workshop:
“Techniques for Resolving Conflict, Building Consensus and Ensuring Equity”
Serge Domicelj
Patan Durbar Square
Hosted by: Patan Municipality
Speech by Mayor of Patan

 

DAY 714 April 2000
FORMULATING ACTION PLANS TO DEVELOP SUSTAINABLE CULTURE HERITAGE IN A COMMUNITY
Keynote Presentation
“ICOMOS Tourism Charter”
Graham Brooks
Head, ICOMOS Tourism Committee

 

Keynote Presentation:
“Creating Heritage Tourism Guidelines”
Hilary Du Cros

 

DAY 8 15 April 2000
FORMULATING ACTION PLANS TO DEVELOP SUSTAINABLE CULTURE HERITAGE TOURISM IN A COMMUNITY

 

DAY 9 16 April 2000
CAUCUS OF CASE STUDY SITE REPRESENTATIVES AND EXPERT COMMENTATORS TO FINALIZE ACTION PLANS

 

Concluding panel
Richard Engelhardt’s conclusion PowerPoint presentation