Al via la prima edizione della Summer School on Post-Conflict Recovery
La scorsa settimana abbiamo lanciato la fase online della Summer School on Post-Conflict Recovery, il nostro nuovo programma di formazione organizzato in collaborazione con ICCROM e con il sostegno dell’UNESCO e degli Emirati Arabi Uniti.
Il corso, strutturato in 5 Talk online e un workshop in presenza a Roma, intende fornire strumenti essenziali per pianificare e progettare forme di intervento in scenari post-bellici, con particolare attenzione al ruolo del patrimonio culturale. Questo obiettivo sarà perseguito attraverso lo scambio di idee ed esperienze, casi studio e attività di gruppo sulla valutazione, la progettazione e la pianificazione di interventi mirati.
La scorsa settimana si sono tenuti gli incontri online, moderati da Alessio Re, Segretario Generale di Fondazione Santagata, dove speaker internazionali hanno messo a disposizione le proprie conoscenze sui seguenti temi:
TALK 1 – ANALYSING CONTEXT AND DOCUMENTATION (05/06/2023)
Tools for post-conflict documentation in order to gather information on the field to ensure the completeness of the context analysis.
Elke Selter (Belgian Federal Government – Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage)
Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) – Culture
Rand Eppich (Heritage Consultant, Madrid, Spain)
Context Analysis and Documentation
Giovanni Fontana Antonelli (Archi. Media Trust, CEO and Founder)
Diagnosis before Treatment: Mosul as a Case Study
Isber Sabrine (Heritage for Peace, President)
Empowering Civil Society to Document Heritage and to Fight Illicit Traffic in Countries in Conflicts and in Post-Conflict
TALK 2 – DAMAGE AND RISK ASSESSMENT (06/06/2023)
Tools and methodologies used to assess the risks affecting collections, buildings, monuments and sites in their specific context to secure, salvage and stabilise the cultural heritage. A special focus will be given to emergency response and preventive conservation.
Rohit Jigyasu (ICCROM)
Damage & Risk Assessment for Post Crisis Recovery of Cultural Heritage
Vanessa Fraga Prol (Cultural Emergency Response, The Netherlands)
Funding and Coordinating Damage and Risk Assessment Missions in order to support any possible first-aid actions that could lead to Post-Conflict Recovery
Bonnie Burnham (Cultural Heritage Finance Alliance)
Complementing Emergency Assessment with a Long Term Planning and Funding Strategy
Sara Abram (Centro Conservazione e Restauro La Venaria Reale, Italy)
Training in Conservation
TALK 3 – PLANNING FOR PHYSICAL RECOVERY (07/06/2023)
Knowledge for planning the physical recovery process of cultural heritage in post-conflict scenarios.
Maria Rita Acetoso (UNESCO)
Reviving the Spirit of Mosul: the Reconstruction of Cultural Landmarks as a Tool to foster Reconciliation in post-Conflict Recovery
Alessandra Peruzzetto (World Monument Fund)
Case studies of The World Monuments Fund Actions in Crisis Contexts
Shatha Safi (Riwaq Centre for Architectural Conservation, Palestine)
Heritage Protection and Rehabilitation in Palestine. RIWAQ – Centre of Architectural Conservation
Amra Hadžimuhamedović (Director of the Centre for Cultural Heritage)
Inclusive Heritage Discourse in Post-Conflict Recovery
TALK 4 – PLANNING FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY (08/06/2023)
Knowledge for planning the social and economic recovery of heritage-related and conflict-affected communities applying a sustainable development approach.
Stefania Abakerli (World Bank)
Latest approach of the World Bank regarding FCV contexts
Veronica Costarelli (International Organization for Migration)
The Role of Memory in Post-Conflict Recovery
Etleva Demollari (House of Leaves, Albania)
The Role of Museums and Memorials
Ruba Saleh (ICHEC Brussels Management School, Belgium)
Cultural Heritage Values as a Medium for Women’s Cooperative Entrepreneurial Journey. A Case Study from Palestine
TALK 5 – INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND EVALUATION (09/06/2023)
The study of possible post-conflict scenarios concerning cooperation between international agencies, stakeholders and local communities.
Stephen Stenning (British Council)
Case studies from the work of British Council in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Palestine. Potential for co-operation and collaboration
Costanza Fidelbo (UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe)
UNESCO – Country Unit – criticalities
Ihor Poshyvailo (Maidam Museum / Heritage Emergency Response Initiative (HERI), Ukraine)
Post-War Recovery in Ukraine: Mission of Culture and Heritage
Maja Kominko (Aliph Foundation)
Post-war recovery: from Iraq to Ukraine