Events and discussions addressing the conservation of cultural heritage in a changing world.
The IIC regularly initiates presentations and dialogues that explore emerging issues in the modern world and the relationship of those issues to the preservation of cultural heritage. These events are also offered to raise awareness of heritage conservation among relevant professions and the public sector. Each event benefits from a variety of expertise, in a broad spectrum of disciplines, contributing unique perspectives on a specific topic. The events are open to all but also targeted to create productive collaborations among a variety of stakeholders. Edited transcripts can be found below for each event.
Do you have ideas for new events in this series?
We are always looking for new themes, ideas and speakers in the Dialogues for the New Century initiative. If you would like to see an idea or topic explored please let us know. Contact IIC over here.
Translations of the transcripts from each these events are now available in a growing number of languages through the IIC project Lingua.
Join the LINGUAS!
Dialogues for the New Century provides thought provoking, valuable and pertinent information to the preservation field and IIC wants to be sure this resource is as available to as many colleagues across the world as possible. If you are fluent in a language other than English consider joining Project Lingua. Professionals from many countries across the globe are volunteering their time and skills to translate event transcriptions into the world’s diverse languages. And we always need more help! Become a LINGUA… make a difference! Contact IIC, get involved and GetConnected!