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    "World Heritage: Places for Building Capacities and Lifelong Learning in Europe"

    11/9/18 | 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    Agenda Type
    Congress
    Location
    CCL - Hall 4
    Category
    Events at the Congress Center Leipzig (CCL)
    Organizer

    Saxon State Ministry of the Interior

    Institute for Industrial Archaeology and History of Science and Technology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg

    German Commission for UNESCO

    ICOMOS Germany

    Institut Heritage Studies at the International Academy Berlin

    Languages
    German, English
    Agenda

    10:00–10:20 h Welcome and Opening Speeches
    Jörg Mühlberg (Director General at the Saxon State Ministry of the Interior)
    Christoph Wulf (German Commission for UNESCO)
    Helmuth Albrecht (Institute for Industrial Archaeology and History of Science and Technology, TU Bergakademie Freiberg)

    10:20–12:30 h World Heritage as places of learning
    moderated by Marie-Theres Albert (Institut Heritage Studies)

    10:20–11:00 h Keynotes
    How has World Heritage education been integrated in schools? What still needs to be done? - Heinz-Jürgen Rickert (GHS Herderschule Bad Pyrmont)

    European Best-Practice-Example: World Heritage Education in Finland - Ira Vihreälehto (Association of Cultural Heritage Education, Finland)

    11:00–12:00 h Case studies
    Collaboration of World Heritage management and pedagogical institutions in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley - Nadya König- Lehrmann (Zweckverband Oberes Mittelrheintal) and Ingo Kreußer (Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz)

    Challenges of World Heritage communication: the methodological approach of the Berlin ‘Heritage box’ - Dörthe Hellmuth (Berlin Monument Authority) and Martha Kehl (Max-Planck-Gymnasium Berlin, UNESCO Associated School)

    Experience of collaboration between Adolf-Grimme-School and Rammelsberg mine - Gesine Reimold (Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg, Museum & Besucherbergwerk) and Julian Geisler (Adolf-Grimme-Gesamtschule Goslar, UNESCO Associated School)

    12:00–12:30 h Discussion
    moderated discussion: World Heritage as places of learning

    12:30–13:30 h Lunch

    13:30–16:20 h World Heritage as a place for apprenticeship and training
    moderated by Ramona Dornbusch (Berlin Monument Authority, ICOMOS Germany)

    13:30–13:45 h Statements
    Association of Conservator-Restorers: Jan Raue
    Association of Restorers in the craft: Bernd Jäger
    The German Confederation of Skilled Crafts: Georg Haber

    13:45–14:15 h Keynote
    World Heritage Sites as Learning Ground – ICCROM’s Activities for Building Capacities - Joseph King (ICCROM)

    14:15–15:50 h Case studies
    White City Center in Tel Aviv’s Educational Programme - Sharon Golan-Yaron und Eran Eizenhamer (White City Center Tel Aviv)

    Dual System of training and supplementary qualification for craftsmen in the field of monument preservation and building maintenance: DBU-Project: ‘Israeli-German Sustainable Building Education (IGSBE)’ - Robert Huber (zukunftsgeraeusche GbR) and Christian Wittrock (Knobelsdorff-Schule Berlin)

    14:55–15:30 h Coffee break

    15:30–15.50 h Case studies (continued)
    Cathedral Works as an example of a long-standing building tradition - Sabine Bengel (Fondation de l'OEuvre Notre-Dame, Strasbourg)

    15:50–16:20 h Discussion
    moderated discussion: World Heritage as a place for apprenticeship and training

    16:20–17:00 h Conclusion and results
    moderated by Marie-Theres Albert (Institut Heritage Studies)

    Panel:
    Christoph Wulf (German Commission for UNESCO)
    Helmuth Albrecht (Institute for Industrial Archaeology and History of Science and Technology)
    Bertold Burkhardt (ICOMOS Germany)
    Heinz-Jürgen Rickert (GHS Herderschule Bad Pyrmont)
    Ira Vihreälehto (Association of Cultural Heritage Education)
    Joseph King (ICCROM)
    Jutta Ströter-Bender (Working party World Heritage Education)
    Claudia Schwarz (Association of German World Heritage Sites)

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