World Heritage management should include plenty of cross-curricular actions in which the different dimensions of Cultural Heritage are addressed: from the scientific-technical aspects (archeology, architecture, urbanism, landscape, etc.) to policies or administrative measures, and of course, the citizen dimension.
We seek exemplary cross-curricular transversal projects, which have allowed to recover heritage spaces thanks to different types of actions, as for example, the construction of new areas, saving spaces for environmental reasons, the inclusion of marginalized populations, economic recovery or even tourist synergies, etc.
This Conference seeks to break those barriers between technical and political approaches, academic and popular viewpoints, etc. It seeks to build up, looking at the connection of numerous points of view and with multiple solutions enabling to act and redo working schemes.


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