As part of the 3rdInternational Conference on Best Practices in World Heritage, we are looking for early researchers in World Heritage. Our goal is to create a space to bring together early researchers and young professionals in World Heritage who want to share their projects and works with the wider academic and social communities. In doing this, we aim to foster new connections between the future specialists in heritage management and organisations, departments and institutions presently managing heritage. But… how to get involved?

We ask you to send the following to us (buenaspracticaspm@gmail.com) to create your profile in our blog (a blog with over 50.000 visits from all over the world!!):

  •  A short video (between 30 sec.-1 min) explaining your current project and why you got interested in your research topic/ work
  • A professional photograph, some keywords to ease search as well as your Linkedin and/or Academia.edu profiles… and, of course, your department/institution’s name!
  • Reference to departments, institutions or organisations you are currently collaborating with and those you would like to get in touch with.

Additionally, we will be fortnightly uploading contents on opportunities for collaboration, conferences, projects (Go UNESCO, YOCOCU, SRUK, etc.).

Don’t be out of the loop and join us in this promising endeavour!


- Nekbet Corpas-Cívicos.
- Alba de Juana.
- Daniel Garrido-Pimentel.
- Guadalupe Espinosa.
- Richard Bigambo.
- Giorgio Faraci.
Bhadravarna Bongsalip.
- Luis Adawi.
- Nancy Rueda.
- Coralie Ascheson.
- Samereh Pourmoradian.
- Hee Joo Kim.
- Elena Molina.


Nekbet Corpas
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Alba de Juana
Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage


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