The New Year has begun and already brings new projects and ideas, such as the “Preserving Cultural Heritage” Campus Rondine is now launching, to be held on March 17-22, 2020 in the medieval village of Rondine, near Arezzo, in Tuscany, Italy.
Culture is a fundamental pillar of humanity, and its protection and preservation are essential to ensure the human-centred, inclusive and equitable development Rondine aims at in its efforts to contribute to the reduction of conflicts worldwide.
The project aims at promoting the valorization of rich cultural heritage, under a multicultural perspective and enhancing mutual knowledge.
Twenty participants will be chosen among young professionals up to the age of 45, MA and PhD students and professors in cultural heritage management and conservation and related fields from the South Caucasus. They will experience lectures, workshops and site visits in Tuscany, a region internationally recognized for its history as a cradle of arts, culture and beauty.
The project is entirely funded, and the application requires a CV and a motivation letter to be sent to [email protected] by 26 January 2020.