Publications - International Heritage Cooperation
59 publications on International Heritage Cooperation
Dirt and Dirt Removal | Paintings Conservation
Dirt and Dirt Removal is the first of six brochures created for conservators of canvas and panel paintings
Varnish Removal | Paintings Conservation
Varnish Removal is the second of six brochures created for conservators of canvas and panel paintings
A resilient future for the Vistula Delta landscape
Marcel Andrzejczak researched the historical connection between the Vistula Delta landscape and the Netherlands as well as the ...
Call training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories
call for applicants training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2022
Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Quick Scan Method - Handbook for Indonesian University Lecturers
The HUL Quick Scan Method is a practical, participatory tool that embraces the principles of the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) ...
Articles on Jakarta and Reuse (My Liveable City, vol. 7, issue 2)
These articles explain more about the creation of Jakarta’s M-Bloc and how the Dutch deal with heritage.
International Heritage Cooperation Policy Note 2021-2024
In this brochure you can read what the International Heritage Cooperation 2021-2024 programme includes and what it can mean for ...
Recap Closing Session Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2021
This training focused on the issue of presenting contested histories from multiple perspectives. The participants joined lectures ...
Shared past - New perspectives. Shared Cultural Heritage programme 2017-2020
This publication shows some examples of new perspectives on the shared history of the Netherlands and ten partner countries.
Call for Candidates - Training Sharing Stories on Contested Histories 2021
Call to attend the third edition of the international training 'Sharing Stories on Contested Histories'