International talks. Future skills for cultural heritage
Training and Competences fostering Cooperation e Internationalizationfrom 14 June 2023 to 16 June 2023
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma, Auditorium
Future Skills for Cultural Heritage is an initiative dedicated to training, internationalisation and cooperation for the cultural heritage sector, bringing together institutions and professionals from Italy, Europe and around the world.
The activities takes place in Rome from 14 to 16 June 2023, at the Auditorium of the Central National Library of Rome, bringing together high-level institutional representatives from Mediterranean countries, Italian cultural institutions, and cultural management advanced training institutes from 7 G20 countries.
Through different activities, workshops, high-level panels and working tables, the initiative is designed to foster reactions and discussions on the issues of professional skills and international training, drawing on the experiences of three of our main international projects: the International School for Cultural Heritage; the creation of a network of G20 training institutions on cultural management for the internationalization of the professional skills of cultural professionals through; the training and networking activities carried out with the Grant Office of italian Ministry of Culture.
Kicking off the three-day working session, on the morning of 14 June, from 9 a.m. to 1.30 p.m., through a public conference involving representatives of public institutions and international multilateral bodies as well as leaders of Mediterranean and Balkan cultural institutions.
In the first panel, Cultural Cooperation and training: an international overview, dedicated to cultural diplomacy, institutional representatives of the Italian Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ICCROM and UNESCO, reflect on how international relations can be established or consolidated even through international training and cooperation initiatives in the cultural sector.
This will be followed by Needs and opportunities for cooperation in training, a Mediterranena perspective, a dialogue between directors of Mediterranean and Balkan cultural institutions on training practices and capacity building opportunities offered by international cooperation.
Working language, english; with translation.
Download the full programme: International Talks: OpeningConference. Programme
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