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international activities

The Fondazione’s natural international inclination is manifested in both our training offerings and research activity: we promote the growth of a permanent international platform for the care of cultural heritage, aimed at enhancing the sharing of good practices and models of intervention.

With training and twinning initiatives, through the exchange of experiences and dialogue among areas of excellence, we strengthen the skills of Italian and foreign professionals and fosters the internationalization of Italian cultural institutions.

By participating in network actions and research programmes, while consolidating Italian international relations in the cultural assets system, we contribute to European debates and support the innovation on cultural policies.


ISCH2022_blended program

International School of Cultural Heritage 2022 
Technologies for archaeology

A third edition, structured in an online intensive programme and a following fieldwork in Italy. The 2022 programme focuses on the use of digital technologies for the study, conservation, and enhancement of archaeological heritage. Twenty-eigh participants from eight Mediterranean countries confront researchers and experts from Italian cultural institutions, with a rich calendar of online seminars.

International School of Cultural Heritage 2021

International School of Cultural Heritage 2021 online Programme
Archaeological parks and museums:
management approaches and community involvement

It is an online Programme dedicated to the meeting between Italian and foreign professionals from countries of the Mediterranean area, on issues related to the care and management of archaeological parks and museums: a calendar of webinars and working round tables brings crucial issues to the attention of the participants.

International School of Cultural Heritage 2019.2020 Programme
Managing Mediterranean archaeological heritage:
challenges and strategies

Archaeologists, architects, museum experts and managers, from Egypt, Ethiopia, Jordan, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia and Turkey have been involved in a residential course lasting five months: focusing on the care and management  of archaeological sites they shared knowledge and practises of Italian and international experiences.

Museos Y Territorio

Museos y territorio is an advanced professional training exchange program, organized together with IILA – the Latino-American International Institute. Italian and Latin-American cultural heritage professionals are brought together to exchange their expertise. During seminars and workshops, they get insights on specific museum practices, with a particular focus on cultural activities that involve the territory and local communities. Thirteen speakers from as many Italian cultural institutions share their successful experiences with eighty Latin-American colleagues.

Undertaking Business in Culture

Undertaking Business in Culture is an international training and mentoring initiative that promotes youth entrepreneurship in the cultural sector, both in the African continent and in Italy. This initiative is endorsed by ICCROM and Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali.
By bringing together young professionals and experienced experts from various regions of the world, the project aims to equip participants with the tools to turn ideas into tangible and sustainable projects.
The program involves 20 young entrepreneurs under 35 from Italy and 13 African countries (Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe), selected through a public call.

research and network


CHARTER the European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance

The Erasmus+ funded project started on January 2021 and will last for four years.
CHARTER seeks to create a lasting, comprehensive sectoral strategy to guarantee Europe has the necessary cultural heritage skills to support sustainable societies and economies, including transversal competences such as digital/technological and green/blue economy skills.

Militari della TPC impiegati nel recupero di beni mobili a seguito del terremoto che ha colpito l'Italia centrale nel 2016

ACTION Cultural Heritage
ACtivities and Training from Italy ON Cultural Heritage

Italian Ministry of Culture (Ministero della Cultura) and the Carabinieri department for the protection of cultural heritage (Comando Carabinieri per la Tutela del Patrimonio Culturale) are engaged in numerous initiatives of training, education, and assistance in the field of conservation and protection, in Italy and abroad.  ACTION Cultural Heritage. ACtivities and Training from Italy ON Cultural Heritage is a survey on the initiatives carried out in 2018-2019, realized to provide a knowledge base for the harmonization of training proposals and the creation of new synergies.

ongoing activities

we work together with

Leading professionals coming from the fields of education and cultural heritage, both nationally and internationally, collaborate with the Fondazione to complete and enrich its educational offerings and research activities.