As part of a series of webinars promoted by ICOM since 2020, we are pleased to present you the webinar “Saahlinda Naay, ‘Saving Things House’, Indigenizing Museum Practices”, which took place on the 15th of December. Sean Young, Manager/Curator of Collections and Lab of Archaeology at Saahlinda Naay “Saving Things House” (Haida Gwaii Museum) at […]

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Born in 1946, ICOM is the only international NGO representing all the museums of the world, and is the voice of museum professionals on the international stage. To find out more about its history, its objectives and how ICOM contributes to the development of the museum sector worldwide, visit our website https://icom.museum/en/ source

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Nacido en 1946, el ICOM es la única ONG internacional que representa a todos los museos del mundo y es la voz de los profesionales de los museos en la escena internacional. Para saber más sobre su historia, sus objetivos y cómo contribuye el ICOM al desarrollo del sector museístico en todo el mundo, visite […]

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Créé en 1946, l’ICOM est la seule ONG internationale représentant tous les musées du monde, et est la voix des professionnels des musées sur la scène internationale. Pour en savoir plus sur son histoire, ses objectifs et la manière dont l’ICOM contribue au développement du secteur muséal dans le monde, visitez notre site web. source

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[Activate subtitles — available in English, French and Spanish] 75 years ago, on November 16 1946, ICOM was born. Join us in celebrating this historic milestone, which comes at a time of both great challenges and opportunities for our organisation. More information: http://icom.museum source

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As part of a series of 6 webinars promoted by the ICOM Sustainability Working Group to address Agenda 2030, and in collaboration with CAMOC, the International Committee for the Collections and Activities of Museums of Cities, this webinar gathered museum professionals from different countries to discuss how museums can and are contributing to make cities […]

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ICOM’s intervention for the UNESCO International Conference “The fight against illicit trafficking in cultural property: for a strengthened global dialogue” (14 September 2021). The Head of Department for Heritage Protection, Sophie Delepierre, discussed ethical provenance, the ICOM Red Lists and the importance of inventories. Read more on the actions of ICOM to protect heritage: https://icom.museum/en/our-actions/ […]

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“Education allows you to have a voice to step up to the challenge”, says young Qatari Dana Alanzy. Watch the full documentary produced by UNODC and UNESCO about the power of Education for the rule of Law to prevent crimes. #RuleOfLaw #Education4Justice #DohaDeclaration #E4J #CrimeCongress #SDGs #YouthCanMoveTheWorld. View full documentary at https://youtu.be/vJOfA3nGoVc source

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“At the age of 14 or 15-years-old, I didn’t know about my rights”, says young Afghani Rahmatullah Hamdard. Watch the full documentary produced by UNODC and UNESCO about the power of Education for the rule of Law to prevent crimes. #RuleOfLaw #Education4Justice #DohaDeclaration #E4J #CrimeCongress #SDGs #YouthCanMoveTheWorld. View full documentary at https://youtu.be/vJOfA3nGoVc source

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought unprecedented educational disruption with 1.2 billion children and youth impacted by school closures. Yet, despite these challenges, there is hope. This documentary focuses on the power and agency of youth. It is developed under the framework of the long-term partnership between UNESCO’s Global Citizenship and Peace Education and UNODC that bridges […]

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