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La ratifica della Convenzione di Nicosia e le nuove disposizioni in materia di reati contro il patrimonio culturale
Ė entrata in vigore dal 1° aprile la Convenzione del Consiglio d’Europa sulle infrazioni relative ai beni culturali, firmata a Nicosia il 19 maggio 2017 da 12 Paesi e ratificata il 12 gennaio dal parlamento italiano. L’Italia ha già dato esecuzione agli impegni assunti e il 3 marzo la Camera ha approvato in via definitiva il ddl Franceschini-Orlando recante “Disposizioni in materia di reati contro il patrimonio culturale”.
Guidance for Restitution and Return of Items from University Museums and Collections
2022 | UMAC
The guidance elaborates upon the principles expressed in the ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums concerning the return and restitution of items from museum collections and in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).
Next Generation Culture.
Tecnologie digitali e linguaggi immersivi per nuovi pubblici della cultura
2021 | Associazione Civita
XII Rapporto annuale a cui ICOM Italia ha contribuito in modo significativo.
Nei mesi delle chiusure, i media digitali hanno ripensato i modelli organizzativi dei musei e hanno valorizzato in modo innovativo i luoghi della cultura, facilitando un’accessibilità molto più ampia ed inclusiva. Un’occasione per riflettere sui processi di digital transformation in atto nel settore culturale.
ICOM Massive Open Online Course: Creating Meaningful and Inclusive Museum Practices
curated by ICOM International and Department of Capacity Building
The first MOOC course launched by ICOM that will encourage museum professionals to explore a series of methodologies and strategies for social inclusion and community building that can be implemented to support wider cultural participation.
Workshop for European Museum and Cultural Heritage Professionals | Fighting Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property
curated by ICOM International in close cooperation with UNESCO
Workshop divided into four topics, where museum experts, and heritage and non-heritage professionals alike, share their experiences of protecting heritage and their work to restrain the illicit trafficking of cultural property across Europe and further afield.
4 – 5 october 2021
Report on the Implementation of the 2015 Recommendation on Museums
2015 | UNESCO
Recommendation concerning the Protection and Promotion of Museums and Collections, their Diversity and their Role in Society
The 2015 Recommendation concerning the Protection and Promotion of Museums and Collections, their Diversity and their Role in Society was adopted by the General Conference of UNESCO at its 38th session in 2015. This standard-setting instrument reflects the commitment of Member States to assisting museums in fulfilling their role in contemporary society, so that they are partners in sustainable development through the safeguarding and protection of heritage, the promotion of cultural diversity, the transmission of scientific knowledge, the development of educational policies and lifelong learning, and fostering the creative economy and sustainable tourism. The 2015 Recommendation also highlights the importance of integrating these global guidelines for the protection and promotion of museums and collections in legislations and national policies.
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Recommendation concerning the Protection and Promotion of Museums and Collections
2015 | UNESCO
The elaboration of the Recommendation originated from the desire to supplement and extend the application of standards and principles laid down in existing international instruments referring to the place of museums, and to their related roles and responsibilities.
On the basis of comments received from Member States, UNESCO, in close cooperation with the International Council of Museums, prepared a final report containing the draft Recommendation which was transmitted to Member States by the Director-General on 3 April 2015.
Museum Studies Training Programme
2004 | UNESCO/ICOM
The UNESCO/ICOM Museum Studies Training Programme, aiming at improving and enhancing the knowledge and competencies of museum personnel in developing countries, was prepared jointly by UNESCO and ICOM, the International Council of Museums.
It exists in downloadable English, French, Arabic, Spanish, Russian and Chinese language versions.
Recommendation concerning the Most Effective Means of Rendering Museums Accessible to Everyone
1960 | UNESCO
The General Conference recommends that Member States should bring this Recommendation to the knowledge of the authorities and bodies concerned with museums, and of the museums themselves.
The General Conference recommends that Member States should report to it, on dates and in a manner to be determined by it, on the action they have taken to give effect to this Recommendation.