Program for the Nordic World Heritage Conference 2022
We are pleased to present the program for the Nordic World Heritage Conference 2022 in Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage, and look forward to welcoming colleagues from the Nordic World Heritage sites to 3 days of interesting keynotes, debates, experiences and networking. The topic for this years conference is «Protecting and Creating Value».
Through three days of conference, 6-8. September, in Vinje, Rjukan and Notodden we look forward to letting you get to know our World Heritage Site with the theme "Protecting and creating value".
The conference is organized by World Heritage Center Rjukan - Notodden Industrial Heritage in close cooperation with the Nordic World Heritage.
Nordic World Heritage Conference 2022
Welcome to the Nordic World Heritage Conference in
Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage 6.-8. September 2022
Through three days of conference in Vinje, Rjukan and Notodden we look forward to letting you get to know our World Heritage Site with the theme "Protecting and creating value".
Photo Ian Brodie
The conference is organized by World Heritage Center Rjukan - Notodden Industrial Heritage in close cooperation with the Nordic World Heritage. Program for the conference will be published as soon as it is ready. Registration will open in May 2022
Annual Nordic World Heritage Conference 2021
13 October 2021
Online - ZOOM
The theme of the upcoming conference is "Positive aspects on a global pandemic and the consequences for the World Heritage Sites".
The conference will address challenges that the Nordic World Heritage sites faced during the pandemic. How has this period of pandemic been used during this time and have we found new ways to communicate with our visitors.
Annual Nordic World Heritage Conference 2019
1 - 4 September 2019
Stockholm, Stockholm, Sverige
The theme of the upcoming conference is "World Heritages in a sustainable society". Take the opportunity to discuss the most important issue for the future – social sustainability in a changing world according to World Heritage – and visit three World Heritage sites.
The conference will include a pre tour to Birka and Hovgården World Heritage Site on the 1st of September. The conference opens officially on the 2nd of September and last until the 4th of September.
Deadline for registration is the 31st of July 2019
NWHA - Annual Conference 2018
10 - 13 September 2018 kl. 19:00 - 23:00 CEST
Jelling, 7300 Jelling, Denmark
This September, you are headed to Denmark where three World Heritage Sites are welcoming you.
We will address World Heritage through the eyes of children and address the challenges that may occur when a particular group has a special relation to the World Heritage Site.
Under these headings, you will hear interesting presentations, actively participate in workshops and our local World Heritage will get under your skin when visiting church halls with sand on the floor, climbing the burial mound of the first Viking King and joining children, as they use a World Heritage Site as a site for learning and playing. The Site in Jelling is hosting the first conference day and the Site of Christiansfeld is hosting the second conference day.
This year, all participants stay at Vingsted Hotel & Conference Centre, situated in beautiful surroundings near Jelling.
Registration deadline: Friday 6. July 2018 at 23:00
Heritage in Progress 2018
Update: early September 2019
Update: Due to an unfortunate scheduling of the conference, The Heritage in Progress Conference will be moved to next year. A new preliminary date is in early September 2019.
Early September 2019 we welcome you to HIP - Heritage in Progress - a conference on understanding and intercultural competence. For three days we will immerse ourselves in how a world heritage or a cultural heritage site can be used as a potential tool for intercultural dialogue. Welcome to Tanum World Heritage!
The three-days meeting will contain exciting lecturers and different ways to engage civil society by means of time travel methods, discussing the role of cultural institutions in a diverse society as well as hands on workshops. The programme will be full of speakers and inspirations that will make this event into one of the most important conferences of the year.
By inviting representatives from all the world/cultural heritage sites in Europe and beyond into the collaboration intercultural dialogue, we believe we create possibilities for a continued development and generate more knowledge around the cultural heritage as a meeting point and the connection between cultures; then, now and for a sustainable future.
Deadline for registration is to be announced 2019.