The KORU project aims to ‘build capacity’ in Turkey – developing and strengthening the skills needed to survive, adapt, and thrive – for Mardin’s local monument protection sector, and encourage a wider engagement with cultural heritage.
The AtlasWH project aims to create a network of urban World Heritage sites by addressing common challenges related to the protection of their identity, while enhancing their cultural assets, in order to stimulate heritage-led economic and cultural development.
Our experience in community-led conservation projects was highlighted at Guangzhou's Historic Preservation Conference South China in 2014. Representing Edinburgh World Heritage, Krzysztof Chuchra spoke about the charity’s experience in developing conservation-led private/public partnerships in Edinburgh.
The APPROACH acronym stands for ‘Applicable Representation of City Centres with Heritage Importance’, and it aims to capture 3-D digital representations of four historic cities as they developed through time.
ProPEACE seeks to place the academic field of heritage in a European perspective. In order to do this, it has to offer innovative solutions for a dynamic modernisation of the European higher education about heritage. Over 3 years, ProPEACE will propose a program of activities to reconsider the European heritage and teaching in a European perspective.
REDIAPRO – Revival of Disappearing Architectural Professions – is all about forming a small scale construction industry from traditional architectural professions, building customs and architecture-related handicrafts.
SATURN – European Standards for Vocational Training in Urban Regeneration…
Our international programme is a tool to influence and improve historic city management policies. It is about bringing knowledge, resources and good practices to Edinburgh while sharing our own experience with international partners. We are proud to be a respected member of a dynamic and international network of organisations and experts.