TIME SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES
8.00-9.00 Posters available for viewing by symposium participants
9.00-10.30
  • Greetings

ICOMOS Maroc, ICOMOS ADCOM, ICOMOS President

  • ICOMOS Spain & ICOMOS Morocco Collaboration at Chefchaouen
  • Symposium Introduction ICOMOS IFLA International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes

Symposium Organizing Committee: Patricia O’Donnell, Elizabeth Brabec, Steve Brown

10:30-11:00 Break + viewing of posters
Tracks:

  1. Climate Change, Sustainability and Rights:
  • Panels 1 & 2;
  • Knowledge Cafes 1.1 & 1.2
  1. Culture-Nature Journey:
  • Panels 3 & 4;
  • Knowledge Cafes 2.1 and 2.2
  1. Intangible Cultural Heritage and Belief Systems:
  • Panels 5, 6, & 7;
  • Knowledge Cafe 3.1
  1. Principles and Practice: 
  • Panels 8 & 9;
  • Knowledge Cafes 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, & 4.5
  1. Regional Perspectives:
  • Panels 10, 11 & 12;
  • Knowledge Cafes 5.1 & 5.2

 

ROOM Blue Room 1 (capacity: 800)

Panel sessions

Green Room 2 (capacity: 270)

Panel sessions

Red Room 3 (capacity: 270)

Panel sessions

First Floor Room 4 (capacity: 80)

Knowledge Cafés

First Floor Room 5 (Capacity: 60)

Knowledge Cafés

First Floor Room 6 (Capacity: 60)

Knowledge Cafés

11.00-11:55 Panel #11: Reading Rural Landscapes as Heritage

Papers:

L’Erario – World Heritage List

Laviscio, et al – Inventory and mapping

Brown and Goetcheus – Diverse lenses

 

Panel #5:

Intangible Cultural Heritage

Papers:

Badry – Egyptian Rural Practices

Liu – The Mongolian Ger

Su, Ethnic Tourism Yunnan, China

 

 

Panel #3: Constructing resilience: The entangled dimensions of nature and culture in agricultural landscapes and waterscapes

Papers:

Lee – Participatory planning and monitoring

Ishizawa – Nature, agriculture and rural resilience

Forde – Māori ancestral landscapes

Track 4 KC 4.1:

Rural heritage and urban-rural linkages in the ICOMOS SDGs Policy Guidance

Track 1 KC 1.1:

Cultural Heritage and Climate Change: Exploring the Impacts and Issues

Track 4 KC 4.3:

Rural Landscapes of the 20th Century

12.00-12:55 Track 3 Panel 7:

The role of Religious Sites and Structures in Rural Landscapes and Communities

Papers:

Musteata, Fortified Churches from Romania

Ziss & Smolnik, Moroccan Adobe Synagogues

Brabec, Religious Landscape Networks

 

Track 3 Panel 6: Patrimoine rural matériel et immatériel au magrheb : médiations, tourisme et dévelopemment social.

Papers:

Zerouali et al, Ksar Ait Ben Haddou

Gaied et al, De Chenini,

Merah et al, Ksar de Temacine.

Panel #4: Sustainability and Rural Landscapes: CultureNature-based solutions

Papers:

Yildrim – ICOMOS on NatureCulture integration

Ortsin – Resiliency of rural socio-ecological landscapes

Buckley – ICOMOS/IUCN Connecting Practice rural case study

 

 

Track 3 KC 3.1:

Les paysages culturels de Risco Caïdo et de l’île Grande Canarie (Espagne): témoignages matériels et immatériels de la civilisation amazigh préhispanique

Track 5 KC 5.2:

L’eau, élément fédérateur de l’unité patrimoniale de Rochefort : entre paysage rural et patrimoine culturel

Track 4 KC 4.5:

Cultural Tourism’s Impacts on Rural Landscapes: The Opportunities and Challenges and how these can be addressed in the 1999 Cultural Tourism Charter Review

 

13.00-13.55

Lunch + viewing of posters

Information + Q&A on GA2020 (ICOMOS 20th Annual General assembly & Scientific Symposium, Sydney, Australia

 

ROOM Blue Room 1 (capacity: 800)

Panel sessions

Green Room 2 (capacity: 270)

Panel sessions

Red Room 3 (capacity: 270)

Panel sessions

First Floor Room 4 (capacity: 80)

Knowledge Cafés

First Floor Room 5 (Capacity: 60)

Knowledge Cafés

First Floor Room 6 (Capacity: 60)

Knowledge Cafés

14.00-14.55 Panel #1: Le paysage rural patrimonial, outil et projet au service de la lutte contre le réchauffement climatique

Papiers:

Giorgis -Le paysage, une démarche de projet …

Cornu -Environnement du patrimoine rural

Ambroise – Le paysage rural patrimonial …

 

Panel #2: Sustainable Rural Transformation

 

Papers:

O’Donnell – Farm and Forest Heritage

Malijani – Integrative Management Planning

Kurtuluş andGüçhan – Rural Transformation in Turkey

Track 5 Panel 12: Rural landscapes and urban development in Latin America – Identification, conservation and management

Papers:

Castriota & Adams, Rural landscapes Latin America

Calderón-Puente & Salcedo, Public policies and development

Mota et al, El Camino Tierra Adentro

Track 1: KC 1.2: Rights-Based Approaches in Rural Heritage – Principles and Practice Track 4 KC 4.2: “Principles Text” in Action in Outstanding and Ordinary Landscapes Track 2 KC 2.1: Connecting Practice ICOMOS and IUCN
15.00-15.55 Panel #8: Paradise under threat:  Safeguarding and enhancing the local cultural economy in rural landscapes of Mallorca, Crete, and Samoa

Papers:

Chifos – Tourism Dams and Greed

Deya –  Responsible Tourism

Aita and Menzies – Address Flood Threats

Track 4 Panel 9:

The Importance of Irrigation Systems in the Rural Landscape

Papers:

Fernandes Ar & Thatikonda Ar, Tank irrigation systems

Feng et al, Silk Road Water Systems

Tandon, Irrigation systems of Kangara

Track 5 Panel 10: Rural Heritage in Turkey: Different Contexts | Diverse Issues | Distinct Responses

Papers:

Ekici et al, Sustainability, Kemer, Turkey

Asrav & Altinoz, Local vs. Top Down Policies

Bulut et al, Multilayered Gaziköy

Track 5 KC 5.1:

Systemes et Methodes Traditionnels de Preservation                                        des Paysages Ruraux au Mali et en Afrique

Track 4 KC 4.4:

Building Multi-Cultural Understanding through Translation and Dialogue: Languages and Terminologies for ICOMOS IFLA-ISC CL Rural Landscapes Principles

Track 2 KC 2.2: Beyond the ‘war on nature’ and the ‘attacks on culture’: the CultureNature Journey through Rural Landscapes
16.00-16.30 Break + viewing of posters

 

16.30-17.45
  1. Rural Heritage Landscape & Beyond, Outcomes and the Way Forward Panel
  2. Summary of outcomes
  3. Key findings
  4. Future directions
  5. Open Discussion
17.45-17.55
  • Concluding remarks
  • Thanks
20.00-22.00 Gala Dinner