20/06/2018, 10:00 - 13:00
Soltauer Str. 18-22, 13509 Berlin
Endangered Heritage / Endangered Values panel debate is organized and hosted by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD) in Berlin, an organization with Role & Mission to extend current research, programs and practices in the field of cultural diplomacy and create a platform to promote and sustain inter-cultural dialogue at all levels. In this framework the ICD is holding events to raise awareness of cultural communities, conducting international and interdisciplinary conferences and debates highlighting the actors and various approaches related to the field.
Focused around this year’s “7 Most Endangered” Cultural Heritage Sites- list, the panel debate aims to present and discuss the problematic of these sites as well as to open the debate on topics of :
- The importance of National Cultural Heritage sites to the whole European and International Community
- To challenge the assumption of shared heritage leading to shared values
- To debate the role and the responsibility of governments, private sector and civil society in preserving the sites
- To reflect on How Cultural heritage as a common issue should be countered through a common project as an attempt of building “common identity” for a “common heritage”
Speakers ranging from leading politicians, senior diplomats, senior academics, cultural heritage experts, journalists,to students will gather to discuss the importance of Cultural Heritage and its impact on the national and European levels.
All panel debate participants will be awarded an official certificate of attendance upon completion of the program, which will provide details of the speakers who took part and the topics discussed.
The event is open to the public, free of charge. Please register for the event:
The event is conducted in English.