In the framework of supporting Arab countries that are undergoing conflicts affecting their cultural heritage, ARC-WH in partnership with UNESCO office in Beirut (EU Project for emergency Safeguarding of the Syrian Cultural Heritage) and ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre in Sharjah org
At the invitation of the World Monuments Fund, Mr. Mounir Bouchenaki has been invited to be the keynote Speaker to Erbil on 1 and 2 June 2015 to participate in the graduation ceremony of 20 Iraqi participants in the training course “Conservation and Management of Cultural Heritage”.
The Blue Shield offers its unequivocal support for the United Nations Secretary General’s statements (26 May 2015). We agree that the only durable resolution to the current crisis in Yemen is an inclusive, Yemeni-led, peaceful transition process towards a negotiated political settlement.
The course "Risk preparedness and Risk Management" was launched after the welcome speech of the director of UNESCO in Beirut Dr. Haned Alhammami, the director of ICCROM Athar Dr. Zaki Aslan, the representative of DGAM in Syria Dr. Ahmad Deeb, and the representative of ARCWH Dr.
H.E Sheikha Mai Al Khalifa, President of the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage expressed its deep concern over the negative impact of hostilities upon the ancient archaeological sites in the city of Palmyra inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list.
Under the Patronage of the Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) the Embassies of Germany, Italy and France and the British Council in collaboration with the Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage (ARC-W
With the painful events in Syria escalating at an unprecedented pace leaving their tragic impact on the Syrian scene, our cultural heritage has been battling for almost five consecutive years to survive in spite of the massive destruction affecting our historical monuments, buildings and souks
The ARC-WH prepared and presented the report documenting the n
The Arab States Region continues to face tremendous challenges in r