Along with the Asian Academy for Heritage Management Secretariat at Southeast University, and the Beijing Cultural Relics Protection Association, UNESCO cordially extends to the public
At Ausheritage we acknowledge the continuing connections of traditional owners to Country across Australia and their Elders past and present. We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the concepts of voice, treaty and truth.
AusHeritage is a network of Australian cultural heritage management organisations, established by the Australian Government in 1996.
AusHeritage member Dr. Keir Reeves to present a paper at the Building Rural Tourism Resilience symposium organised by the Australian Government and the Australia-Japan Foundation.
Along with the Asian Academy for Heritage Management Secretariat at Southeast University, and the Beijing Cultural Relics Protection Association, UNESCO cordially extends to the public an invitation to join the international symposium, ‘The Next 50 Years: Challenges and Opportunities for World Heritage’, on 26-27 November 2022. Bringing together leading academics and practitioners to reflect on key challenges and opportunities for cultural heritage and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region, the symposium provides a timely opportunity to reflect on the 50th Anniversary of the 1972 Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972 Convention), and two decades