Educational material on activities implemented within the EU Grant for Sustaining the Rehabilitation of Cultural Heritage in the Western Balkans was produced with the aim of serving as informative tools that would assist beneficiaries in the process of selection of monuments and sites for the implementation of project activities, and enhance the capacity of National Task Forces. All the publications are available for download.
Three Information Packages, providing general information on the importance and relevance of activities of the EU Grant, along with illustrations of good practice and further references, were produced as an educational tool that promotes ideas and practices related to each activity within the EU Grant.
Information Package for Activity 1 - Urgent intervention or consolidation works aims to raise awareness about the existing tools and methods on preventive conservation, monitoring and maintenance strategies.download
Information Package for Activity 2 - Preliminary investigations to assess and identify the most valuable options for the rehabilitation of monuments and sites focuses on raising awareness about the importance of preliminary investigations;download
Information Package for Activity 4 - Preparation of site management plans with relevant training highlights the importance of management of cultural heritage sites that is followed with drawing up site management plans, and capacity building of the institutions responsible for cultural heritage management.download
Two Learning Packages, used as tools for raising awareness about existing tools and methods on preventive conservation, and about the significance of implemented activities have been produced and printed, thus contributing to enhancing the capacity of National Task Forces.
This publication represents educational material on Activity 1 within the EU Grant for Sustaining the Rehabilitation of Cultural Heritage in the Western Balkans with the aim of raising awareness about existing tools and methods on preventive conservation, highlighting the fact that a regular maintenance is always less costly than restoration. Therefore, it strives for a more preventive approach in the process of cultural heritage preservation.download
Learning Package on Activity 2 illustrates the kind of work done within the scope of six projects implemented within the Ljubljana Process, funded by the EU Grant for Sustaining the Rehabilitation of Cultural Heritage in the Western Balkans. It is an informative summary of the complex preliminary investigations, showing the types and methods used, and their importance for making accurate feasibility studies. It also contains illustrations of good practice examples and further references (website links).download