ICNT 16 Cambridge in 2015

In September 2015 the National Trusts of the world assembled in Cambridge England as guests of the National Trust (England, Wales and Northern Ireland).

ICNT 17 Will Be In Bali September 2017

Our Cultural Heritage, the Key to Environmental Sustainability

ICNT 17 Will Be In Bali September 2017

Our Cultural Heritage, the Key to Environmental Sustainability

ICNT 17 Will Be In Bali September 2017

Our Cultural Heritage, the Key to Environmental Sustainability

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Amazing, Informative Field Sessions

At ICNT we take our members into the field for fascinating demonstrations, discussion and hands on learning. We share and we inspire!

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JOIN US IN BALI IN 2017

Our Cultural Heritage, the Key to Environmental Sustainability. Bali, 11-15 September 2017

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Thank you to our Sponsor

BPPI (Badan Pelestarian Pusaka Indonesia / Indonesian Heritage Trust) was established by the Indonesian Network for Heritage Conservation (BPPI) comprised of representatives from local heritage organizations and universities, practitioners and heritage activist on 17 August 2004 in Jakarta. BPPI’s vision is “Safeguarding Sustainability of the Indonesian Heritage” aimed to establish historical path documentation of Indonesian civilization as a nation that has a high level of culture.

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Thank you to our Sponsor

Gianyar is a regency in the Indonesian province and island of Bali. It is the heartland of Bali’s crafts production, where the weaving, plaiting, and wood-and-stone carving industries are major employers. The town Gianyar is the regency’s administrative capital, but Ubud is the cultural capital, and most populous town.

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    Request for Papers...

    REQUEST FOR PAPERS
    The organisers seek papers covering the following themes:
    •– Cultural Heritage and Economic Creativity
    •– Living Tradition and Intangible Heritage
    •– People and Environment in harmony
    These should cover case studies and best practices in sustainable development from diverse perspectives. These papers […]

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    Registration Fee Schedule now set. ...

    Conference Registration Fees
    Early Bird – Prior to 30 April 2017
    INTO Member US$300
    Non-member US$350
    Student US$110
    After 30 April 2017
    INTO Member US$350
    Non-member US$425
    Student US$140
    Note: Bursaries will be based on Early Bird Fees.
    AMICUS Members qualify for the INTO Member registration fees.
    Payment is NOT required […]

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    BPPI has produced the first ‘Conference Booklet’ which is now available for download in PDF format. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Continue Reading →

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Read what some of them have to say about previous ICNTs

The INTO conference is hands-down the best investment I make in my own personal and professional development, and in finding new ideas for my National Trust. Over the course of a few days, I meet with dozens of peers facing similar challenges and doing great work around the world

Natalie Bull (Canada)

I have attended all ICNT meetings since Washington DC in 2005. Every one of them has been an amazing experience. I highly recommend ICNT to anyone who cares about the work of National Trusts.

Bill Turner

I attended the conferences in Dublin, Ireland; Victoria, Canada; and Cambridge, England. Each time we all came away knowing just how connected our concerns are in the face of Climate Change, Limited Financial Support, the need for Partnerships, and Threats which could destroy that which we seek to preserve and protect. Also, the camaraderie of the participants grows with the quality of conference activities: i.e. lectures, workshops, tours, architecture, landscape, gardens, exhibits, decorative arts, ethnic costumes, many languages, and of course many delicious feasts and receptions. I plan to see all my INTO and ICNT colleagues once again in Bali, Indonesia

Peter Dessaier