• A special greeting

    Posted on March 18, 2019 by in Conference 2019

    Michael Douglas, international movie star and producer, will welcome ICNT delegates. The son of American movie-legend Kirk Douglas and Bermudian actress Diana Dill, Michael and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones lived and raised their children in Bermuda for 10 years. He told Forbes: “My mom’s family has been in Bermuda pretty much since the island was […]

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  • About Project Wild Thing Master class

    Posted on March 5, 2019 by in Conference 2019, Speakers

    This is a very special workshop session hosted by David Bond

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  • Celebrating excellence!

    Posted on March 5, 2019 by in Conference 2019

    The winners of the INTO 2019 Excellence Awards will be announced at a special ceremony at ICNT 2019 in Bermuda. Awards will be made in four categories: Open to All, Open House, Opening Minds, and Open for Business. Overall submissions were of a high quality and the Jury had in-depth discussions over the winners in […]

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  • 10 things you need to know BEFORE you come to Bermuda

    Posted on March 4, 2019 by in Conference 2019, Questions and Answers, Venue

    With about three weeks to go before ICNT 2019 launches in Bermuda, here’s some information to help make your visit as smooth and seamless as possible. Sign up! You may have bought your airline tickets and booked your hotel room – but not yet registered as a delegate at ICNT. We urge you to ensure […]

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  • An overview of our locations

    Posted on February 22, 2019 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    If you’d like to have a better idea of where your days in Bermuda will be spent in March, have a look at the interactive map of Bermuda!

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  • Princess Dana to speak at ICNT

    Posted on February 22, 2019 by in Speakers

    Princess Dana Firas is to join the stellar line-up of speakers at next month’s ICNT in Bermuda. President of the Petra National Trust, Jordan’s oldest national non-governmental organisation in the field of heritage protection and preservation, she has been working for more than two decades to promote cultural heritage preservation, education and sustainable development in […]

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  • A story of suffering and courage

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Conference 2019

    Mary Prince may not be an international household name – but she had a significant role in British as well as Bermudian history. Her beginnings were humble in the extreme: she was born about 1788 in Bermuda. Her mother was a household slave and her father, a “sawyer”, belonged to a ship builder. After living […]

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  • Your chance to explore

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Conference 2019

    Opportunities to discover more about ICNT host country Bermuda are now available for sign-up. If you’re tempted to head to an island restored to its pre-colonial state or explore the big little capital city of Hamilton, and much more, please click on the following link. ICNT Pre and Post Conference Excursions

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  • To the top of the hill

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Conference 2019, Venue

    Queen Elizabeth II has a representative in Bermuda, the Governor John Rankin. As Patron of the Bermuda National Trust Governor Rankin will officially open the ICNT – with real fanfare. He’s also inviting everyone back to his house for drinks! Photo credit: The Bermuda Society But this is not just any house. Government House is […]

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  • David J. Brown

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by in Speakers

    David J. Brown, Executive Vice President and Chief Preservation Officer with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, oversees the organization’s National Treasure, Historic Sites, ReUrbanism, and Leadership Advocacy efforts. David successfully led the NTHP’s work on a Vision for Preservation’s Future (2017) and the $135 million Campaign for America’s Historic Places (1999-2003). He has also […]

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