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INTO is a family of National Trusts

Families share values and look after each other; everyone matters – small and large – and our job is to help them all to do their very best work

Growing global capacity for conservation

The more people that share the values of heritage – of identity, memory, diversity, humanity – the more chance there is that protecting our heritage will become integral to our global society’s future

A voice for heritage

Our members have urged INTO to speak out more loudly and more often on behalf of the National Trust movement

Trust Kids!

Welcome to the Trust Kids! challenge - 25 things to do to explore, celebrate, preserve and share your cultural heritage

2019 INTO Conference in Bermuda

The National Trusts of the world gather every two years to exchange information and discuss important issues. In 2019 the 18th ICNT will be held in Bermuda. Registration for this event will open in the Spring of 2018.

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2019 Conference will be in Bermuda

The International Conference of National Trusts #18 The ICNT 2019 will take place in Bermuda, hosted by the National Trust of Bermuda. Details of this exciting conference will be posted very soon. Material from the exciting 2017 conference will be posted in the Archives section of the INTO conference website.

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INTO Programmes and Campaigns

INTO serves as an indispensable resource among National Trust and like-minded organisations, bringing people together to share information, best practices and inspiration. We offer an invaluable bank of knowledge and experience to strengthen existing National Trusts and similar bodies towards the achievement of their objectives, and to empower communities seeking to develop new Trust-like organisations.

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News from our Member Trusts

The INTO membership includes established organisations which have been practising heritage conservation for many years as well as new and developing Trusts. No one has all the answers and there is as much for the mature bodies to learn as the fledgling ones. Here a National Trust apprentice joiner from the UK shares experience on an INTO Working Holiday in Tongli, China.

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Our Amicus Programme

The INTO Amicus Programme brings together a very special group of individuals who care deeply about the important international work that INTO performs. Amicus members contribute financially in support of INTO and share in being a direct part of this special group.

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Our Latest Posts

  • Funding our future (Weekly blog, 15...

    A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
    I participated in the “Funding our future: Fundraising for heritage conservation” workshop in Bali. As I got some good feedback on my last blog (Too old and too boring) I thought I’d write a quick […]

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    Statement by Irina Bokova, Director...

    UNESCO Press release N°2017-113
    Statement by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO,
    on the occasion of the Withdrawal by the United States of America from UNESCO
    Paris, 12 October– After receiving official notification by the United States Secretary of State, Mr Rex Tillerson, as […]

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  • Young people and heritage (Weekly b...

    A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
    I very much enjoyed the ICNT workshop ‘Too old and too boring: How to involve young people in the heritage movement’.    At one stage I was going to present INTO’s ‘Trust Kids’ work and […]

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    National Trust for Canada – APT 2...

    Over 1000 people are registered for this year’s conference, it’s going to be to our biggest conference yet. Don’t miss out! You can still register this week.
    National Trust for Canada – APT
    2017 Joint Conference
    CAPITALizing on Heritage
    In association with the Canadian […]

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  • Conservation models (Weekly blog, 2...

    A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
    This morning I met a group of Flemish politicians, exploring ways of conserving their national heritage.
    Not surprisingly, they had sought a meeting with the National Trust (NTEWNI), which I was happy to be part of.  […]

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  • International exchange (Weekly blog...

    A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
    Time to share our most precious assets …
    The subject of international placements, exchanges and secondments came up often during the INTO Conference in Bali. At the closing ceremony Fiona Reynolds urged delegates to come forward […]

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  • 10th Anniversary of the Launch of t...

     
    INTO Associates, the Friends of Czech Heritage, will be celebrating their first ten years with a lecture in London on 26 October 2017.
    Christine Sitwell, Paintings Conservation Adviser for the National Trust (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) will talk about the […]

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  • Conference learning (Weekly blog, 1...

    A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
    Our biennial Conference ended yesterday. As I’m en route home, I’m posting my final day’s speech by way of a blog for today.  (More to follow!)
    Opening the 17th ICNT
    It’s good to share
    As we close the […]

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  • “Can the world’s special places...

    Ten years after being formed, INTO calls for greater support for special places at a time of massive climatic and political challenge
    On the 11th September 2017 National Trust leaders from around the world will gather in Bali, Indonesia, for the […]

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The overarching mission of INTO is to promote the conservation and enhancement of the cultural and natural heritage of all nations for the benefit of the people of the world

INTO is an international network of National Trusts and similar non-governmental organisations, globally diverse but united in a shared commitment to work through cooperation, coordination and comradeship. INTO works to develop and promote best conservation practices, increase the capacity of individual organisations, establish Trusts where they do not presently exist, and advocate in the interests of heritage conservation.

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