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  • Welcoming Visitors to Your Community: Training Tour Guides and Other Hospitality Ambassadors

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    The first part of the booklet, published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, addresses the tangible and intangible benefits of tourism. The second part offers practical information about who should participate in the program; topics to include in training sessions; how to evaluate the program’s success; and how to continue to improve programs and services. […]

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  • Wooden Churches of Oltenia, Romania

    Posted on October 13, 2015 by in

    The 60 wooden churches in the counties of Hunedoara, Sibiu, Gorj, Vâlcea and other counties, all classified as historical monuments (categories A and B) are in an advanced state of decay, some of them in danger of collapse (according to research during 2007-2009). Field research has shown that about 80% of these churches are no […]

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  • Working with an Advocacy Coalition

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    Working with a coalition of advocates can greatly increase the chance of getting a preservation policy adopted or passed by a governmental body. This is a chapter from the National Trust for Historic Preservation‘s Advocacy Training Manual. Working with an Advocacy Coalition See also, the National Trust’s Advocacy Center Website.

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  • Working with Community Volunteers to enhance the decision-making powers of women

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by in

    Section 3 of this report published by the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda, includes information on the community volunteers, the rationale for using them, their intended functions, how they were selected and their daily work, drawing contrasts between urban and rural contexts and between male and female volunteers. Working with Community Volunteers to enhance the decision-making […]

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  • Working with volunteers – are we ready to get the most from the 21st Century Volunteer?

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by in

    The National Trust’s 2020 vision is to involve volunteers in all aspects of what we do.  We will only get there if all staff feel confident and capable of working with volunteers and local communities. Leadership in Volunteering (2014) A short guide for regional leadership teams and General Managers. The volunteering world is changing with many […]

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