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  • Secretariat News (September – November 2018) Latest news from the INTO Secretariat The big news this quarter is that our proposal to the Helen Hamlyn Trust has been approved and we have started the recruitment process for our new Deputy Secretary-General.  This exciting new capacity building programme will enable us to better support our members in the achievement of their objectives.  It ...
  • Petra National Trust We are delighted to welcome Petra National Trust to INTO! Petra National Trust (PNT) was established in 1989 as a Jordanian non-governmental organisation, which aims to promote and coordinate Jordanian and international efforts to preserve the unique combination of antiquities, natural environment and human traditions in the Petra region. PNT has worked to bring together people ...
  • INTO Europe: Learning and sharing workshop (5 November 2018) European collaboration was focus of INTO’s first ever round table discussion in London on 5 November.  INTO members, volunteers and supporters joined colleagues from the UK heritage sector to learn and share. (See the full programme here.) Why Europe? Well, for obvious reasons really.   But also because 2018 is European Year of Cultural Heritage.  And INTO has been ...
  • Capacity Building for the National Trust Ideal: A grant from the Helen Hamlyn Trust The Trustees of INTO are delighted to announce a new grant from the Helen Hamlyn Trust for £275,780, over the next three years, to support the “growth of the charity’s ability to catalyse and grow the international family of National Trusts and to develop and promote the charity’s global messages more visibly”. INTO Chairman, Dame Fiona ...
  • Launch of Kulturerbe Bayern, the Bavarian National Trust (Weekly Blog, 21 October 2018) A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General Next month I will be joining European colleagues to celebrate the establishment of Kulturerbe Bayern, the Bavarian National Trust. It’s a great pleasure to be part of the creation of a this new organisation.  Moreover an honour to have been invited to address the launch. Kulturerbe Bayern will take care of cultural ...
  • Joining Rempart at the Salon du Patrimoine on 27 October 2018 We are delighted to have been invited to participate in a debate hosted by INTO members, Union REMPART as part of the 2018 International Heritage Fair. Each year, REMPART offers to more than 3,500 people from France and abroad an experience of heritage through participatory, collective and civic action. Because heritage has no borders, REMPART and ...
  • Practitioners in Partnership, Monday 5 November 2018, 3-5pm at 20 Grosvenor Gardens We’ve been thinking a lot about partnership in the INTO office lately: partnerships with communities and stakeholders; the importance of working cross-sectorally (urban/rural; state/ngo; private/public); partnerships between INTO member organisations and what it means to be part of the wider INTO family. We no longer live in a ‘command and control’ world.   We live in the ...
  • Official launch of Innocastle and the first study visit in Romania Tuesday, 9 October 2018 Innocastle, an ambitious new European project dedicated to castles, manors and estates was launched last week, on the 2nd of October 2018 in Bucharest, Romania.  We are delighted to be part of this important partnership! At European level, many castles and manors have difficulties in maintaining or adapting themselves for the future . ...
  • HTHP Forum Seeking Articles About Intangible Heritage The Preservation Leadership Forum at the National Trust for Historic Preservation is soliciting article submissions for a forthcoming Forum Journal issue dedicated to intangible heritage. In our effort to represent all the histories that comprise the full American story, preservationists are learning how much of what we need to save is intangible. We must find ways ...
  • Secretariat News (July – September 2018) Latest news from the INTO Secretariat In June, Bill and Catherine joined the Trustees in New York, kindly hosted by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.   It was a great meeting but it was also wonderful to see something of the Trust’s operations (at Lyndhurst and the Philip Johnson Glasshouse) and meet some of their contacts ...
  • Volunteer position with CCFU in Uganda   In order to grow their heritage promotion and preservation activities across Uganda, the CCFU are currently recruiting a long-term volunteer … could it be you? Please see the attached terms of reference and do contact us or CCFU directly for further information.  
  • Magazine articles: INTO the news …   A few years ago, we worked with the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland to establish a regular column in their magazine.  The National Trust Magazine goes to all Trust members three times a year in spring, summer and autumn, and has a circulation of around 2.3 million households.   You can find more information at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/magazine. Each issue ...
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