INTO Europe Region
News from the European Region
- What we learnt from the Europe Leaders Forum
An update from the World Travel & Tourism Council ‘ Europe Leaders Forum
What we learnt from the Europe Leaders Forum
Over 150 CEOs, Ministers and Travel & Tourism leaders gathered in Lisbon, Portugal, on 11 September for WTTC’s first ever Europe Leaders Forum, hosted by Turismo de Portugal.
Here are ten highlights from the event, including advice ...
- Amazing Amicus member receives NT Long Service Award
TREVOR JOHNSON INTO AMICUS
Trevor Johnson has been contributing to his community all his life. Over 15 years ago, Trevor decided to volunteer with the National Trust in the Shropshire Hills. Trevor joined the volunteer team at the Carding Mill Valley (near Church Stretton). The volunteer work that Trevor does is mostly countryside maintenance, trail maintenante, ...
- Brilliant Follies at Studley Royal
The National Trust property of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal is stunningly beautiful and it is a World Heritage Site. It receives about 600,000 visitors each year. There are so many reasons to visit this property. From now until November 4th there is an extra reason to visit.
Working with support of the Trust New Art, ...
- Fiona Reynolds’ presentation at the British School in Rome, 14 September 2016
In her presentation at the British School in Rome on 14 September, co-hosted by FAI, the Italian National Trust, Fiona Reynolds, Chairman of INTO, spoke about the role of public-private partnerships in heritage preservation.
Drawing on examples from across the world, Fiona highlighted the importance of partnership. “Since the very beginning,” she said “public and private ...
- Sustainable Futures for Europe’s Heritage in Cultural Landscapes:
REGISTER: ‘HERCULES: Applying a landscape approach to land-use science and policy’ – October 4, 2016, 09:00-13:00, Résidence Palace, Brussels
Check out the Agenda & Register now for the final conference of HERCULES project: Sustainable Futures for Europe’s Heritage in Cultural Landscapes: Applying a landscape approach to land-use science and policy
October 4, 2016 09:00-13:00 Résidence Palace – International Press ...
- The call for the Land and Soil Management Award 2016/17 is now open!
Apply now for the Land and Soil Management Award 2016/17!
About the Award The prize rewards land use and soil management practices mitigating soil threats i.e. soil degradation, erosion, reduction of organic matter content, diffuse contamination, and compaction as well as the reduction of soil biodiversity, salinization, sealing, flooding and landslides. In doing so, the award sheds light ...
- Anders Wall Award 2016/17: Celebrating rural entrepreneurs – open for applications!
Apply now for the Anders Wall Award 2016/17! Deadline: December 31
About the Award Anders Wall Foundation from Stockholm in association with the European Commission, Directorate General for the Environment, Brussels, the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry and the “Friends of the Countryside”, has decided to introduce an award for individuals who have made a ...
- Cyd Ynni (National Trust Wales initiated and supported network) wins the Community Energy Award 2016!
From Keith Jones
Last night in Oxford the National Trust Wales initiated and supported network “Cyd Ynni” was honoured by being awarded the collaboration award. Big thanks go to Grant Peisley at DEG for putting the network forward but the biggest thanks go to the 5 founding community companies of Cyd Ynni who are driving ...
- Who owns the Monuments?
International conference on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of National Trust of Slovakia on 9 November 2016 in Bratislava
This conference offers a forum for presenting and sharing the experiences and best practices of the National Trust movement and similar NGO, state or commercial initiatives on the topic of saving, preserving, restoring, managing, using and promoting heritage ...
- An update on the National Trust of Georgia, July 2016
After various meetings and conversations with the team hoping to establish a National Trust of Georgia, we were delighted to hear that they had been offered their first property, soon to be headquarters, in Tbilisi!
Their latest progress update reads “INTO have offered their guidance and experience in creating the Georgian Trust. A number of meetings and events have ...
- Celebrating 50 years of REMPART working holidays (Weekly blog, 10 July 2016)
A blog by Catherine Leonard, Secretary-General
I first came across REMPART at the Oslo Conference for Voluntary Organisations in the Field of Cultural Heritage in September 2000. Sabine Guilbert, who was International Relations Manager at the time, presented an organisation which brought together some 150 ngos to discuss issues and exchange experiences, and which promoted cultural ...
- A REMPART project is…
INTO Members, Association Rempart, celebrate their 50th anniversary on 11 July.
To mark this event, their General Assembly adopted the following text (translated from the original French) which we hope you will find inspiring:
A REMPART project is… (Text adopted by the General Assembly of the 15th of May 2016)
A REMPART project is : an ambition, an ...