Come and hear experts from the INTO family of worldwide heritage trusts talk about their work.
In 2020, we’re programming a series of webinars on key themes for INTO members. Many of these will be delivered by returning TAP-INTO grant recipients.
Members will have the opportunity to hear about the exchange of expertise from each project, and ask questions.
See the schedule below for upcoming webinars and register to attend. Open to all INTO members.
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Planning for heritage: lessons from Fiji and Jersey
Creating destinations: tips for developing heritage sites that are harder to access
Elizabeth Erasito, Director, National Trust of Fiji
Charles Alluto, Director, National Trust Jersey
Karin Taylor, former Head of Planning at the National Trust (EWNI)
21.5.20 20:30 UTC+1
In the last six months, Karin Taylor has spent time on secondment to the National Trusts of Fiji and Jersey, advising on planning in both the natural and built environments.
In this webinar, she is joined by the Directors of both organisations for a discussion on the vital role that planning plays in the work of National Trusts worldwide, from the settings of Fijian sand dune sites to interventions in the island-wide planning policy of Jersey.
We will also use the opportunity to understand the extent to which learning from one trust can be applied in another – is a one size fits all approach appropriate?
Kara Roopsingh, Senior Heritage Officer, National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago
Clea Warner, General Manager Highlands and Islands, National Trust for Scotland
23.6.20 16:00 UTC+1
In 2019 National Trust for Trinidad and Tobago hosted Clea Warner as part of a TAP-INTO project.
Seeing potential in their island sites as places of self-sufficiency capable of drawing in the crowds, NT T&T were keen to find ways to celebrate these underused heritage assets.
In this Webinar, hear expertise about creating a destination that people will purposely set out to discover, even if they have to get on a boat to do so. Examples will originate in sites from Scotland’s Highlands to the tropical archipelago of Trinidad and Tobago.