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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Island Perspectives: Preservation, Sustainability, and the Environment
|As part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s PastForward digital conference:
Thursday 29th October 18:00 UTC + 1
From Bermuda, Saint Lucia, Puerto Rico and Haiti, hear how our speakers put sustainability at the heart of their work in an island context. Does caring for natural and cultural heritage together increase impact? Join us to hear from preservation leaders from islands across the Americas as they tell their stories and learn about the challenges and opportunities of working in these unique environments.
Alana Anderson (Chair)
President, Bermuda National Trust
Alana Anderson has been the president of the Bermuda National Trust since June 2017. Currently employed as an Assistant Vice President and Associate Underwriter in Hamilton, Mrs. Anderson has had a deep interest in the environment and Bermuda’s heritage and culture since childhood.
Director, Saint Lucia National Trust
Bishnu Tulsie has worked at the Saint Lucia National Trust since 2004, having started his professional career as a science teacher in his native Guyana. He has worked as a consultant for UN bodies, the EU and the Institute for Sustainable Development on climate change and sustainable development in the Caribbean.
Program Director, Haiti National Trust
Ingrid Henrys is Program Director for the Société Audubon Haïti/Haiti National Trust, which manages the the Grand Bois National Natural Park in Haiti. Ms Henrys has master’s degrees in international Agro-Development Engineering and Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation. She is currently completing a Diploma in Applied Permaculture Design with the International Permaculture University of Argentina. She was the head of the national sanitation department in Haiti, before having experiences with international NGOs in the agricultural and environmental sector.
Ivonne Sanabria Perez
Heritage Coordinator, Para La Naturaleza (Puerto Rico)
Para la Naturaleza’s mission is to protect and preserve Puerto Rico’s valuable ecological lands and treasured historical places. The organization looks to make transformative experiences in nature happen, protecting lands of high ecological value, encouraging people to take responsibility for our natural resources while pushing forward public policy for their protection.
Free to attend for INTO members.
In partnership with the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Culture in Crisis programme and the Indonesian Heritage Trust we hosted a two-part interactive event, exploring the Asian heritage sector’s response to urban development in the wake of COVID-19.
Watch the highlights from session 2: ‘Looking to the Future’
Chaired by Dame Fiona Reynolds, Chairman of INTO
Thant Myint-U, Founder of the Yangon Heritage Trust
Karni Jasol Singh, Director of Mehrangarh Museum Trust
HRH Princess Dana Firas, President of the Petra National Trust
There is also a summary of the Heritage and Pandemics series in this blog post “Six things we learned from our ‘Heritage and Pandemics’ webinar series“.
All of our webinars are available as recordings. Contact the INTO secretariat if you would like recordings of our past webinars.
Archive of previous webinars: