Information about the conference
When: 11-14 October 2022
Where: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
What: networking, training, workshopping and agenda setting on Cultural Heritage and Spatial Planning, Democratisation, Inclusivity, Migration, Multicultural Society, Digitisation and Climate Change
Who: students, juniors and seniors, professionals and academics. Contributors include Rodney Harrison, Ana Pereira Roders, Mike Turner, Els Verbakel, Sam Turner, Graham Fairclough, Linde Egberts, Gert-Jan Burgers, Pieter Wagenaar,
Ola Wetterberg, Maria Segarra Lagunes, Henk Scholten and Niels van Manen
You are cordially invited to the international conference on Cultural Heritage and Spatial Planning, organised by the EU Marie Curie Innovative Training Network HERILAND. Since 2019, Heriland has offered training to 15 PhD researchers at six universities across Europe and Israel. They have studied heritage through the lens of spatial planning and with an eye to major societal challenges such as Democratisation, Inclusivity, Migration, Multicultural Society, Digitisation and Climate Change.
At the conference, the Heriland consortium will share its findings with an international audience of academic and societal partners, including EU officials, Unesco chairs, policymakers and businesses. The goal is to set an international agenda for training, research and policy in the field of heritage and spatial planning.
The programme consists of high-profile keynotes, training sessions interactive workshops, networking and job matching sessions and a public debate There are special training programmes for MA-/PhD-students and young professionals.