CIE — Centre for International Heritage Activities — is an independent, non-profit organization for international knowledge exchange about the heritage of the European expansion and international heritage cooperation.
CIE is involved in the management of international heritage programmes and stimulates academic research on the heritage of the European expansion.
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We need your help! CIE is raising funds for Tanzania's Maritime and Underwater Cultural Heritage
The MUCH sites along Tanzania’s coast contain a unique representation of ancient local maritime tradition together with the more recent melting-pot of cultures from Africa, the Middle East, Far East and Europe. By supporting the MUCH programme, you are contributing to the protection of heritage and to the future of many local partners and communities. Read more in our MUCH section or download the brochure.
CIE COURSE: Into the project design, Focus on Maritime Cultural Landscape
CIE is organizing a new set of outreach activities for 2013.
Find more on our next course: /sites/default/files/content/brochurecorso-ciedef.pdf
The CIE coordinates a Programme in Afghanistan which consists of the rehabilitation of the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul and the renovation of the Bagh-e JehanNama Palace in the North.
The CIE has implemented several training, capacity building programs appropriate for a number of countries, and taking into consideration the requirements of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.
Report available on What is the Value of your Heritage?
On 8 March 08, 2013, together with Kochi-Muziris Biennale CIE held a symposium on "What's the Value of your Heritage?". Aim of the day was to explore the perspectives on heritage as a tool for economic development. The uses of tourism as a means to maintain and preserve heritage assets took a clear focus point in the panel discussion, which took place after the presentations.
The Hindu Business Line wrote a short article about this event, click here to read this article on their website.
Report available on discussions Ghanaian Dutch heritage.
On 15 February Round Table discussions took place at the National Museum of Accra, Ghana focussing on heritage management and Ghanaian-Dutch Heritage Cooperation. These discussions were being organized by the Ghana Museums and Monuments Board, Ricerca e Cooperazione, the University of Pavia and CIE, and took place in the context of the Netherlands Week in Ghana, organized by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Accra.
To find out more about the Ghanaian-Dutch Mutual heritage click here.