From 9 to 11 November, the international congress to reflect on “Heritage, a shared responsibility” is being held in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
One of the panels of the congress is organised by Hispania Nostra with the collaboration of the OEI, Organisation of Ibero-American States, presented by Raphael Callou, Director General of Culture of the OEI, and moderated by Natalia Armijos, specialist in Cooperation in Ibero-America, and with the participation of Assumpció Hosta, Secretary General of AEPJ, together with Maria Gabriela Santibañez, President of ICOMOS Argentina, and Adrià Terol, cultural manager of the Cemeteries Route.
The debate revolved around the European cultural routes as a source of cultural and economic development of the territories and their repercussion on civil society. Another of the aspects to be highlighted was the interrelation between the European cultural routes and their link with their homonymous programmes in Ibero-America.
Over the course of three days, a large number of people gathered to reflect on the importance of the use and conservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, with a large group of specialists from all over the world.
For more information, please consult the full programme at https://www.hispanianostra.org/evento/congreso-de-santiago/2023-11-09/