[INCORE Information] Seminar: The Role of Heritage in Post-conflict Reconstruction
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INCORE Announcement - 26/Feb/2013
Seminar: The Role of Heritage in Post-conflict Reconstruction
The Role of Heritage in Post-conflict Reconstruction: Reflecting on the translation of research into policy statements and the implications
Tuesday 12 March 2013
In this seminar, Marie Louise Stig Sorensen (University of Cambridge) will outline the role of heritage in post-conflict reconstruction efforts, and identify the challenges encountered when attempting to translate research into policy statements and recommendations.
The seminar will be held at NICVA, 61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast, from 12:00-13:00, followed by a sandwich lunch.
Everyone is welcome, and the seminar is free. However, places must be booked by emailinfo at ark.ac.uk<mailto:info at ark.ac.uk>, or by telephone 028 7167 5513.
This seminar is organised jointly by ARK and INCORE, University of Ulster.
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