This colloquium, held on 24 and 25 March 2022 in Paris as part of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, was intended to enable European heritage administrations, professionals and representatives of heritage civil society to share their experiences on the risks that threaten the various heritage sectors and to exchange good practices in a cross-cutting approach.

This symposium brought together experts, specialists and European and international personalities, representatives of heritage institutions (European Commission, Council of Europe, International Centre for the Study of the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, UNESCO, International Council of Museums, International Council of Monuments and Sites) and representatives of civil society.

Several themes were addressed, including the impacts of the health crisis, sustainable development or resilience, natural or climate change-related risks, risks related to day-to-day management, fire or man-made causes, the fight against illicit trafficking or damage to heritage, the over-use of tourism or the disappearance of certain know-how. 

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Proceedings of the symposium Heritage, architecture, archives, museums - what risks, what experiences in Europe?

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