DIPLOMAzia2
February 10, 2017, at 10 am, ADR's Conference Room Roma 1, will be presented the Course on Cultural Heritage organized in synergy between IBAM, ICVBC, ISMA and ITABC as part of the multidisciplinary training program "Diplomazia2" held in close collaboration between the National Research Council, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.

More information:
Institute for the Conservation and Valorization of Cultural Heritage
Environment / climate change / resilience with particular attention to the Mediterranean area;
Management and use of food resources aimed at the sustainability of agriculture and forestry, and at the mitigation of the physical and biological impacts of climate change;
Governance of knowledge, management, preservation, enhancement and sustainable use of Cultural Heritage.
ICVBC (Institute for the Conservation and Valorization of Cultural Heritage, Sesto Fiorentino), with IBAM (Institute of archeological heritage - monuments and sites, Catania), ISMA (Institute for the Study on Ancient Mediterranean, Montelibretti), ITABC (Institute for technologies applied to Cultural Heritage, Montelibretti), is involved in “Governance of knowledge, management, preservation, enhancement and sustainable use of Cultural Heritage” (course number 3), under the responsibility of Dr. Sergio Ribichini.
ICVBC - AREA DI RICERCA CNR DI FIRENZE
Via Madonna del Piano, 10 - 50019 Sesto Fiorentino (FI)
Tel. 055 5225484 - Fax 055 5225483
DIPLOMAzia2 is the second edition of the training multi-sectoral program generated by an agreement between the National Research Council and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation aimed at training 30 young graduates and officials from the countries of North Africa, the Middle East and the Balkan Region.

As result of the close collaboration between the National Research Council and the General Directorate for Cooperation and Development, the initiative represents a further international policy instrument aimed at strengthening the dialogue and cooperation between countries through science and research. The selected young people will benefit from a training grant of six months financed by MAECI Directorate General for Development Cooperation (DGCS) and the activity will be carried out at those CNR research institutes involved in the program and whose missions relate to the three below-mentioned scientific fields: