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This year’s Summer University Cultural Property Protection focusses on structures, skills and procedures for the rescue of our cultural heritage. The week is part of the EU Interreg Central Europe project ProteCHt2save, which focusses on developing strategies to save our common cultural heritage in times of climate change induced natural catastrophes, especially floods and fire due to drought.
The one-week summer university allows students and experts to develop together the ideal model of a Cultural Heritage Rescue Team (CHRT) to be implemented in every country wishing to do so. Different working groups will deal with the structure and organisation of CHRTs as well as the skills and knowledge of the operators. In addition, short training sequences will focus on emergency evacuation and working in a crisis action staff.
- Venue: Monastery of Melk, Austria
- Date: August 27 to September 1 2018
- No participation fees
- For mandatory registration and further information: https://www.donau-uni.ac.at/de/department/bauenumwelt/veranstaltungen/id/26100/index.php
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Contact: Danube University Krems, Department for Building and Environment, Krems, AUSTRIA, +43(0)2732 893-2662, zkgsdonau-uni.ac.at, Mag. Dr. Anna Maria Kaiser, Tel.: +43 / 2732 / 893 - 2662, firstname.lastname@example.org