The deadline for this exciting voluntary job opportunity has changed to 5 November.
Could you provide expert, independent pro bono advice for the UK’s National Commission for UNESCO on national and international culture policy? Would you like to work with the UK’s UNESCO designations, with the UK government, UNESCO and its member states?
The UK National Commission for UNESCO is inviting applications for a Non-Executive Director with expertise and experience in the field of Culture. The role is signed-off by the Secretary of State.
Please review the material at unesco.org.uk/vacancies
Thanks to the generous support of these sponsors, World Heritage UK is able to keep the costs of delegate’s attendance affordable at its latest conference ‘Setting the Scene for World Heritage’, at the Tower of London, 15th and 16th October 2018. This is the 4th annual conference of the charity organisation and it promises to be the most compelling yet, not just for the prestigious venue in the city of London but also for the controversial nature of its subject matter. Development in and around World Heritage Sites is often in the news and here will be discussed such topical places as Stonehenge and its road issues, plans affecting the sites in Liverpool and London with tall buildings and other factors, plus many more examples from around the UK and its Overseas Territories. The event is already attracting international interest so best secure your tickets soon to avoid disappointment. You can register for the conference here