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World Heritage Day - Shared Heritage

EWH celebrates World Heritage Day with a seminar looking at 'Shared Heritage'.


Apr 14, 2010

World Heritage Day is celebrated around the globe, and here in Edinburgh we are taking as our theme ‘Shared Heritage’. A series of speakers at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on Friday 16 April will explore the benefits the World Heritage Site can bring to all members of the community.

Keynote speaker:

James Rebanks, Rebanks Consulting - World Heritage Status: The Economic Gain - James Rebanks has recently completed ground-breaking research into the socio-economic value of World Heritage Sites. Using Edinburgh as one of his case studies, his work highlights the key benefits World Heritage status brings in terms of place-making, confidence, quality and distinctiveness.

Programme

10.00am Welcome, Professor Charles McKean, Chairman of Edinburgh World Heritage

10.05am Shared Heritage, Adam Wilkinson, Director, Edinburgh World Heritage

Scotland Street Tunnel Youth Project - Andrew MacRae

Looking Up! St Thomas of Aquin's School - Katie Hunter and Jennifer Payne

Coinyie House Close - Carol Duncan

10.40am Ruth Parsons, Chief Executive, Historic Scotland

11.00am Break

11.30am World Heritage Status: The Economic Gain, James Rebanks, Rebanks Consulting

12.00pm World Heritage and Public Value, Riccardo Marini, Design Leader, City of Edinburgh Council



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