Amsterdam as a historic urban landscape

L. Veldpaus, A.R. Pereira Roders

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Abstract

The growing and changing understanding of the nature of cultural heritage has an effect on global recommendations on heritage management. It is the challenging task for local governments to adapt and facilitate the implementation of these general recommendations in to their (sub) national policies, as well as to monitor their impact and reflect on implementation. Introducing the most recent ideas on heritage management into subnational policy is an ongoing process of adapting existing and/or developing new policy. To be able to do so in a substantiated manner, it is necessary to know the current state of urban (heritage) policy in relation to the new ideas. This research presents the results of a two-day workshop held at the city hall of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, testing the assessment framework that was developed to reveal the relation between the most recent global recommendations on heritage management and the policy in Amsterdam.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication8th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR2014) 9-12 September 2014, Hildesheim, Germany
Place of PublicationHildesheim, Germany
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventICCPR2014; 2014-09-09; 2014-09-12 - Hildesheim, Germany
Duration: 9 Sep 201412 Sep 2014

Conference

ConferenceICCPR2014; 2014-09-09; 2014-09-12
Country/TerritoryGermany
CityHildesheim
Period9/09/1412/09/14
OtherICCPR2014

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