Cultural Resource Management

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A classical framework

Cultural Resource Management ⧉ encompasses a range of practices that aim to preserve and communicate cultural assets, tangible or intangible. Identifying the essential pillars to support this mission, managing cultural resources can include, but not be limited to, the following key dimensions:

The diverse nature of the elements associated with CRM, within the context of different geographic locations, cultures, and different stakeholders with oftentimes conflicting interests, can make the actual management process highly complex and resource-costly.

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World Heritage management

Beyond a country's view of local heritage, what new initiatives could improve the way humanity manages its assets around the globe? How do we treat local heritage?

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