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Programme

Subject to changes; as of 7.12.2011.

1st Day / / / 8 DECEMbER 2011 / / / ewerk, bERLIn
  Facilitation throughout the Congress: Elke Frauns, Büro frauns
12.00 hrs Registration
14.00 hrs Start of the Congress
14.05 hrs Welcome address
Hilmar von Lojewski, Director General at the Senate Department for Urban Development and Environment, Berlin / Germany
14.25 hrs Opening speech
Rainer Bomba, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development / Germany
14.45 hrs … Ideas on the issue of cities
Jan Vogelij, Past president of the European council for spatial planners, ECTP-CEU / Netherlands
15.15 hrs Coffee break
15.45 hrs … Ideas on the issue of heritage conservation
Prof. Dr. Jörg Haspel, Director of Heritage Conservation Berlin / Germany
16.15 hrs … Ideas on the issue of culture
Suvi Innilä, Programme Director, Capital of Culture Turku 2011 / Finland
16.45 hrs

Introduction to the themes of the forums

Forum 1: Potentials
Dr. Terje Nypan, Royal Ministry of the Environment / Norway
Forum 2: Home and Hotel
Brian Smith, European Association of Historic Towns and Regions / UK
Forum 3: Networks
Matthias Ripp, World Heritage Manager, Regensburg / Germany
Forum 4: World Heritage
Dr. Birgitta Ringbeck, Delegate of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of
Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany at
the UNESCO World Heritage Committee / Germany

17.30 hrs End of the first day of the Congress
19.00 hrs

Evening function
Venue: Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Erich-Klausener-Saal, Invalidenstraße 44, 10115 Berlin

Welcome
Rainer Bomba, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development / Germany

Address
Prince Alexander of Sayn-Wittgenstein, Vice President Europa Nostra / Germany

   
2nd Day / / / 9 DECEMbER 2011 / / / ewerk, bERLIn
9.00 – 12.30 hrs The forums will all take place at the same time.
10.30 hrs Coffee break
 

Forum 1: Invest in the future – exploit the potential of built environment heritage

Facilitator:
Dr. Terje Nypan, Royal Ministry of the Environment / Norway

Speakers:

  • Prof. Michael Turner, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, UNESCO Chair, Jerusalem
  • Andis Cinis, Head of the Riga City Construction Board / Latvia (Speaker: Marite Straume RE&RE Ltd. / Latvia)
  • Stephan Dömpke, GIZ / CIM expert for the Gjirokastra World Heritage site / Albania
  • Dr. István Tarrósy. Ph.D. in political science, assistant professor / Hungary
 

Forum 2: Home and Hotel

Facilitator:
Brian Smith, European Association of Historic Towns and Regions / UK

Speakers:

  • Tomas Drdacky, ICOMOS Czech Republic, Prague / Czech Republic
  • Prof. Laurids Ortner, Ortner + Ortner, MuseumsQuartier Vienna / Austria
  • Biagia Bongiorno, Culture Department of the City of Hamburg / Germany
  • Vasyl Kosiv, Deputy Mayor for Humanitarian Affairs, City of Lviv / Ukraine
 

Forum 3: Acting in networks – allies for the built environment heritage

Facilitator:
Matthias Ripp, World Heritage Manager, Regensburg / Germany

Speakers:

  • Dr. Rosemarie Wilcken, German Foundation for Monument Protection / Germany
  • Barbara Crome, Ständige Vertretung Bundesrepublik Deutschland bei der EU / Belgium
  • Wolfram Günther, Leipzig City Forum / Germany
  • Dr. Marta Doehler-Behzadi, Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development / Germany
 

Forum 4: Integrated urban development for strengthening the World Heritage in Europe

Facilitator:
Dr. Birgitta Ringbeck, Delegate of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany at the UNESCO World Heritage Committee / Germany

Speakers:

  • Ewa Kipta, Municipal Administration of Lublin / Poland
  • Dieter Offenhäußer, German Commission for UNESCO / Germany
  • Francois Gondran, Head of Architecture and Heritage, Bordeaux / France
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Helmut Striffler, Architect and Honorary Chairman of Rheinkolleg e. V. / Germany
  • Dennis Rodwell, Architect and Planner Melrose / Scotland
12.30 hrs Lunch
14.00 hrs World Heritage international
Prof. Michael Turner, World Heritage Centre / France
14.30 hrs

Panel discussion:
The Heritage of the City – Europe's Future

Facilitator:
Elke Frauns, Büro frauns / Germany

Podium:

  • Dr. Birgitta Ringbeck, Delegate of the Standing Conference of the Ministers of
    Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany at the UNESCO World Heritage Committee / Germany
  • Sneska Quaedvlig-Mihailovic, Europa Nostra / Netherlands
  • Joachim Zeller, Member of the European Parliament / Germany
  • Prof. Michael Turner, World Heritage Center / France
  • Prof. Dr. Jörg Haspel, Landeskonservator Berlin / Germany, Vice President ICOMOS Germany
16.00 hrs Conclusion
Oda Scheibelhuber, Director General for Spatial Planning, Urban Development, Housing, Public Building Law at the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban
Development / Germany
17.00 hrs Guided tour of the Neues Museum, Berlin
   

 

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International Congress: The Heritage of the City - Europe's Future. New Opportunities through integrated urban Development, Berlin 2011

December 8/9, 2011

E-Werk, Wilhelmstraße 43, 10117 Berlin