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13 October 2010

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Along with six other schools from Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, Portugal and Turkey, La Rabière secondary school (Joué-lès-Tours) is taking part in the Comenius school partnership project "Our heritage: knowing it better and preserving it". In December 2012, the twenty or so pupils from the Comenius club and their teachers Sandrine Mallet and Elisabeth Wagner welcomed their partners to the Loire Valley.
At the closing event of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the World Heritage Convention, the historic town of Vigan (Philippines) was selected from among 28 nominees for the first official recognition of a best practice concerning the management of world heritage goods.
The Protected Agricultural Zone (ZAP) set up in Montlouis-sur-Loire to protect wine-making activity and vineyards has been internationally recognised by the network of European vineyards of the UNESCO World Heritage.
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30 April 2013

Outcomes of the VITOUR LANDSCAPE project

The European project VITOUR LANDSCAPE (2010-2012), led by the network of European world heritage vineyards, concluded with the publication of a European guide for protecting and promoting wine-making cultural landscapes and a report on best practice transfers.

28 February 2013

Mobilisation for the heritage of Mali

In liaison with the French government, on 18th February 2013 UNESCO organised a day of mobilisation for the international community in favour of safeguarding the heritage of Mali, which has been damaged over the months of occupation of the north of the country by Islamist groups. The Mission Val...

31 January 2013

European project Comenius on exploring and preserving heritage

Along with six other schools from Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, Portugal and Turkey, La Rabière secondary school (Joué-lès-Tours) is taking part in the Comenius school partnership project "Our heritage: knowing it better and preserving it". In December 2012, the twenty or so pupils from the Come...

20 December 2012

Monitoring land use in order to preserve winegrowing landscapes

As part of the VITOUR Landscape project, each partner European vineyard on the World Heritage list must test out the feasibility of transferring a given best practice. In the Loire Valley, Mission Val de Loire and the Cellule Terroirs Viticoles (CTV) have joined forces with the Loire-Anjou-Tourai...

20 December 2012

“Rivers are becoming everyone’s business”

The fleuves-et-patrimoines.fr website interviewed André Micoud, sociologist and President of the Maison du Fleuve Rhône, on how rivers are taken into account in today’s urban universe.

29 November 2012

Vigan, best practice in terms of managing a world heritage site

At the closing event of the 40th anniversary celebrations of the World Heritage Convention, the historic town of Vigan (Philippines) was selected from among 28 nominees for the first official recognition of a best practice concerning the management of world heritage goods.

29 November 2012

The Montlouis-sur-Loire ZAP scoops a VITOUR Award

The Protected Agricultural Zone (ZAP) set up in Montlouis-sur-Loire to protect wine-making activity and vineyards has been internationally recognised by the network of European vineyards of the UNESCO World Heritage.

14 November 2012

The "Niger, river and men" exhibition presented in the Loire Valley

Produced by UNESCO and put on display for the first time in 2011 at the Mali National Museum, this exhibition presents the findings of the project Niger-Loire: governance and culture. A key moment in the life of our rivers, it invites us to keep up the ties that have already been forged – now mor...

30 October 2012

The Mission Val de Loire in demand

The interregional syndicat mixte (joint venture between public authorities of various types) Mission Val de Loire, founded in 2002 by the Centre and Pays de la Loire Regions, has done all sorts of things over the past ten years to raise awareness, bring together and mobilise stakeholders of the L...

30 October 2012

Vade-Mecum "Heritage and decentralised cooperation"

The French National Association of Cities and Regions of Art and History and Cities in Safeguarded and Protected Areas coordinated the publication of this Vade-mecum (or pocket reference) at the request and in close partnership with the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and the Fren...

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