ICOMOS Scientific Committee on Shared Built Heritage
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1998-09 Stockholm Sweden
Sep 1998, Stockholm (Sweden), when statutes were adopted; a committee of B-XB1748 - International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). Original title: ICOMOS Scientific Committee on Shared Colonial Architecture and Town Planning -- Comité scientifique de l'architecture et urbanisme coloniaux partagés de l'ICOMOS. Also referred to as International Scientific Committee on Shared Built Heritage (ICSBH).
Identify and value/revalue monuments, sites and landscapes of mutual heritage; stimulate and pioneer preservation and restoration/renewal projects; encourage integration into planning and development programmes; publish and present results of research, design and advisory work; provide technical assistance in relevant territories and sites.
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