International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM)
Centre international d'études pour la conservation et la restauration des biens culturels
1958-05 Rome Italy
Established May 1958, Rome (Italy), on coming into force of statutes approved, 5 Dec 1956, Delhi (India), at 8th session of General Conference of B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Present Statutes adopted 21 Oct 1993, Rome; amended 12 Apr 1973. Official acronym 'ICCROM' adopted by 10th General Assembly, Apr 1979. Statutes registered in 'UNTS 1/22032'.
Provide Member States with tools, knowledge, skills and enabling environment for preserving cultural heritage in all its forms for the benefit of all people.
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