Australia ICOMOS E-Mail News No. 1001

NEW ITEMS

  1. NEW ITEM: Australia ICOMOS member Sheridan Burke elected to ICOMOS Advisory Committee 2021-2024
  2. NEW ITEM: Government signs First Nations alliance partnership
  3. NEW ITEM: Terri Janke, ‘Working with Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property: An Introduction to the True Tracks ICIP Protocols’ | The Mint, Sydney and online | 9 December, 6-7pm AEDT 
  4. NEW ITEM: City of Hobart releases Central Hobart Precinct Discussion Paper | Community consultation closes 10 December
  5. NEW ITEM: Forthcoming publication: Management Planning for Cultural Heritage, by Ken Taylor & Giulio Verdini

AUSTRALIA ICOMOS | ICOMOS MEMBER ITEMS

TALKS / EVENTS / WORKSHOPS / FORUMS

CONFERENCE / SYMPOSIUM CALL FOR PAPERS & OPEN REGISTRATIONS

COURSES / AWARDS / GRANTS PROGRAMS / OTHER – CALL FOR APPLICATIONS / NOMINATIONS / SUBMISSIONS / EOIs

SITUATIONS VACANT / WANTED

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NEW ITEMS

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1. NEW ITEM: Australia ICOMOS member Sheridan Burke elected to ICOMOS Advisory Committee 2021-2024

Australia ICOMOS  congratulates  Sheridan Burke, ISC on 20th Century Heritage, on her election to the ICOMOS Advisory Committee 2021-2024.

The new Advisory Committee has been elected for the 2021-2024 mandate during the 2021 Advisory Committee meetings in accordance with Article 117 of the ICOMOS Rules of Procedure.
The Advisory Committee is composed of the Presidents of National and International Scientific Committees – and advise the Board on the priorities and directions of the program.

Advisory Committee 2021-2024
President: Mikel Landa, ISC on Wood
Vice-President: Christophe Rivet, ICOMOS Canada
National Committees Officers: Deirdre McDermott, ICOMOS Ireland & Ishanlosen Odiaua, ICOMOS Nigeria
Scientific Council Officers: Sheridan Burke, ISC on 20e Century Heritage & Nitin Ranveer Sinha, ISC on Legal, Administrative and Financial Issues

A big thank you to the outgoing Officers of the Advisory Committee 2018-2021
Douglas Comer, Advisory Committee Vice-President 
Tiong Kian Boon, National Committees Officer
Christer Gustafsson, Scientific Council Officer

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2. NEW ITEM: Government signs First Nations alliance partnership

The Australia Government has announced a partnership with the First Nations Heritage Protection Alliance.

  • The media release is available here
  • A transcript of the press conference with the MPs Sussan Ley and Ken Wyatt is available here

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3. NEW ITEM: Terri Janke, ‘Working with Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property: An Introduction to the True Tracks ICIP Protocols’ | The Mint, Sydney and online | 9 December, 6-7pm AEDT 

Dr Terri Janke is presenting: ‘Working with Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property: An Introduction to the True Tracks ICIP Protocols’

Dr Terri Janke is a Wuthathi/Meriam woman and international authority on Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP). In 2000, she set up the award-winning legal firm Terri Janke and Company which today has a broad and diverse client base including Indigenous and non-Indigenous creatives, entrepreneurs, businesses and government departments. The firm specialises in Commercial Law and leads the way in ICIP protocols and Indigenous engagement for various sectors including the arts, museums and galleries, film and business. Terri is also an author of fiction and non-fiction, her most recent book True Tracks: Respecting Indigenous knowledge and culture came out in 2021.

When: Thursday 9th December 6-7pm

Where: Online and in-person at the Mint, Sydney – Register here

The First Nations Speaker Series is a collaboration among GML Heritage, Research Centre for Deep History at the ANU, and Sydney Living Museums. The series creates space for a range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to talk about history, heritage and culture.

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4. NEW ITEM: City of Hobart releases Central Hobart Precinct Discussion Paper | Community consultation closes 10 December

The City of Hobart would love to hear from you about the future of Central Hobart, as we embark on a period of transformation for our city.

The City recently released its Central Hobart Precinct Plan Discussion Paper to help inform conversations about the future of Central Hobart. The paper considers topics related to Central Hobart’s land use, built form, public realm, connectivity and investment.

Your ideas and experiences can help to shape the future of Central Hobart, as we embark on a period of transformation for our city. We need to hear from our community organisations, and our industry leaders in architecture, planning, transport, the arts, heritage, property development and business so that we can protect and enhance what we love most about Hobart. The next era in Central Hobart’s evolution will be defined by embracing opportunities for growth that is aligned with our community vision.

We encourage you to join the conversation and make your voice heard before 10 December by:

  • Reviewing the Discussion Paper
  • Completing our online survey
  • Providing feedback on behalf of your organisation by uploading a formal submission or sending an email to coh@hobartcity.com.au

Please visit the Your Say Hobart project page for more information and feel free to distribute this email to your networks.

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5. NEW ITEM: Forthcoming publication: Management Planning for Cultural Heritage, by Ken Taylor & Giulio Verdini

Ken Taylor and Giulio Verdini would like to announce the forthcoming publication of their book on cultural heritage management, theory and practice in an international context, Management Planning for Cultural Heritage: Places and their significance.

For more information and to purchase, visit the publisher’s website.

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AUSTRALIA ICOMOS | ICOMOS MEMBER ITEMS

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UPDATED: ICOMOS-UNESCO-IPCC Co-Sponsored Meeting on Culture, Heritage and Climate Change | 6-10 December 2021

The ICOMOS-UNESCO-IPCC Co-Sponsored Meeting on Culture, Heritage and Climate Change is happening between December 6 and 10, 2021.

This meeting will bring together nearly 100 experts from the fields of cultural and natural heritage and climate science to take stock of the state of knowledge regarding connections of culture and heritage, establish a baseline of reference and gaps in knowledge regarding these connections, and to build new conversations and collaborations. It will also support future research and action in climate science, adaptation, and mitigation.

The meeting will include a public opening ceremony and three plenaries held during the week which will be open to ICOMOS members:

  • Monday 6 December, 13:00-15:00 CET 
  • Wednesday 8 December, 14:00-15:00 CET
  • Friday 10 December, 14:00-15:00 CET

They will be available via the project website here.

If you would like to attend, please keep these dates and times free and register to the session of your choice using the following link: https://www.cultureclimatemeeting.org/virtual-conference-schedule/

UPDATE: The meetings are being recorded, so if you wish to see the meetings but don’t want to stay up all night, you can watch the proceedings later at a more convenient hour on the project website: https://www.cultureclimatemeeting.org/.

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National Scientific Committee on Industrial Heritage: call for new members | deadline 10 December 2021

The NSC on Industrial Heritage aims to be a voice for industrial heritage advocating for the preservation, conservation, investigation, documentation, research and interpretation of Australia and the region’s industrial heritage.

The NSC on Industrial Heritage is calling for new members. Any ICOMOS/TICCIH member with established or emerging expertise and interest in the field of industrial heritage may apply.

Non ICOMOS/TICCIH members can apply in the Affiliate category.

Membership categories are:

  • Expert member – member of either ICOMOS or TICCH with a high level of expertise
  • Affiliate member -non Australia ICOMOS members who are engaged in activities relevant to the objective of the NSC and who can contribute to its work, or early career ICOMOS or TICCIH members with a strong interest who wish to develop expertise in Industrial Heritage.

If you are interested, please visit the NSC IH page on the Australia ICOMOS website for more information. To apply, please complete an application form and include a brief CV.

Date applications due: 10 December, 2021

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TALKS / EVENTS / WORKSHOPS / FORUMS

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AICCM Agents of Change series- Isolation and the silver linings, webinar | 9 December 2021, 7pm-9pm AEDT

Isolation and the silver linings – How do we prevent isolation becoming the 11th risk?

Through the isolated filter we see the faults in the profession and we have challenged five experts from our profession to create a new environment for the conservator of the future.

We have determined three key elements within the overarching theme of isolation,  – Collaboration, Education and Sustainability. These themes intersect, overlap and influence each other.  How do we approach these themes with hope, positivity and clear direction for the conservator of the future?

The format of the evening will be a panel discussion engaging the speakers and audience to dissect and debate the themes and create opportunities for our profession.

Thursday 9 December 2021
7pm-9pm AEDT

FREE EVENT

Register Here

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CONFERENCE / SYMPOSIUM CALL FOR PAPERS & OPEN REGISTRATIONS

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Erich-Mendelsohn-Symposium, Berlin, 21-22 March 2022: Call for papers | deadline 20 December 2021

Erich-Mendelsohn-Symposium is planned to be held on 21-22 March 2022 in Berlin.

The two-day symposium will take place in the Chamber of Architects (Architektenkammer) Berlin, the former Metalworker´s Union building in Berlin (Alte Jakobstraße 149, 10969 Berlin), realized by Erich Mendelsohn 1928-30. The lectures will be preceded by a day excursion to Mendelsohn´s buildings in Berlin and Brandenburg, including the Einstein Tower in Potsdam, and the Mendelsohn Collection in the Art Library Berlin (Kunstbibliothek). On the occasion of Mendelsohn’s 135th birthday on 21st March 2022, a cinema evening is planned with movies about the life and work of Erich Mendelsohn.

Please find the call for presentations here.

Abstracts of no more than 500 words should be sent to Mendelsohn@Icomos.de (supplementary
short CVs desired) by 20 December 2021 at latest.

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Call for Abstracts – 5th International Conference of Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism | Deadline 30 January 2022 

The organising committee of the 5th International Conference on Contemporary Affairs in Architecture and Urbanism (ICCAUA 2022) is inviting participation in this recently emerged platform of exchanging ideas and research studies. The ICCAUA 2022 conference will be held online at Alanya HEP University/Alanya/Turkey, on 11-13 May 2022. For this year’s conference, we will focus on Architecture and Technology, Sustainability and Urban Design, Heritage and Cultural Landscapes, Habitat Studies and Infra Habitation and Civil engineering.

Please see the extended topics of the conference.

Deadline for abstract submission is 30 January 2022.

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COURSES / AWARDS / GRANTS PROGRAMS / OTHER – CALL FOR APPLICATIONS / NOMINATIONS / SUBMISSIONS / EOIs

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WA Heritage Council Heritage Grants Program – applications close 10 December

The WA Heritage Council’s Heritage Grants Program is now open for applications. The program offers funding assistance to projects that conserve or celebrate State Registered Heritage places, and supports investment in the preservation of WA’s rich history. The Minister for Heritage announced the opening of the program on 30 September, the full media release can be read here.

More information on the Heritage Grants Program, including how to apply, can be found at the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website.

Applications close at 4pm, Friday 10 December.

Contact: Emily Craig-Wadham, Senior Heritage Grants Administrator
Phone enquiries: (08) 6552 4031
Email enquiries via this address

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Advanced Masters in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions | applications close 20 January 2022

After 10 years of European funding, 430 students from 70 countries, applications for the Advanced Masters in Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions are opened up to January 20, 2022. This is the leading international course on conservation of heritage structures, winner of the 2017 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage “Europa Nostra”, and a unique opportunity to meet people from all over the world.

This Master Course, which is running its 15th edition, is organized by a Consortium of leading European Universities/Research Institutions in the field, composed by University of Minho (coordinating institution, Portugal), the Technical University of Catalonia (Spain), the Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic), the University of Padua (Italy) and the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic).

The course combines the most recent advances in research and development with practical applications.

A significant number of scholarships, ranging from 4,000 to 13,000 Euro, are available to students of any nationality.

Please find full details on the MSc programme, as well as electronic application procedure, on the SAHC website.

Visit also the SAHC blog  and LinkedIn.

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SITUATIONS VACANT / WANTED

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NEW SITUATION VACANT Heritage Consultant | Artefact Heritage Services | Newcastle/ Maitland/Hunter area | DEADLINE: 9am, 6 December

About Artefact
At Artefact we create great heritage outcomes. While we know worthwhile things are not always easy, we believe innovative thinking and solid advice from our exceptional team will lead to solutions that engage and empower our clients.

We strive to support each other, achieving empowerment both as individuals and together as a team. This is how we grow our unique culture. We recognise that work should be rewarding, challenging and fun. Career is such a big part of life why not make it count? Especially when we love what we do. We are looking for people who are curious, collaborative and brave to help create a company that works, lives and plays by its values every day. For more detailed information on who we are and what we do visit our website here.

About the role
The position involves working effectively within small teams. These teams are responsible for the provision of Cultural Heritage Management services to a variety of clients and for completing projects on time and to budget. As a Heritage Consultant you will, under direction, provide technical advice, assistance and services to a wide range of clients, from individual homeowners to large corporations. For more information about this opportunity, click here.

Applications close 9am AEDT, Monday 6 December 2021

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NEW SITUATION VACANT Heritage Consultant | Urbis | Melbourne | DEADLINE: 31 December

We are seeking a Heritage Consultant with a strong client focus and excellent communication skills to join our Melbourne practice as part of the wider national heritage team. We are looking for someone with a passion for built heritage who is wanting to develop their career. You will have the opportunity to be work across a diverse range of projects, contributing to reports and providing advice to our clients.

For more information on this position, and to apply, please click here.

Applications close  31 December 2021

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NEW SITUATION VACANT Senior Heritage Consultant | Urbis | Melbourne | DEADLINE: 31 December

We are seeking a suitably qualified Senior Heritage Consultant with a strong client focus, excellent communication skills and the ability to deliver technical excellence to join our Melbourne practice as part of the wider national heritage team. We are looking for someone with a passion for built heritage who is wanting to develop their career. As a key member of the team, you will have the opportunity to be work across a diverse range of projects, contributing to reports and providing advice to our clients.

For more information on this position, and to apply, please click here.

Applications close  31 December 2021

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NEW SITUATION VACANT Archaeologist positions | GML Heritage | Sydney | Applications reviewed upon submission

Work with us on our exciting archaeological projects in 2022 and contribute to significant research and public archaeology outcomes. 

About the roles 
We have a range of opportunities for archaeologists of all levels of experience and technical expertise. We are also interested in hearing from archaeologists with specialist skills. We can offer roles to suit your availability and preferences. A range of contracts are on offer, including casual, temporary, full-time, part-time and ongoing. 

At a minimum you will have a degree in archaeology or a related discipline, a passion for Australian archaeology, and a desire to work on large-scale high profile archaeology projects. 

We are particularly keen to hear from field and project archaeologist who are looking for excellent contracts. 

About the projects 
GML will commence several archaeological projects in Parramatta, Sydney and Western Sydney in 2022. The works are components of large-scale, significant projects. 

The sites have potential for significant archaeology associated with convict and early colonial settlement, and nineteenth domestic, commercial and industrial archaeology. There is also potential for significant Aboriginal archaeology. 

The archaeological projects are starting in March 2022, ongoing throughout the year and into 2023.  

There will be several intakes of archaeologists over this time. 

Go to our website and click on the news link for more information about how to express your interest in field and project roles. 

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SITUATION VACANT Senior Heritage Advisor (Aboriginal Archaeology), Mott MacDonald, Sydney [applications reviewed on submission]

Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management and development consultancy focused on improving society by considering social outcomes in all we do. We are wholly independent, employee-owned company that offers a range of opportunities to work with expert practitioners on expansive and challenging construction projects.

Due to our growing presence in the environment and sustainability market and recent large project wins, we have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Heritage Advisor (Aboriginal Archaeology) to join our growing team. This position can be a part time or fulltime role. You will be joining a diverse team of consultants who are passionate about what they do, with a proven track record guiding our clients, and leading delivery of critical infrastructure projects.

For more information see the job advertisement on the Mott MacDonald website: Senior Heritage Advisor (Aboriginal Archaeology) – Mott MacDonald 

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SITUATION VACANT Heritage Architect, Urbis, Sydney [DEADLINE: 3 December]

We are looking for a proactive and experienced Heritage Architect to join our Sydney Heritage team as part of the wider national team. You will have the opportunity to be work across a deeply diverse, high profile and place making range of projects, contributing to reports and advice for our clients. 

The role will be supported by highly experienced Directors and a market leading Heritage team. Some of the key projects the heritage team have collaborated on recently include the Intercontinental Hotel, the Lands and Education Buildings, AMP Quay Quarter, Sydney Opera house, Victoria Barracks, Millers Point properties and the Butterfly Room at the State Theatre. 

Applicants from Melbourne and Brisbane will also be considered.

Please see the detailed job ad and apply here.

Closing time COB Friday 3 December

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SITUATION VACANT Senior Consultant – Heritage, Urbis, Sydney [DEADLINE: 3 December]

We are looking for a proactive and experienced Senior Consultant to join our Sydney Heritage team as part of the wider national team. You will have the opportunity to be work across a deeply diverse, high profile and place making range of projects, contributing to reports and advice for our clients. 

The role will be supported by highly experienced Directors and a market leading Heritage team. Some of the key projects the heritage team have collaborated on recently include the Intercontinental Hotel, the Lands and Education Buildings, AMP Quay Quarter, Sydney Opera house, Victoria Barracks, Millers Point properties and the Butterfly Room at the State Theatre. 

Please see the detailed job ad and apply here.

Closing time COB Friday 3 December

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[DEADLINE EXTENDED] SITUATION VACANT Built Heritage Consultant / Architectural Historian, RBA Architects + Conservation Consultants [DEADLINE: 17 December]

RBA Architects + Conservation Consultants is an established, mid-sized, leading built heritage conservation practice based in St Kilda, Melbourne. We are independent and research-driven. Passionate about engaging in and advancing the constantly emerging and dynamic discipline of contemporary heritage management, both in Australia and globally. We investigate deeply, we assess strategically, we conserve practically, and we adapt creatively. Comprised of committed designers, experienced conservation professionals, and heritage planning specialists, we work dexterously and collaboratively within the domain of historic environment management. There is no template for our approach.

An exciting and meaningful opportunity exists for an experienced Built Heritage Consultant/Architectural Historian to join us.

Applicants should have a thorough working knowledge of the built heritage planning systems and hold an honours or postgraduate degree in a relevant field. At least five years of hands-on experience in built heritage planning is desirable. Applications from heritage practitioners in the public sector are welcome.

Excellent employment arrangements are available. We are committed to flexibility and seek individuals eager to grow into the role with an eye to a long-term commitment to our practice. The role offers broad scope for career development along with the prospect of working with a dynamic, good-humoured team on an array of stimulating conservation projects.

Applicants are encouraged to explore our website and email a CV to Roger Beeston, Director, by 17 December. Video submissions are accepted.

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SITUATION VACANT Heritage Consultant, Edwards Heritage Consultants (EHC), Sydney [Applications reviewed upon submission] 

An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced and self-motivated Heritage Consultant to join EHC’s growing team on a full-time, permanent basis. 

About EHC

Established in 2008, Edwards Heritage Consultants Pty Ltd (‘EHC’) is a respected and leading heritage consultancy, having built a strong reputation in delivering high quality and successful outcomes with an extensive range of heritage services.

Based in the northwest of Sydney, EHC has a diverse and impressive portfolio of over 650 different clients, working closely with private property owners, local Councils, Government agencies, corporate organisations, institutional and ecclesiastical groups. We also work closely with Architects, Planners, Developers and other owners and custodians of some pretty amazing heritage places.

Our experienced and dedicated team think outside the square and are experts in providing a practical and balanced approach to our work, proactively identifying, assessing and managing heritage, on a variety of projects ranging in complexity and significance.

We prepare heritage advice and impact assessments, conservation management documentation, interpretation strategies and plans, photographic archival recordings, heritage studies, expert evidence in Land and Environment Court appeals, architectural and building conservation advice, as well as a range of heritage advisory services to Local Councils, including referrals to statutory applications, strategic advice, grant administration and policy development.

Our core focus is in built heritage conservation, inclusive of heritage buildings and structures, landscapes and moveable objects. However, our team is expanding and we are also looking to incorporate archaeological services and expertise.

About the Role

If you have 2-5 years’ experience in heritage management and conservation practice, with a background in architecture, planning, archaeology, or other similar and relevant fields, and keen to work in a small but dedicated and respected practice in northwest Sydney, undertaking some exciting and challenging projects – we’d love to hear from you!

You would need to be comfortable working closely within a small team as well as working independently when needed. You should have a passion for heritage management and conservation practice, have good ‘people skills’ and value building great relationships with our Clients and stakeholders, as well as being an all-round great fit within our team. 

You should have experience in preparing complex heritage management documentation, a demonstrated ability to provide responsible, rational and creative expert heritage advice, and a good understanding of heritage legislation and the NSW heritage system generally. 
You should also be willing to be involved in the full spectrum of office and project tasks, including general admin and have good time management skills.

If you have slightly more experience, but this sounds like you, don’t be shy – we’d still love to hear from you! 
Introduce yourself by email – you might like to send us some examples of your work that grabs our attention, together with a short CV. 

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SITUATION VACANT Senior Heritage Consultant (Archaeologist), City Plan Heritage, Sydney [Applications reviewed upon submission]

The City Plan group of companies has over 25 years’ experience as an industry leading specialist consultancy. With offices in Sydney, the Central Coast and the Gold Coast, we provide services in the area of Building Regulations and Certification Services, Accessibility and Heritage Consultancy.

Our team is expanding and as such an opportunity is available for a suitably qualified and motivated Senior Heritage Consultant (Archaeologist) to join City Plan’s Heritage team, providing high level cultural heritage consulting services from our Sydney office.

This opportunity will appeal to an experienced heritage consultant who is wishing to further their career in a highly regarded consultancy involved in a variety of projects across NSW and Australia.

More information about this opportunity is available in the CPH Senior Heritage Consultant Sept 2021 document.

Applications will be considered upon submission.

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Australia ICOMOS Secretariat
Elizabeth Gralton
Secretariat Executive Officer
Deakin University
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Telephone: (03) 9251 7131
Email: austicomos@deakin.edu.au
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