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  1. Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Cultural Heritage Regeneration in a Post-Conflict Kosovo Research by Rachel Nordstrom Presented by Jonathan Eaton 30 September – 4 October 2013 15th International Conference of National Trusts, Entebbe, Uganda

  2. The Kosovo SituationConflict & recovery

  3. Cultural Heritage without Borders (CHwB)Restoring & Building Relations

  4. Local TransitionPlanning for Cultural Growth

  5. Social, Political, Economic The Value of Place

  6. The Kosovo SituationConflict & Recovery

  7. A quick intro to Kosovo

  8. A quick intro to Kosovo • The war 1998 - 1999 • Kulla • Religion • Economics Photo: Rachel Nordstrom

  9. Culture post-conflict • Cultural war leads to cultural destruction • Should be countered by cultural reconstruction Photo: kosovo.net

  10. political priority ? • Government cooperation • Post-war construction • Limited urban planning Photo: Rachel Nordstrom

  11. Cultural Heritage without Borders (CHwB)Restoring & Building Relations

  12. Reconstruction of built heritage . Photo: CHwB

  13. Reconstruction of built heritage • Emergency interventions Photo: CHwB

  14. Reconstruction of built heritage • Lack of resources • Need of innovative programming • Adaptive reuse of heritage buildings Beledije Cultural Center, adaptive reuse following restoration camp

  15. Reconstruction of built heritage • Restoration camps focus on trades & craft Photo: CHwB

  16. Capacity building • B&B development • Local training in business management and service delivery • Local ownership

  17. Tourism development • ‘See You in Dukagjin’ Photo: CHwB

  18. Tourism development • ‘Tour de Culture’ Photo: CHwB

  19. Local education and a sense of place • Working with local communities Photo: CHwB

  20. Local education and a sense of place • Preserving intangible heritage Photo: Rachel Nordstrom

  21. Local education and a sense of place • Museum work Photo: BesartDajci

  22. Local TransitionPlanning for Cultural Growth

  23. Local transition • Managing locally • Foreign management  local authority • Control over projects & budgets • Non-governmental approach • Long term vision

  24. Local transition • Working with government Photo: EnesToska

  25. National trust inspirations • Many variations • No one model • CHwB study on national trusts

  26. Social, Political, Economic The Value of Place

  27. Social value • Return a sense of place to communities • Social healing • Cultural rejuvenation • Sense of ownership and pride in local heritage

  28. Political value • Cooperation with government • Giving a voice to heritage • The politics of heritage • Empowering communities

  29. Political value

  30. Economical value • Growth of tourism • Adaptive reuse of buildings • Sustainable growth • Place Economics

  31. conclusions • Heritage regeneration includes social healing • Holistic redevelopment initiatives • Sustainability and growth • CHwB and a national trust

  32. Thank you! • Special thanks to • International National Trusts Organisation • The National Trust (UK) • FondoAmbienteItaliano • The National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA) • Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda • Please feel free to contact: • Rachel Nordstrom: rachel.nordstrom@chwb.org • Jonathan Eaton: jonathan.eaton@chwb.org