Under new legislation, about 16,000 Indian companies will be required to contribute 2 per cent of net profit to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities which includes cultural and heritage conservation
On the evening of June 19, 2014 over fifty people came to the Institute for Historical Resources Management Centre in the historic DaDaocheng District of Taipei City to hear from two AusHeritage members, Helen Lochhead and Bruce Pettman from the NSW Government Architect’s Office who presented lectures on Australian experiences related to development control plans (DCPs) and heritage impact assessments (HIAs).
On Thursday afternoon 19 June Austrade and the Australian Office in Taipei hosted a seminar on Australian Heritage Conservation in Taiwan. The event was held in the Office’s auditorium at the President International Tower.
Mr Vinod Daniel, Chair, AusHeritage delivered the 6th Lecture of the National Museum of India Lecture Series. The lecture titled “Indian Museum becoming more Relevant” was held at the National Museum Auditorium on Monday, 30th June 2014.
Building Strong Culture through Conservation
Long standing and key AusHeritage member, CCMC at the University of Melbourne is hosting the prestigious ICOM-CC 17th Triennial International Conference in Melbourne from 15-19 September 2014.
AusHeritage is a network of Australian cultural heritage management organisations, established by the Australian Government in 1996. The network aims to facilitate the engagement of practitioners and organisations for the Australian heritage industry in the overseas arena.