Conference ArcheoMed project in Palestine and Jordan 2 to 4 September

Wednesday, September 3, 2014
The conference opened the meeting on 2 September, with the participation of representatives of the University Centre of the Province of Agrigento, in Sudgestaid of Yarmouk University, Faculty of Archaeological and Anthropology and 'Industrial Association of Optics, Colour and Imaging
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Back from the Jerusalem project ArcheoMed network, the interactive network of associations, institutions, research institutes, universities and businesses that share a common interest in the integrated management of archaeological sites as a tool to lower the revival of economic activity in the territories involved and to encourage archaeological tourism.

It's going on these days, in 'Al -Quds _ University of Jerusalem Institute of Archaeology, a conference entitled: "The ArcheoMed network and the district of the mediterranean minor archeological sites" under the high patronage of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities of Palestine.
ArcheoMed aims to promote economic activities relating to archaeological sites minors, in particular, promoting the archaeological tourism by improving the use of the sites and the creation of economic opportunities in the area that have positive impacts for local communities.

The conference opened the meeting on 2 September, with the participation of representatives of the University Centre of the Province of Agrigento, in Sudgestaid of Yarmouk University, Faculty of Archaeological and Anthropology and 'Industrial Association of Optics, Colour and Imaging.

The purpose of the conference is to point out that the Mediterranean countries share a common heritage in terms of archaeological and architectural heritage. To take full advantage of the potential, improve management and enhance the resources of the archaeological sites minors, ArcheoMed focuses on the development of an integrated regional policy based on the concept of "Cultural District of the Mediterranean" in order to promote shared ideas and initiatives based on a common communication strategy and marketing, also promote best practices for visitors through policies encouraging sustainable archaeological tourism and minimizing the negative impact of tourism by providing appropriate services, except for services that could compete with those offered by the members themselves

 

Conference ArcheoMed project in Palestine and Jordan 2 to 4 September
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