ICOM National Commitee in Georgia
ICOM National Commitee in Georgia

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ICOM (International Council of Museums) is an international organization of museums and museum professionals which is committed to the conservation, continuation and communication to society of the world's natural and cultural heritage, present and future, tangible and intangible.
Created in 1946, ICOM is a non-governmental organization maintaining formal relations with UNESCO and having a consultative status with the United Nations' Economic and Social Council.
The ICOM Strategic Plan adopted by the General Assembly is implemented by the ICOM Secretariat as well as National and International Committees who contribute to the realization of ICOM's programs.
ICOM's activities respond to the challenges and needs of the museum profession and are focused on the following themes:

Professional cooperation and exchange; Dissemination of knowledge and raising public awareness of museums training of personnel; Advancement of professional standards; Elaboration and promotion of professional ethics; Preservation of heritage and combating the illicit traffic in cultural property.
President: Dr. Hans-Martin Hinz
http://icom.museum

ICOM National Committee in Georgia (ICOM Georgia)
Date of establishment - 2006
President - Inga (Klara) Karaia
Secretary - Mariam Burchuladze

Activities:
Support of development of Museum field and protection Cultural Heritage in Georgia; support and promote the aims and objectives of ICOM among professional museum workers and museums in Georgia; collaboration with UNESCO, ICOM and other national and international scientific committees; support to develop museum management in Georgia for advocating the professionals’ interests and for raising of qualification; organizing the international and local training programs, seminars, conferences, publication of methodology literature; collaboration with various governmental and non-governmental structures in the development and protection of the cultural heritage field; spreading information within the local and international museum community about the ongoing processes in museum field.

Contact
+995 577 725 450
+995 593 165 256
ingakaraia@gmail.com
mburchuladze@yahoo.com
www.georgianmuseums.ge





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