Heritage, Culture and Tourism Study Programme 2014
Organised by Public Administration International (PAI), London, a one-week UK-based Heritage, Culture and Tourism: Policy and Practice for Maximising Results study programme, designed mainly for policy-makers and senior experts working in government ministries and agencies and in non-governmental organisations concerned with the management and funding of heritage conservation and tourism, is scheduled to run from 16 to 20 June 2014. Applications will also be welcome from those in the voluntary and private sector who wish to gain insights into how heritage, culture and tourism contribute to economic development and to engage in dialogue with officials and experts with responsibilities in this field.
The study programme will:
- broaden your knowledge and understanding of the issues surrounding heritage, culture and tourism policy and practice;
- examine the relationships between heritage, culture and tourism and other government priorities such as economic development and education;
- raise awareness of the opportunities and challenges surrounding heritage, culture and tourism and suggest ways in which they can be effectively addressed in different country contexts.
To view the brochure and find out more about the programme, please see www.public-admin.co.uk/brochures/pai_heritage.pdf. Please visit www.public-admin.co.uk/programmes/heritage-culture-and-tourism-policy-and-practice-for-maximising-benefits/ if you wish to apply on-line.
Should you have any questions, please contact Public Administration International (PAI); tel.: +44 (0)20 7580 3590; fax: +44 (0)20 7580 4746; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.public-admin.co.uk