How will BREXIT implicate british heritage policy and practice? New report with contributions from The Norwegian institute for cultural heritage research (NIKU).
Street art and graffiti does not need to be managed by experts, according to Laima Nomeikaite in this essay on the Nuart-festival website.
What may international and Norwegian governmental archives tell us about Norway’s first term on the World Heritage Committee?
At The World Archaeological Congress (WAC) in Japan, 2016, debates about archaeology in present society was vividly explored.
Here is a short summary of the results of the research projects on economic effects of the world heritage site og Røros in Norway
Forskningsprosjektet Verdiskaping Røros var et treårig samarbeidsprosjekt mellom ECON Analyse AS og NIKU i årene 2005-2008. Prosjektet ble finansiert av Forskningsrådet, under programmet «Landskap i endring