About this webinar:
Cultural Heritage Management is the main vehicle for helping museums to face challenges, secure sustainable competitiveness, be resilient to climate change, natural hazards and pandemic risks, and redefine themselves in a constantly changing world. This webinar contributes to the understanding of how to establish a state-of-the-art management plan for museums, which takes into account the latest developments in the field. It aims to offer clear and concise information on the cultural heritage sector needs, challenges, bottlenecks and opportunities, and bring forward the main issues and principles that need to be taken into account during the drafting procedure of a Cultural Heritage Management plan.
Konstantinos Roussos is a Research Assistant, at the School of Law of the University of Nicosia (Cyprus). He holds a PhD in Archaeology from the Leiden University (The Netherlands). He has been participated in field and research projects in Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus. For many years he was involved as a Researcher at pioneering research programs conducted by the Institute for Mediterranean Studies - FORTH (Crete). In 2019-2020, he worked as a visiting Lecturer in Byzantine Archaeology at the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete (Greece). He has participated in international conferences and a number of his studies have been published.