Heritage has strong and untapped potential to build social cohesion and improve physical and mental wellbeing.
Heritage management is about how we preserve and protect that inheritance for present and future generations.
Communities of all scales and conditions not only have a vested interest in their own heritage, but they are part of it, in its constant and continued development and redefinition.
Heritage is a global concern yet so often experienced locally, through specific sites and landscapes, places and monuments.
Climate change represents the single greatest threat to our cultural heritage globally.
Heritage can help to build open societies through efforts to interrogate the evidence of the past through inclusive practice.