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Partnerships & World Heritage Management: A roundtable discussion

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A Roundtable discussion for 18-30 year olds led by Jane Masters, Head of Heritage & Development for New Lanark Trust.

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Join Europa Nostra Young Members and Jane Masters, Head of Heritage & Development for New Lanark Trust, for a discussion about what opportunities and challenges there are in partnership building. Jane will also provide some useful advice for young people interested in a career in Heritage Development and Management.

This event is an open, informal discussion, with the opportunity to network with other Young Members of Europa Nostra. We welcome all contributions and encourage you to have your microphone enabled so that you can join the discussions. This event is only for people aged 18-30.

New Lanark Trust is a Scottish Charity, established in 1974, with the aim of restoring and regenerating the former cotton mill village of New Lanark into a living and working community. The Trust has pioneered a radical approach to heritage management based tourism and hospitality, housing and commercial property rental and manufacture and retail. New Lanark was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.

Jane Masters is an experienced heritage professional with a background in public and private museums and heritage organisations, including NTS, RCAHMS ad NMS. Her passion lies in interpreting Scotland’s built, natural and cultural heritage for all audiences, and fostering an understanding of the importance of our heritage to the way in which we live, learn and work today. Jane is currently Head of Heritage & Development for New Lanark Trust, where she is responsible for the strategic development and interpretation of New Lanark World Heritage Site for its diverse audiences. Since starting at New Lanark, Jane has initiated and grown the New Lanark volunteer programme, to include around 40 volunteers and cover collections, events and exhibitions and learning. She sits on the Boards of the Scottish Civic Trust and Lanark Community Development Trust, and works extensively with partners ranging from local groups to universities, both nationally and internationally.

Please note this event is for Europa Nostra Young Members. If you're not a member yet, please sign up for the event and then submit your FREE member application. Free Europa Nostra membership is open to any person aged 18-30 who is interested in culture and wishes to support our mission to safeguard Europe’s cultural and natural heritage can join Europa Nostra.

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