Programme EN – Day 1

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

MORNING

8:30-9:30             WELCOME RECEPTION AND REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

9:30-9:45             OPENING ADDRESSES

–          Jean-Pierre Bobenriether, Director of the Paris-Belleville National School or Architecture
–          Pierre-Antoine Gatier, President of ICOMOS France

9:45-10:30           INTRODUCTION TO THE THEME BY SPECIAL GUESTS

–          Marie Prost-Coletta, Ministerial Delegation for Accessibility at the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy
–          François Chatillon, President of the Company of Chief Architects of Historic Monuments

10:30-12:00        PUBLIC POLICIES: BETWEEN INCENTIVE MEASURES AND PRESCRIPTION

How to interpret the different conceptual approaches behind the public policies of European Member States?
In the field of heritage –even though heritage law is a domain exclusive to Member States– one can start witnessing a convergence of policies after decades of enforcement of preservation laws. Things are however different regarding more recent accessibility policies.
Laws, regulation sets and norms can change considerably, from pragmatic approaches to strict statutory requirements. Some countries have yet to produce a definition of disabilities even though accessibility is a key to sustainable development as it helps improving the quality of life especially in large cities.  A dialogue between decision-makers, stakeholders, users and disabled persons can only be beneficial to current incentives as well as statutory requirements. In this regard, raising public awareness and training professionals are necessary in order to advance beyond the rules.
This first session will draw comparisons between different national public policies, in particular in France, Ireland and Hungary.
 
Session president:
Michèle Tilmont, ICOMOS France administrator

Pragmatic approaches or statutory requirements of public policies in Europe
–          Laurent Saby, Research manager at CERTU (Study Centre on networks, transports, planning and public buildings)

Equality of rights and opportunities, involvement and citizenship of disabled persons in France
–          Eric Alexandre, Ministerial Delegation for Accessibility (French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy)

Ireland: raising awareness among stakeholders as a policy
–          Grainne Shaffrey, Architect, Shaffrey Associates Architects, Dublin

Consultation and dialogue with organisations in Hungary
–          Tamas Féjerdy, former Vice-President of the National Directorate of Cultural Heritage (Kulturalis Örokségvédelmi Hivatal, KÖH), Secretary-General of ICOMOS Hungary

12:00-12:15        DEBATE

12:15               ADDRESSES

– Nathalie Vicq-Thepot, ‘‘Grands Sites’’ Project manager at the General Direction for Planning, Housing and Nature of the French ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy

– Bertrand-Pierre Galey, Assistant Director for Architecture at the General Direction of Heritage of the French Ministry of Culture

13:00-14:00   LUNCH BREAK

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

AFTERNOON

 14:00-16:00        EUROPEAN TOWNS AND CITIES FOR ALL MINDFUL OF THEIR HISTORY

How do European towns and cities with an exceptional urban and architectural heritage defend integrated policies aiming at promoting this heritage and making it accessible to all?
This second session will showcase how local authorities are involved in making heritage towns accessible. Their efforts are mostly aimed at improving the transportation sequence by facilitating mobility between built environment, public spaces, roads and transportation systems. At the same time, their interest in heritage has developed in the past decades and widened into including a broad diversity of tangible and intangible properties, sites and landscapes, thus answering to strong expectations from the public at large as it wishes to rediscover its past in order to be able to understand better its urban future.

Session president:
Jean-Lucien Guenoun, Vice-president of the National Association of the Architectes des Bâtiments de France

Moderator:
– Marielle Richon, former Programme Specialist at UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Arles, an accessible protected area
–          Christian Mourisard, Deputy Mayor of Arles in charge of Tourism and Heritage, Vice President of ICOMOS France
–          Guillaume Assali, Transversal Consultancy

Avila, a medieval town surrounded by walls
–         Rosa M. Jiménez de Miguel, Municipal Office of Accessibility

Bordeaux, Port of the Moon, a city with a Disability Charter
–          Joël Solari, Bordeaux City Councillor in charge of disability policies
–          François Gondran, Head of the Local Department of Architecture and Heritage of Gironde, Vice President of ICOMOS France

The City of Cracow: a challenge for accessibility
–          Bogdan Dasal, President of Krakow Plenipotentiary for the Disabled Persons

16:00-16:15        DEBATE

16:15-16:30        BREAK

16:30-18:00        REGENERATING HISTORIC CENTRES

Mulhouse and its tourist cultural itinerary
–          Thierry Nicolas, Deputy Mayor of Mulhouse in charge of disability policies
–          Olivier Lonpret, Director of department of public roads at the City of Mulhouse

Marseilles, an urban route to the Fort Saint-Jean
–          Jean-Pierre Dufay, Director General of OPPIC (Public operator of works of the Ministry of Culture)

Accessibility works on monuments of the Centre des monuments nationaux
–          Danièle Deal, Director of Works Department at the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (CMN, French Office for National Monuments)

18:00-18:30        DEBATE

18:30                     COCKTAIL RECEPTION

DAY 2


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