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Ljubljana Process II   Ljubljana Process II - Rehabilitating our Common Heritage
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Narrative (Work Plan)
19/05/2011 - 18/07/2014
JP Completed  
Coordinating DG:
Directorate General of Democracy
500 042
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    Intervention Logic Performance Indicators Sources of Verification Assumptions
    Overall Objectives To contribute to the strengthening of regional professional and institutional capacities in the field of restoration and rehabilitation of cultural heritage in the Western Balkans
     

     

     
    Project Purpose 1      2011/DG II/JP/2637   Ljubljana Process II: Rehabilitating our Common heritage 0 
    (69 Activities) Narrative
    To contribute to setting up regional cooperation for permanent mechanisms in the fields of cultural heritage restoration and rehabilitation in order to implement coordinated and integrated social and economic development strategies.
    wide political support to the role and value of heritage to development processes;
    adoption and institutionalisation of the new methodological tools and efficient project management practices;
    increased involvement of the cultural and local communities;
    increased international, national, regional, and local collaboration;
    increased mobilisation of funding for integrated rehabilitation projects.
     
    meetings and statements of the Council of Ministers of Culture of South-East Europe;
    reports and minutes of the Task Force for Culture and Society and of the National Task Forces;
    intermediary activity reports prepared by the secretariat of the Task Force, by the Regional Cooperation Council, and the Secretariat of the Council of Europe;
    concerted actions between the Regional Cooperation Council, the European Commission and the Council of Europe in favour of useful reforms in countries.
     
    participation of all the countries in the region (including the European Union Member States: Bulgaria and Romania);
    interministerial mobilisation in each country;
    national ressources appropriatly mobilised to complement of funding provided by the European Commission and the Council of Europe.
     
    Expected Result 1.1 The tools implemented, the management mechanisms and the coordination and follow-up structures are elaborated and permanently integrated into the administrative procedures of participating countries in order to set up a new governance based on regional cooperation and the long-term management of the development strategies
    the methodology experimented during the Ljubljana Process I, the skills and best-practices in the field of rehabilitation are concretly implemented;
    the national Task Forces are consolidated in involveming a maximum of stakeholders;
    the practical cooperation and the exchange of expertise / experience between countries is increased;
    responsabilities related to the sustainable development of heritage sites is shared effectively between the institutions, the local authorities and civil society;
    the Priority Intervention Lists are regularly up-dated;
    25 Preliminary Technical Assessments are published each year;
    18 Consolidated Projects (Business Plans) are published each year

    administrative and institutional changes / reforms integrating the components of the IRPP/SAAH methodology;
    coordination meetings involving several countries;
    missions and study visits involving the representatives of the different countries;
    quality and variety of partnerships set up as part of the different rehabilitation projects;
    reports and documents published by countries;
    reports and minutes of the secretariat of the RCC Task Force
     
    regular evaluation must be carried out within each Ministry of Culture;
    an assessment of the experience must guide the political decisions towards the institutionalisation of the method;
    the long-term funding of the process must take place mainly from the national budgets.
    Expected Result 1.2 the intercultural dialogue between the public institutions, between the public and private sectors, and between the institutions and civil society is encouraged as a practical tool for the elaboration of sustainable development projects benefiting both heritage and the communities.
    rehabilitation projects to enhahce the cultural diversity elaborated and validated by local communities through democratic participatory processes;
    practical commitment of all stakeholders, beneficiaries, or users of the projects, with the complementary support of the national institutions and of international partners;
    mobilisation of civil society (including NGOs).

    technical assistance provided to the national professionals or to the secretariat of the Task Force in specific fields (project management, rehabilitation processes, training, promotion, awarness raising);
    list of the national and local partners committed to each of the rehabilitation projects.
     
    the national institutions should offer other partners, especially local ones, the possibility to get involved in the projects and to take responsibility in their promotion and implementation.
    Expected Result 1.3 professional competencies, especially in the field of conservation and management of projects are improved
    technical assistance (international and national experts) accompanying and supporting the secretariat of the RCC Task Force for Culture and Society in carrying out the activities;
    programmes / training workshops organised according the state of progress of projects related to specific issues : restoration, site and project management, promotion / fund-raising;
    partnerships created to favour the exchange of expertise and the transfer of competencies.

    training reports, notes and contributions from experts.
     
    national professionals should take advantage of the Ljubljana Process to develop new competencies and experiment new professional practices.
    Expected Result 1.4 the built heritage rehabilitation contributes to the social and economic development, and the awarness of the whole stakeholders concerning the role and the value of heritage in the society is increased.
    Elaboration of sustainable mechanisms for mobilising national and international funding to public and private investments to the rehabilitation of monuments and sites;
    fundings are secured for a minimum of 36 rehabilitation projects;
    the first works on sites are implemented by competent institutions;
    the rehabilitation of heritage is integrated into the national stratzgies for development;
    50 ''Plaques'' are awarded by the Task Force each year in order to labelise the rehabilitation processes carried out;
    the rehabilitation projects are enhanced as part of the national programmes for the European Heritage Days, exhibitions, and conferences / seminars.

    signed agreements and / or funding transferred;
    number of projects implemented;
    references to rehabilitation projects in political and strategical texts;
    events organised for the labelisation of the projects.
     
    the promotion of the projects must be organised and held at the higuest level in order to generate the investments which are the only valid confirmation of success of the rehabilitation projects.



     
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