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March 20, 2023

The Mini-Guislain Toolkit: A pre-visit service for visitors with mental impairments

ICOM Voices

February 23, 2023

One year of supporting Ukrainian museums and their professionals


February 22, 2023

How to participate in International Museum Day 2023

International Museum Day

February 21, 2023

No Hidden Treasures!

ICOM Voices

February 14, 2023

ICOM New Red List of Brazilian Cultural Objects at Risk


February 8, 2023

ICOM expresses its solidarity with Türkiye and Syrian Arab Republic following deadly earthquakes


February 2, 2023

[REMINDER] ICOM-IMREC’s seminar: Museums, decolonisation and restitution


January 26, 2023

The Corridors and Galleries of the Museo de La Plata: Privileged Spaces in which to Rethink the Past and Present of Indigenous Peoples

ICOM Voices

January 19, 2023

Launch of the ALIPH-ICOM Emergency Grant Project in Côte d’Ivoire


January 16, 2023

The sustainability star: a model for museums

ICOM Voices

December 16, 2022

Solidarity projects Ukraine : Funded projects


December 15, 2022

Open edition: the latest issue of Museum International is now online


December 13, 2022

#ICOM75 x ICOM Voices: 1947 – 2022: the educational role of museums in the spotlight

ICOM Voices

December 8, 2022

Online Meetings and Workshops mark launch of ALIPH-ICOM Project in Burkina Faso and Mali


December 1, 2022

International Museum Day 2023 to focus on sustainability and well-being

International Museum Day

November 24, 2022

ICOM launches the Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk – Ukraine


November 16, 2022

NEW DEADLINE: Call for Papers Museum International: Museums, sustainability and sustainable development


November 11, 2022

Statement: Museums and Climate Activism


November 9, 2022

Culture at the heart of the COP27


November 4, 2022

Museums that created the 22nd century: A letter from a future museumgoer

ICOM Voices

  • Red Lists

    The Red Lists classify the endangered categories of archaeological objects or works of art in the most vulnerable areas of the world, in order to prevent them being sold or illegally exported.

  • Publications

    Through its network, ICOM publishes or takes part in the publication of major books for the international museum community every year.