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October 14, 2021

New ICOM Red List to focus on objects from Southeast Europe


September 29, 2021

UNESCO-ICOM Workshop: Fighting Illicit Trafficking of Cultural Property


September 27, 2021

Transatlantic Museum Conversations: Before, During and After Pandemic Times

ICOM Voices

September 22, 2021

Call for Papers – Museum International: Open Edition


September 21, 2021

Wikimedia x ICOM | Help protect Afghanistan’s cultural heritage from your laptop!


September 10, 2021

ICOM Webinar | Museums, Sustainable Cities and Communities


September 6, 2021

Collection Storage: A Window Into the Richness of Cultural Heritage. A Conversation with Gaël de Guichen

ICOM Voices

September 3, 2021

Prague International Symposium 2021: a successful hybrid pre-Conference paves the way to ICOM Prague 2022

ICOM Prague 2022

September 1, 2021

Executive Board 2022-2025 : the call for candidacies is open!


August 31, 2021

In Memoriam – Dr. Inga Karaia, Chair of ICOM Georgia


August 26, 2021

ICOM Prague International Symposium 2021: register and participate online

ICOM Prague 2022

August 17, 2021

Statement concerning the situation facing cultural heritage in Afghanistan


August 2, 2021

The G20 recognises the role of museums and ICOM in addressing the climate crisis


July 30, 2021

ICOM contributed to the G20 Culture Ministerial Meeting “Addressing the Climate Crisis through Culture”


July 29, 2021

Virtual Experience in MiMuseo Universitario De La Salle (MiM) – Programme Developed for Remote Visits

ICOM Voices

July 26, 2021

The latest edition of Museum International on the theme “Museum Collection Storage” is now online


July 23, 2021

ICOM stands with the museums affected by the flooding in Europe


July 20, 2021

ICOM Museum Definition process has reached the halfway point


July 16, 2021

Collections of Ghent: Digital Commoning at the Design Museum Gent

ICOM Voices

July 12, 2021

The .museum domain: all connected in one single dot


  • 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.