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November 21, 2023

ICOM creates two new international committees


November 17, 2023

“Respect in museums: inclusive practices, co-creation, restitution and more” Call for ICOM-ITC grants.


November 16, 2023

Recommendations on how to write about non-binary artists

ICOM Voices

November 14, 2023

Climate Heritage Campaign: Call to Action ahead of COP28


November 9, 2023

Germany – Zambia Exchange Programme: Christopher’s experience


November 3, 2023

ICOM Webinar | Museums and Human Rights


November 2, 2023

ICOM Announces 2024 SAREC Special Projects Grants and Solidarity Projects: Calls for Proposals Now Open


October 31, 2023

When a City Becomes an Immersive Museum for Biodiversity: Experiences at the COP15 in Montreal

ICOM Voices

October 25, 2023

Statement concerning Israel and Palestine

October 16, 2023

The Collections and the Coup: 
How Brazilian democratic institutions safeguarded their historical and artistic heritage following an attempted coup

ICOM Voices

October 13, 2023

Museums and Chill – The Rematriation of the Ni’isjoohl Memorial Pole

Museums and Chill

October 11, 2023

Sharing is caring – Trans-Inclusive Culture: Guidance on advancing trans inclusion for museums, galleries, archives and heritage organisations


October 9, 2023

Museum International: Towards Decolonisation: Articles in their original language


October 5, 2023

ICOM Announces New Members of its Standing Committees and Working Groups


September 29, 2023

Digital technologies for citizen curation in museums: two case studies from the SPICE project

ICOM Voices

September 19, 2023

Letter to the museum world

ICOM Voices

September 14, 2023

ICOM participates at the International Conference on Museum, Technology and the Future of Cultural Heritage in Naples


September 12, 2023

Germany-Zambia Exchange Programme concludes


September 6, 2023

Sharing is Caring – “Ecomuseums and climate change”


September 4, 2023

The call for applications to host the 28th ICOM General Conference in 2028 is now open!


  • 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.