Uluslararası mevzuatlar ışığında Türkiye’deki yüksek eğitim sisteminde koruma eğitimi: Genel değerlendirme ve öneriler - 1
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CitationGüner, S., Öz, A. K., Aydın, M. (2011). Uluslararası mevzuatlar ışığında Türkiye’deki yüksek eğitim sisteminde koruma eğitimi: Genel değerlendirme ve öneriler - 1. Restorasyon ve Konservasyon Çalışmaları Dergisi, (6), ss. 61-69.
Friends of Cultural Heritage- FOCUH (‘Kültürel Mirasın Dostları Derneği’- KUMID) in Istanbul as the Project Beneficiary and Dokuz Eylül University (DEU) in Izmir as the Project Partner carried out the Project entitled ‘EU Legislation on Cultural Heritage and Turkey’ within the framework of the ‘Civil Society Dialogue: Europe- Bridge of Knowledge Program’ between December 2006-07. In this Project, as of September 24, 2007, all EU legislations on ‘Culture’ and other international legislations published by UNESCO, COE, ICOMOS, ICOM, etc. on ‘Culture-Cultural Heritage-Conservation’ considered in ‘EU acquis communautaire’ were translated into Turkish from English (300 legislations and 2000 pages). They were published on the web site of the Project (http://www.kumid.eu/euproject/proje.html) and the Project Books within two volumes in 2007. Between 2008-09, each international legislation translated into Turkish during this Project and each article of them were analysed by the team of KUMID within the framework of various disciplines such as economy, trade, statistics, law, planning, engineering, architecture, archaeology, etc. and a draft report was prepared in 2009. This report includes three main themes: 1) Approaches and implementations of the decision makers and public instutions about the conservation of cultural heritage should be changed in parallel with contemporary and international standards as well as international engagements of the Republic of Turkey. 2) Approaches, implementations, education and training programs in each department of various disciplines related to the conservation of cultural heritage directly or indirectly in the Higher Education System of Turkey should be changed within the framework contemporary and international standards as well as international engagements of the Republic of Turkey. 3) In order to realize those themes; a) Effective public awareness on those subjects should be made. b) International and national legislations should be studied in compulsory subjects or optional courses in each department of various disciplines related to the conservation of cultural heritage directly or indirectly in the Higher Education System of Turkey. In this paper, those themes are expressed in detail. In the first part of the paper, information about ‘EU Legislation on Cultural Heritage and Turkey’ is given. In the second part, the brief history of the conservation of the cultural heritage is talked about. General analysis of the ‘International Legislation’ and ‘Education in International Legislation’ is made in the third part. In the last part of the Paper, ‘Conservation Education in the Higher Education System of Turkey’ within the Framework of the International Legislations is described in detail and some suggestions are made.
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