"THE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE THAT EXISTS FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS PROVIDES A LINK BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR PAST"
Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) in Bethlehem organized a meeting with the students of the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management at the University of Bethlehem on Wednesday, March 16, aiming to raise awareness and knowledge of this group to the urgent need to preserve the cultural heritage and emphasize its economic and social importance and global value.
The Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation “CCHP” in Bethlehem is carrying out surveys in number of Cultural Heritage Landscape areas in Bethlehem District, and for this purpose the centre is seeking to recruit employees and consultants in the following positions:
On Sunday the 13th of December, Bethlehem Municipality celebrated the launching of a range of its projects funded by the Italian Government through the Palestinian Municipalities Support Program (PMSP), with the presence of the mayor of Bethlehem Ms. Vera Baboun, the Minister of Local Government Dr. Hussein Al-Araj, the Italian Consul General in Jerusalem Dr. Davide Ascelia, President of John Paul II Foundation in the Middle East Fr. Ibrahim Faltas, members of the municipal and youth council, municipality staff, and representatives of Italian municipalities of Milan, Florence, Montevarchi, Vicenza, Padua, and Vezoulih, San Miniato, and Tchivita Castellana.