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Community Empowerment & Landscape

 

research report

This report – launched on 13 September 2018 – has been published jointly by Inherit and Community Land Scotland.

The research is about how we define ‘landscape’, and how the way this is done affects people’s ability to develop as communities and to influence decisions about the land. It was undertaken in response to concerns about the potential for landscape policy to act as a barrier to rural renewal in Scotland, and to efforts to address the ongoing depopulation of already sparsely-populated areas.

For further information about the project, see the Our Work section of our website.

Inherit's strategy

Our Strategy explains our purpose and approach, and our character as an organisation. It outlines our key objectives and priorities, and the activities through which we will play our part in enabling people to use heritage to transform their lives.

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Archaeological practice and heritage protection

in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

This is an 18-month long project funded by the Cultural Protection Fund of the British Council which brings together a partnership of the University of Glasgow (lead organization), the Directorate of Antiquities of the Suleymaniyah Governorate in Iraq, the Department of Anthropology of Dartmouth College in USA and Inherit.

An international team of archaeologists and cultural heritage professionals, coordinated by Dr Claudia Glatz (University of Glasgow), brings together a range of research interests in the archaeology of north-east Iraq and expertise in working with communities in challenging cultural and ethnic contexts.

Cultural Corridors of Peace

Preserving the living memory of the pastoral routes and heritage of the Bedouin in Lebanon

The Cultural Corridors of Peace is a programmatic initiative led by INHERIT in collaboration with Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management of the American University of Beirut (AUB).

 

The aim of the initiative is to work with the Bedouin of Bekaa in Lebanon for the safeguarding and promotion of their nomadic pastoralist routes and connections with the Levant and Mesopotamia as corridors of peace and economic prosperity. The project’s significance is amplified in the context of the current war in Syria and the border tensions with Lebanon, as well as Jordan and Iraq, where these cultural corridors serve as a mnemonic of the wider regional heritage.

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