Our Heritage, Your Say: Report on the Consultation with Young People on the Future of Heritage in Ireland

Our Heritage, Your Say: Report on the Consultation with Young People on the Future of Heritage in Ireland

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As part of its strategic planning process, the Heritage Council sought the views and opinions of young people on the future of heritage in Ireland.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): Child Law Clinic, UCC
Heritage Resource Guide: making connections with the past and present

Heritage Resource Guide: making connections with the past and present

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The Heritage Resource Guide compiles a range of online heritage resources. This include archives, digital collections, data bases and inventories, GIs applications, video, mobile apps, most of which can be accessed freely on personal devices.

It covers numerous subjects e.g. archaeology and history, architecture, coastal and marine, habitats  and species, museums and collections.

If you notice that a favourite resource of yours is not included, please let us know.  This Guide is a living, expanding list.  It was compiled as part of the Heritage Council's contribution to the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council
Heritage Outlook: 20th Anniversary Edition

Heritage Outlook: 20th Anniversary Edition

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A special edition of the Heritage Council's magazine celebrating the organisation's 20 year anniversary.

The issue features a selection of articles from Ireland's leading academics, professionals, practitioners and policy makers examining the critical achievements in heritage over the last 20 years and highlighting the issues that will be central to the sector's development in to the future.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
Heritage Outlook Winter 2011/ Spring 2012

Heritage Outlook Winter 2011/ Spring 2012

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Quarterly magazine of the Heritage Council, with news, events, opportunities and heritage features.

In this issue:

Ireland's Distinctive Past Inspiring an Innovative Future - This issue examines the contribution that heritage can make to both economic recovery and to Ireland's re-emerging sense of identity.

Also in this Issue: - Building Ireland’s Creative Economy - Understanding Limerick: Place, Heritage and Inequality in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland - The Impacts of Historic Environments on Towns & Cities.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
Heritage Outlook Winter 2010-Spring 2011

Heritage Outlook Winter 2010-Spring 2011

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Magazine of the Heritage Council. Main feature: wrought iron gates-An important element of our architectural heritage. 

Features: wrought iron gates-An important element of our architectural heritage. It's A Small World- the astonishing world of Ireland's invertebrates, In appreciation of painted signs & more. 

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council
Heritage Outlook Summer 2010

Heritage Outlook Summer 2010

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Heritage Council Magazine, summer 2010 Edition. Main article Nurture Through Nature-the importance of outdoor experiences for children. 

Also in this issue - Bogland Beauties & 2010 International Year of Biodiversity.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council
Heritage Outlook Winter 2009-Spring 2010

Heritage Outlook Winter 2009-Spring 2010

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Magazine of the Heritage Council: winter 2009. Main Feature- A Green Field is a blank canvas, The Media and Ireland's attitude to heritage. 

Features - A Green Field is a blank canvas, The Media and Ireland's attitude to heritage, Nature or nuisance - Ireland's relationship with the natural world and Basking Sharks - Tracking the great fish of the sun.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
Birds, Bats, Buildings and You

Birds, Bats, Buildings and You

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A leaflet explaining the importance of our buildings for bats and birds.

Building owners are the guardians of many bats and nesting birds.This publication is not intended to be exhaustive guidance if you are planning works on your building, but to deepen our understanding of how important buildings are for bats and birds.

  • Published by: The Heritage Council
  • Author(s): The Heritage Council