ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre in Sharjah is open to internship and fellowship candidates from all its Arab states members. Internships are offered to professionals seeking to increase their experience in cultural heritage preservation and to acquire knowledge and learn new techniques in the fields of specialization of the ICCROM-ATHAR Centre. Fellowships are offered to those wishing to undertake research in a particular field of cultural heritage preservation, relevant to the Arab region.

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Former Interns

Syria

Hellen Almoustafa (1 April – 30 May 2017)
Project: Assisting on the implementation of the introduction to architectural documentation in the Arab region as well as reviewing and editing some of the publications.

Egypt

Lama Said (1 July – 30 September 2017)
Project: Assisting in the planning and implementation of short courses including the “Introduction of Stone and Mortar conservation”, and assisting in the Tracking Trends project, and surveying publications produced in the Arab Region.

Ahmad Mansour  (1 February – 31 March 2008)
Project: researching aspects of heritage education for professionals and public outreach; and, preparation of a publication arising from the ATHAR courses.

Pakistan

Hafsa  Tameez (18 June – 18 September 2017)
Project: researching and compiling data on higher education training programme in heritage conservation within the Arab region for ICCROM’s Tracking Trends project aimed to map current training opportunities for cultural heritage conservation around the world.

Amal Sachedina (17 August – 31 December 2004)
Project: assisting in the 2004 ATHAR Programme implementation activities, particularly the database of conservation projects in the Arab region.

Poland

Anna Maria Kotarba-Morley (15 October – 13 December 2012)
Project:
 assist in the preparation of the  ATHAR course on Management and Conservation of Cultural Heritage: Sites and Museums Collections, which took place in Sharjah, UAE and Doha, Qatar from 11 November to 13 December 2012.

United Kingdom

Christian Biggi (10 January – 10 June 2005)
Project:
assist in the 2005 ATHAR Programme implementation activities, particularly the database of conservation projects in the Arab region.