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RehabiMed Association

RehabiMed Association is an initiative that represents the ongoing experience of partnership between institutions and organizations in over 40 Euro-Mediterranean countries. It brings together a network of experts consolidated by continuing joint work between countries in the north and south of the Mediterranean, which extends its experience and knowledge to other regions of the world.

Today, there are over 400 members of RehabiMed Association: universities, government agencies, non-governmental organizations and above all individual experts in different fields of rehabilitation and urban regeneration or professionals who are interested in entering the sector. All specialize in the rehabilitation and restoration of heritage and the revitalization of historic centres.

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Third Meeting of the Technical Committee for Heritage for Development Project

Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation carried out the third meeting of the Technical Committee for the Heritage for Development (Her4Dev): “Investing in People – Development Cooperation Instrument: Strengthening Capacities in the Cultural Sector” on Wednesday the 14th of August at the Intercontinental Jacir Palace Bethlehem. More…

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Heritage for Development Workshop

Within the activities of Heritage for Development Project (Her4Dev): investing in people for the rehabilitation & management of historic city centre), CCHP organized a workshop for the project’s partners in Amman from the 24th – 26th of June, 2013. More…

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“LIVING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN” at the Museu Marítim de Barcelona

  An exhibition about the values of traditional architecture in the Mediterranean   It is almost ten years since the travelling exhibition “Living in the Mediterranean” started touring around the Euro-Mediterranean regions. It has been hosted by over 50 cities, from Aleppo to Barcelona, generating all kinds of debates about intervention in historic centres, promoting […]

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The exhibition “Different Viewpoints” goes to school

Throughout April and May 2013, the exhibition “Different Viewpoints. Living in the Mediterranean” was on show at Pau Casals secondary school in Badalona. On Thursday 25 April, at midday, Montserrat Villaverde gave the talk “Mediterranean. Heritage without papers”.  

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RehabiMed in Ouargla, Algeria

The concern with safeguarding traditional heritage in Algeria is being expressed in a series of seminars and congresses with the aim of encouraging debate among national and international institutions, associations and professionals about the way forward.   From 10 to 13 March 2013, the international seminar “Ouargla secteur sauvegardé” was organized by the Algerian Ministry […]

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RehabiMed present at the LiBaM conference in Barcelona

BaM started its activities for 2013 with the LiBaM conference at the Pou de la Figuera centre, with some 50 participants. RehabiMed was there, bringing its experience in Lebanon; Montserrat Villaverde presented the publications about the maintenance and rehabilitation of traditional Lebanese architecture, and exhibitions of Lebanese heritage. Poster More about the conference LiBaM Handbook […]

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RehabiMed presented at the Ateneu de Maó, Minorca

At a time when traditional architecture is a value for development and a basis for promotion, the Montada project is at the forefront of its application in the Maghreb, with the foundations of work previously carried out by the RehabiMed and Corpus projects. These many years of work will be presented at the Ateneu de […]

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From zellige to trencadís

Alongside the open studios in Ciutat Vella, RehabiMed and Montada collaborated with the Taller de Restauració Ciutat Vella—Chroma, which organized workshops for children. Montada contributes the materials created in the workshops of traditional Maghrebi architecture in order to produce integrative interpretations of Catalan and Maghrebi heritage. Video: from zellige to trencadís