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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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Seleccio de fotografies 2010

Selection of photographs 2010

The winning photograph: Downtown (Egipte), Nour El Refai Special Mention of the Jury: La transe du Arrif (Tunísia), Augustin Le Gall Seductive Cairo (Egipte), Gianluca Capri     Procession du Panier (França), Frédéric Seguran Belonging to the past (Territoris Palestins), Eyad Jadallah Selected Pictures The Granary of Rome (Itàlia), James Terton Mon Capitaine (França), Sébastien Benderouiche Alosno (Espanya), Francisco Vallejo Traditional Olive Oil […]

Presentacio del Metode Rehabimed a Paris

Presentation of the Rehabimed Method in Paris

On 6 April, the RehabiMed Method and its use in Mediterranean countries was presented in the auditorium of La Cité de l’Architecture & du Patrimoine de Paris. The presentation took place in the framework of the thematic lectures organized by the École de Chaillot, specifically the talk on the subject of “Historic districts for all: […]

Conservacio preventiva i manteniment. M’Zab, Algeria

Preventive conservation and maintenance. M’Zab, Algeria

Preventive conservation and maintenance A workshop on “Preventive conservation and maintenance” was held from 23 to 25 November 2009 in the M’Zab Valley, in southern Algeria, organized by the Euromed Heritage programme of the European Union and the Algerian Ministry of Culture. The Rehabilitation and Environment Unit of the CAATEEB was invited to explain its […]

Medinas 2030 in Barcelona

Medinas 2030 in Barcelona

La sala de exposiciones del CAATEEB acogerá entre los días 16 y 30 de noviembre la exposición itinerante “Medinas 2030”. Una interesante visión de las experiencias de rehabilitación realizadas en los centros históricos de diversas ciudades del Mediterráneo: Túnez, Meknés, Argel, El Cairo, Siracusa, Madaba, Jaffa, Hebrón, Dubrovnik, Córdoba, Alepo y Tir. La muestra propone […]


3rd. RIWAQ BIENNALE. A Geography: 50 Villages

The Palestine people is resisting occupation and isolation with the collaboration of artists from all over the world and, most especially, with a policy of rehabilitation for its historic centres On 12 October, the Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad opened the third Riwaq Biennale in the presence of various ministers and local authorities, and with […]

RehabiMed and Montada presented in Paris

From 5 to 8 November 2009, Europe’s biggest cultural heritage show took place at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. With a total of 250 expositors and over 250,000 visits, this venue has become a major meeting point for all professionals involved in heritage management and rehabilitation. This year saw the incorporation of specific sections […]

Presentation of RehabiMed at the CAATEEB in Mataró, Barcelona

Coinciding with the exhibition “Living in the Mediterranean”, which ran at the CAATEEB in Mataró from 17 April to 22 May 2009, two lectures were given by Xavier Casanovas and Montserrat Villaverde. The exhibition, which has travelled to dozens of Mediterranean towns and cities, goes beyond commonplaces and preconceived ideas to promote knowledge of the […]

RehabiMed: Urban Design and the City of the Future

On 26 November 2008, a symposium on Urban Design and the City of the Future was held in Milan. The event was organized by the Fondazione Èuropa—Osservatorio sulle politiche d’ell’Unione and was held at the headquarters of the Umanitaria society, a former convent complex that has been turned into a very active centre for the […]