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Friday, 3rd SEPTEMBER 2021, 13.00 – 15.00 GMT 

The following is the program for the TICCIH Global Members Meeting, taking place 3 September. With the XVIII World Congress in Montreal postponed until 2022, this event is intended as an opportunity to connect with TICCIH’s international industrial heritage community.

We are hoping that this event will only be the first in what could become a series of future meetings, in different languages, covering different time zones, and thus reaping the benefit of the digital revolution that has accompanied the pandemic as one of its very few advantages, and which allows us to communicate globally despite our geographic distance.

Part 1 – Update from the TICCIH Board 

  1. Welcome and Introduction
  2. Message from the TICCIH President – Dr Miles Oglethorpe
  3. Communications – moving forward in a changing world – Professor Marion Steiner, TICCIH Secretary General
  4. Membership – a quick Guide to our new online networking platform – Daniel Schneider, TICCIH Secretariat 
  5. TICCIH 2022 – Congress update and what to expect in Montreal next year – Professor Lucie Morisset  
  6. TICCIH Bulletin – Message from the Editor – James Douet

5-minute break 

Part 2 – Recent Activities & Initiatives 

  1. Historic Petroleum thematic study – James Douet
  2. Textiles thematic study – Mark Watson
  3. Iron & Steel – proposed TICCIH Thematic Study – Rolf Höhmann
  4. Dangerous Heritage – proposed TICCIH Thematic Study – Joeri Januarius
  5. Asian Network of Industrial Heritage (ANIH) – Hsiao-Wei Lin
  6. TICCIH in Africa – Ṣọlá Akíntúndé
  7. Industrial Heritage in India – Aishwarya Tipnis
  8. UNESCO World Heritage update – Miles Oglethorpe

5-minute break 

Part 3 – Q&A and Feedback 

  1. Q & A
  2. Suggestions for future TICCIH activity
  3. Closing comments and thanks from Chair 

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