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Date(s) - 20/10/2017 - 22/10/2017
All Day

Alhamra Lahore, Pakistan



Archaeology as an instrument in building soft image of Pakistan

a)    Heritage and Archaeology role in Nation building and Archaeology as a tool for promoting national pride.

b)    Archaeology and Heritage in Pakistan a public and global good.

c)    Role of Civil Society in the protection and promotion of cultural Heritage.


Latest Archaeological Discoveries in Pakistan

a)    Latest archaeological discoveries in various periods of the Archaeological heritage of Pakistan: From Palaeolithic up to the British period.

b)    Contributions of the foreign archaeological missions, needs and perspective.


Archaeology and Academic Directions; Importance of the Science of Archeology

a)    National awareness teaching program, inculcating archaeological and heritage narratives in the curriculum from primary to tertiary levels.

b)    Museums and Museum’s role in educating and creating awareness.

c)    The role of media in the preservation and promotion of archaeological heritage

d)    New technologies and hard sciences, perspective and opportunity

e)    HEC role in providing trainings in various trades related to Archaeological Heritage’

f)     Developing linkages and sharing global experiences in the latest technological developments pertaining to the conservation of tangible and intangible heritage of Pakistan.


Documentation, Preservation  and Protection of the archaeological Heritage of Pakistan

a)    Mapping of archaeological Heritage of Pakistan.

b)    Preservation and promotion of the intangible cultural heritage.

c)    Management of the sites, involvement of local communities, a condition for sustainability.

d)    Post Conflict heritage recovery

e)    Protecting the national heritage from trafficking (with WCO, UNODC, FBR, Directorate General of Training & Research (Customs) and (NSPP).

f)     The involvement of the private sector an opportunity for the museums (public-private partnership, acquisition, foundation)


g)    World Heritage Sites in Pakistan, its management, preservation, conservation and restoration issues.


Impact of climate  change on the rise and fall of civilizations

a)    Climate change and its impact on the rise and fall of the civilizations.

b)    Climatic effects on the built heritage of Pakistan.


Pakistan as a cultural tourism destination

a)    Archaeological Heritage and Tourism: An inseparable combination and Tourism Potential in Pakistan, focusing cultural    heritage (both tangible and intangible).

b)    Involvement of private sector in the promotion and protection of heritage and Developing Tourism facilities near heritage sites

c)    Cultural heritage tourism: economic benefits of heritage tourism industry of Pakistan.

d)    Which environment needs the private sector to develop touristic facilities next to heritage sites?


  • aownali

    I am a photojournalist, feature writer, and editor. I am particularly interested in documentary photography of historical architectural and cultural heritage of my country, Pakistan. As a documentary photographer, my work for www.orientalarchitecture.com and www.Dawn.com has brought the historical architecture of my country to the public attention. It is, in fact, an effort to bring people closer to the heritage. A graduate of Beaconhouse National University School of Journalism, I am based in Lahore, Pakistan.

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