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The ICOMOS IFLA International Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes (ISCCL) is a joint Committee with members from either or both ICOMOS, International Council on Monuments and Sites, and IFLA, International Federation of Landscape Architects.

We are organized around expertise in the field of cultural landscapes and the opportunities for collaboration. Drawing on the guidance of both ICOMOS and IFLA, the members of the ISCCL:

  • Work together in person and digitally to advance the field of cultural landscape through identification, increased awareness, study, education and training for protection, preservation, restoration, monitoring and management of cultural landscapes;
  • Collaborate and communicate with and contribute to ICOMOS and IFLA in the realm of cultural landscapes, fostering the gathering and sharing of diverse professional experience and knowledge and developing guidance for ICOMOS and IFLA on cultural landscapes taking into account all the relevant factors with sensitivity to cultural diversity and inclusion;
  • Provide cultural landscapes expertise to ICOMOS for its work with UNESCO World Heritage Centre in assessing, monitoring and advising;
  • Promote ICOMOS and IFLA charters, declarations, principles, policies and statutes, affecting cultural landscapes and related guidance from other organizations and initiatives such as the Latin American Landscape Initiative (LALI) and the European Landscape Convention;
  • Collaborate with IUCN in regard to protected areas that are cultural landscapes, the combined works of nature and humanity;
  • Undertake collaborative projects with other ICOMOS International Scientific Committees and with IFLA regions;
  • Engage ICOMOS National Cultural Landscape Committees and IFLA national federations as requested and practical;

The ISCCL is concerned with both the tangible and the intangible attributes and values of cultural and mixed cultural and natural landscapes. The ISCCL uses the term landscape to mean all kinds including for example: first peoples, indigenous and local community landscapes; productive rural landscapes; urban and industrial landscapes; maritime landscapes; city centers, towns and villages and archaeological sites; designed parks and gardens; and the settings of buildings, structures, monuments.

We position our works at the heart of scientific inquiry and exchange in their cultural and to share knowledge among them to foster an intra-disciplinary approach to heritage protection and management. Committees and Working Groups investigate and examine the protection of the cultural landscapes globally with varied focus based on the topic of their work.