Reconstruction Priorities

Another important planning task is to prepare more detailed plans for the priority areas of rebuilding.

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Reconstruction Guidelines

Reconstruction guidelines outline different models for repair, conservation or substitution works.

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Reconstruction Directory

A reconstruction directory provides a pragmatic framework for guiding and coordinating the reconstruction process.

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Vision for Reconstruction

One of the principal tasks when planning culturally sensitive reconstruction is agreeing on the project’s vision and objectives.

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Historic Monuments

An assessment of damages of historic monuments takes a closer look at the conditions of individual buildings or building complexes of specific cultural and historic value.

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Institutional Damage

Wars and armed conflicts do not only destroy buildings and physical infrastructure.

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Housing, Land and Property

Housing, land and property (HLP) rights are about people having a home, free from the fear of forced eviction – a place that offers shelter, safety and the ability to secure a livelihood. In post-conflict situations, respecting legitimate pre-war HLP rights is of the utmost importance.

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Urban Cultural Heritage

Since the end of the Second World War the international community, notably UNESCO, has developed a comprehensive body of conventions and declarations on protecting and preserving cultural heritage.

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Sectoral Damage

A more detailed assessment of the damage done to the housing stock and urban infrastructure is essential when planning the reconstruction and recovery of cultural heritage.

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3D Modelling

3D models of buildings are mostly being used by engineers and architects in the planning and construction process as well as scientists like archaeologists and building historians.

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