“On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports and the Permanent Delegation of Greece to UNESCO in cooperation with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre are organizing an international Conference in Delphi (Greece) on 17-18 November 2022, entitled: The Next 50 – The future of World Heritage in challenging times enhancing resilience and sustainability. (…)

The aim of the Delphi Conference is to present critical factors of our times that affect cultural and natural monuments, worldwide, and the potential of the World Heritage Convention to contribute to their identification and mitigation. In this context, Delphi Conference aspires to deal mainly with two topics, which already affect and are predicted to be decisive for the future: climate change and sustainable tourism. A special sub-session will be dedicated to Small Island Developing States (SIDS)” (UNESCO 2022)

Chair holder, Prof. Cantoni participated and gave a keynote on the 18th of November (09:30 – 11.00) about “World Heritage and Tourism. How can digital media help enhancing resilience and sustainability” at “The Next 50 – The future of World Heritage in challenging times enhancing resilience and sustainability” in Delphi.¬†