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  INTERCOM(국제박물관경영위원회) 2014 발표논문접수
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- The Social Impact of Museums
1 - 4 May 2014
Taipei, Taiwan

21st century museum management is confronted with many social challenges. Museums have to be more active in trying to reconsider their social value so that they can fulfill their duty of social responsibility.  The International Committee on Management of the International Council of Museums (INTERCOM) together with the Federation of International Human Rights Museums (FIHRM) will discuss The Social Impact of Museums and underlying challenges in contemporary museum management in three key themes:
1. Museum Value and Valuation
2. Social Memories and Equality Empowerment
3. Social enterprise and working with communities
The aim of the conference is to use the museum as the platform for social harmony and develop our international network of museums and related organizations in three days of stimulating debate, networking opportunities and study visits in Taiwan.  Full details on the three key themes can be found below.
Call for proposals
We would like to invite you to submit your proposal to attend speak at the session. We wish to look at recent and current examples of progressive work in museums or related organizations. You can submit proposals for case studies, research papers, under any of the above themes. Proposals should be no more than 300 words. In addition, you are asked to submit a short biography of about 150-200words.
All papers must be in English.
The deadline is 15 February 2014.
Bursary Scheme
INTERCOM will be aiming to offer bursaries to delegates from low GDP countries. Information about a bursary programme for the conference will be announced separately.
For further details on the conference, please visit the FIHRM or INTERCOM website at www.fihrm.org or www.intercom.museum
If you have any further queries, please contact INTERCOM Secretary Berit Fruelund Kjaerside at intercom@kulturstyrelsen.dk  or FIHRM Coordinator Francoise McClafferty at fihrm@liverpoolmuseums.org.uk