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The International Polar Heritage Committee (IPHC) is an international scientific committee within the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

The IPHC was founded 1st November 2000 and focuses on the preservation and protection of polar (Arctic and Antarctic) heritage.  It is a non-politcal organisation made up of members of ICOMOS members from countries with an active polar interests.

Individual members also have their own wider networks of experts who become an additional resource for others involved in polar heritage protection.

The committee does not work directly with indigenous heritage but when necessary it cooperates closely with groups that do.

The International Council on Monuments and Sites / Conseil International des Monuments et des Sites is a non-governmental organisation of professional cultural heritage workers, which serves as an advisory body to UNESCO on matters related to world heritage. It was founded in 1965, and now has national committees in more than 90 countries. In addition to national committees ICOMOS has many specialist international scientific committees.

ICOMOS works to protect and conserve cultural heritage throughout the world.

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International Polar Heritage Committee
President - Julian Bickersteth, International Conservation Services
53 Victoria Ave, Chatswood, Sydney, NSW 2067
Australia
Phone: +61 (02) 9417 3311

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