Antiquities department, CBRL sign data exchange deal

[25-09-2022 01:04 PM]

Ammon News - A memorandum of understanding was signed on Sunday by the Department of Antiquities and the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) to institutionalize their partnership, advance archeological research in Jordan, and safeguard its cultural heritage.

Under the agreement, the department will provide exhaustive archeological data through surveys, excavations, documentation, scientific publication, and interpretation.

Due to its extensive responsibilities, the department strives to consistently collaborate with local and global institutions in order to preserve cultural heritage. One of those partners is the CBRL, which was founded in the 1970s to facilitate the work of students and researchers and to conduct projects in archeology, heritage, sociological and humanitarian sciences.

The agreement also calls for the exchange of information and documents, the facilitation of projects, activities, and programs, and technical assistance in developing employees' capacities through training and rehabilitation.


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