Marina Calvo is an anthropologist who works as a consultant in the field of intangible cultural heritage. She carried out several needs assessments and technical assistance for the implementation of the 2003 Convention in various contexts. She managed and designed several projects and programmes in the field of ICH, cultural heritage and historical cities, social inclusion and museums programmation for cultural and international agencies. She has worked for UNESCO since 2011, for the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation (AECID) and for the National Anthropology Museum in Madrid. In the framework her PhD, she researches on memory and exile.
Working experience in:
Algeria, Djibouti, Malta, Senegal, Spain, Sudan, Tunisia
French, English, Spanish