The second module of MCC Libya 2014 is currently underway at CCA’s headquarters near Rome. It is the first in a series of training courses run by CCA over the next two years. The start of the 2014-2016 edition of MCC marks the beginning of the second phase of MOSAIKON, an international initiative aiming to build capacity in mosaic conservation in the Mediterranean region.
On March 24th, five conservators from the Libyan Department of Antiquities began an intensive training program, consisting in two four-week modules. We were delighted to welcome Abdalsalam Sadoun, Ashraf Bulkasim Mohammed, Bader Omer Al – Beraiki, Essam Mustafa Baridan and Mahmoud Milad Abuhlega.