APLH CROWDMAP

The APLH crowdmap is the first of its kind to cover the whole Lebanese territory.

It allows any Lebanese citizen or person who is informed/concerned in Lebanese heritage, to pinpoint heritage edifices or archaeology in their vicinity.

Users can also highlight whether this heritage is endangered, as a means to inform

the APLH about any imminent danger threatening said heritage.

The users can also set a category to the heritage they want to plot on the crowdmap,

creating a concise and detailed documentation of Lebanese heritage covering the Lebanese territory.

 

Anyone can make an entry but the APLH will have to moderate it in order to validate it.

This makes the map’s mechanism akin to Wikipedia, where anyone with information can

contribute to the crowdmap, and any erroneous/superfluous info will be weeded out later, in the moderation process.

Enjoy using the APLH crowdmap and being an active contributor to the documentation of Lebanese heritage.

The APLH wishes you a happy and optimistic new year.

See you in 2014 with more heritage news and true activism.

APLH

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About APLH

The association for the protection of the Lebanese heritage, is an initiative launched by young Lebanese artists/intellectuals back in march 2010 on Facebook under the name ‘stop destroying your heritage!’. The group is still in existence and was opened for activism against the destruction of old Lebanese buildings by senseless Development. Founding members: Pascale Ingea Josef Haddad Jad Mhanna Official Status: The Association for the Protection of the Lebanese Heritage was registered on the 14th of july 2010 at the ministry of interior and has been officially announced in the official journal on the 28th of October 2010 (issue 50). The association’s permit number is 1764. Members: Members of the executive committee for the year 2011: Pascale Ingea- President Georges El Khoury- Vice President Mireille Haddad- Accounting Josef Haddad- Secretary Janine Ingea- Treasurer Jad Mhanna- Legal Advisor and Board Member
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