The International National Trusts Organisation (INTO)

There is a climate and nature emergency. How can we use our spaces, experiences and voice to adapt to withstand climate change, build community and strengthen resilience for heritage and nature?

The 2024 INTO conference is hosted in partnership with Petra National Trust. We look forward to welcoming  delegates to Le Royal Hotel in Amman, Jordan. The conference will take place on the 3rd – 6th December 2024.

A major pillar of programming in this conference will be Withstanding Change, our project in partnership with INTO members from Africa and the Middle East generously supported by the British Council’s Cultural Protection Programme. Come and experience how National Trusts are protecting heritage and opening up conversations about climate change thanks to this flagship programme.

logo for the British Council  Petra National Trust logo

The INTO conference is hands-down the best investment I make in my own personal and professional development, and in finding new ideas for my National Trust.
- Natalie Bull, National Trust for Canada

Pricing and Bursaries

Ticket prices will be available soon – please bookmark this page and subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to hear. You can also submit your details on our registration form below.

Support will be available to some INTO member organisations to attend INTO Jordan. As always, delegates will need to demonstrate need and offers of support will be limited to those coming from certain countries.

Bursaries will in general support the conference fee and in some exceptional circumstances may be extended to include travel costs. Delegates will typically be expected to meet their own accommodation costs. For more information about bursary allocation, please get in touch with us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose my own accommodation?

Yes. The conference will take place in the Le Royal Hotel in Amman and delegates will benefit from a preferential room rate, but you are welcome to choose your own accommodation.

Is food included?

Lunch, coffees and teas will be included throughout the conference programme.

I have specific access needs, will these be accommodated?

All INTO conferences are as inclusive as possible. You will be asked about access needs as part of the registration process. If you have any specific access needs you would like to discuss, please get in touch with us.

Are there bursaries available for my place?

Please see above for information about bursaries and financial support.

Will I be able to see local sites in Jordan?

One day of the conference will introduce delegates to PNT’s work, with the option to choose from a number of site visits near Amman. The conference organisers will also coordinate an optional fourth day visit to Petra. This will come at an additional cost.

Can I find out who the other delegates are that are attending?

INTO conferences are attended by people in leadership positions from our global heritage network. A delegate list will be circulated prior to the event.

Will there be a hybrid online option to join?

Please check back for updates. We are working with the venue to find out if we can offer some of the conference content via live stream.


Meet one of our brilliant speakers, HRH Princess Dana Firas of Jordan:

Totally inspirational three days, a reminder of the global family we are part of as we tackle how to be relevant to all and issues of our time like Climate Action
- Dundee 2022 conference delegate

Want to know more about INTO conferences?

The INTO conference is at the heart of everything we do.

Born in the 1970s as the International Conference for National Trusts (ICNT), this brilliant event gathers people from across the globe to collaborate for the protection of cultural and natural heritage.

It is an opportunity for our network to meet and discuss collective goals and challenges. Each biennial conference is hosted by a member of our global family in partnership with INTO.

INTO conference statements

On cultural sustainability and climate change

Oliver Maurice talking to delegates at COP 18

Calling for global action to protect and promote tangible and intangible heritage

Then INTO Chairman Simon Molesworth introducing the Victoria Declaration at COP 18

On the implications for cultural sustainability of climate change

HE Mary Robinson addresses INTO Dublin 2009

On climate change