Rene Teijgeler, a social scientist and a conservator, talks about his experience working in Iraq, with a focus on Libraries and Archives, the Ministry of Culture and Museums.
Dr Renad Mansour of Chatham House talks about Chatham House's recent work on policy and cultural heritage and its collaboration with the Nahrein Network.
Lanah Haddad, Iraqi archaeologist and Regional Director of TARII, speaks about her work to safeguard, protect and celebrate Iraqi cultural heritage.
Lanah Haddad looks at the trends and changes in Iraqi archaeology over the past few years and what needs to be done to reform the sector.
Mr Ali al-Makhzomy, founder of Bilweekend tour company in Iraq, talks about developing new methods to strengthen Iraq's tourism infrastructure.
Director of the UNESCO Office for Iraq, Louise Haxthausen, speaks about the rebuilding of Mosul and national and international efforts to revive its spirit of co-existence, learning and education.
Dr Paul Collins, curator at Ashmolean Museum and Co-Principal Investigator of Nahrein Network speaks about story telling and museums in Iraq.
Dr Rozhen Mohammed, head of Digital Cultural Heritage Research Group at Sulaimani Polytechnic University, speaks about using interactive technologies to create a better museum experience in Iraqi Kurdistan and its importance in improving public engagement in cultural heritage.
Dr Ahmed Naji speaks about his work in documenting and preserving Iraq's modern art heritage and discusses plans to safeguard it against further damage.
Carol Isaacs and Daniel Jonas speak about their memories, experiences and work revolving around Iraqi Jewish music heritage.
Dr Alaa Hamdon of Mosul University and archaeologist Dr Caroline Sandes talk to us about the Mosul Book Bridge project and how it supports the rebuilding of Mosul University Library.
The director of Mosul University Libraries, Mr Mohammed Jasim Aal-Hajiahmed, speaks about national and international efforts to rehabilitate the libraries of the University of Mosul.