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IPAL 2022

Heritage Interpretation
  Latin America and the Caribbean

Heritage Interpretation for Latin America and the Caribbean - IPAL, it is established with the purpose of supporting the efforts of Heritage Interpreters in Latin America and the Caribbean; provide tools for the development and recognition of their work in the design of interpretive programs in museums, national parks, zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums, historical sites, theme parks, aviaries, planetariums and other related sites and demonstrate that interpreting is a profession that requires research, standards and organizational representation.

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How to take part?

Become a member of the IPAL Network

The IPAL Network is an international community of professionals who promote the adoption of lines of work, training processes and best practices in the important work of Interpreting our Heritage.

Events and Continuous Education

Participate in events and benefit from accessible and continuous training experience, in person and online.

Acquire professional certifications and accreditations by  recognized organizations.

Strategic collaboration

IPAL makes spaces available for interdisciplinary collaboration and values each contribution, in addition IPAL provides support and tools for communication among its entire network of members.

Membership Advantages

Provides professional networking opportunities

Recognition of the experience in Interpretation

Promotes cultural diversity and interdisciplinarity

Provides opportunities for competitive and leadership development

Increase efficiency in visibility and communication 

Develop professional credibility

IPAL Membership

An organization is a direct reflection of its members and IPAL is very proud of representing an exceptional community.


Members of IPAL not only have access to interpretive and communication resources, but also to a network of international colleagues and recognition for their trajectory in the profession of Interpreting Heritage.