On 23 June 2021, UNESCO-ICHCAP and its collaborative partners IICAS and the KF Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum Secretariat held the third preparatory committee meeting for the Silk Roads Living Heritage Networking Program.
Living Heritage and the COVID-19 pandemic: responding, recovering and building back for a better future
In April 2020 the Living Heritage Entity launched an online survey aimed at grasping the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.
To celebrate the project’s accomplishments, 20 short videos featuring the ICH stories in Old Tbilisi produced as a key outcome of the project will be screened on 19 June at a public presentation to be held at the Upper Bethlemi Church Terrace in Tbilisi.
Alongside World Oceans Day, it is an opportunity to have a glimpse at the living heritage practices related to oceans and to discover the various ways the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage, of oceans and of the environment at large are entangled.
Collaboration and Content Competitiveness Are Key to the Success of ichLinks, an Intangible Heritage Information Sharing Platform
On 27 May 2021, the ichLinks Official Launching Ceremony was held for three hours starting from 2:00 pm Korean time. Experts as speakers and presenters congratulated the launch of ichLinks and advised on the key to the platform’s success.
Living heritage as an enabling force for transformative education: an online session on 3 June with the UNESCO Associated Schools Network
From 31 May to 4 June 2021, the Global ASPnet meeting will bring together teacher education and training institutions represented by deans, teacher educators and student teachers from the UNESCO Associated Schools Network (ASPnet).
A national music contest is being organized in Panama to raise awareness about living heritage amongst young people
The music contest “Panamá Unidos en Canción” (Panama United in Song) was organized by the artist Patricia Vlieg and the organization Youth United for Education, with the support of the Ministries of Culture and Education of Panama, civil society actors, and the UNESCO Office in San Jose.
Global reflection on the listing mechanisms of the 2003 Convention: a series of expert meetings just ended
A series of expert meetings organized in the framework of the global reflection on the listing mechanisms of the 2003 Convention ended yesterday.