Rethinking the UNESCO’s Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage

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The webinar aims to reflect on the applicability of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (2013). Through different oral interventions, the problems arising from the application of the convention will be discussed, seeking to rethink the need to improve it. Consideration will be given, in particular, to issues arising from the role of communities in safeguarding intangible cultural heritage and traditional know-how.

The event is organized under the project BDIAS – Capturing mechanisms and presentation of intangible cultural heritage with emphasis on new media use, financed by the transnational cooperation between Portugal and Slovakia, and developed in partnership between the UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage of the University of Évora and the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences at Comenius University in Bratislava.

PROGRAMME

Welcome

Antónia Fialho Conde (BDIAS project coordinator | CIDEHUS-University of Évora)

Moderators:

Ana Carvalho (UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage & CIDEHUS-University of Évora)

Eva Capková (Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences – Comenius University in Bratislava)

On the Intangible Cultural Heritage context

Milan Konvit (Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences – Comenius University in Bratislava)

Title to be defined

Anna Plassat Muríňová (Ambassador, Permanent Delegate of Slovakia to the UNESCO)

Safeguarding ICH but also communities traditional know-how

Filipe Themudo Barata (UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage & CIDEHUS-University of Évora)

Community Innovation Labs for ICH

Jesse Marsh (TCBL Lab)

Discussion

06.09.2021

Zoom Platform | Free access

Zoom Link | https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/86735579915

3pm – 5pm (WEST), UTC +1 | Time Zone in Portugal

4pm – 6pm (CEST), UTC +2 | Time Zone in Slovakia

Organization:

University of Évora (CIDEHUS and UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage) and Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences – Comenius University in Bratislava.

This initiative is part of the European Heritage Days 2021/Jornadas Europeias do Património 2021.

Event organized under the project BDIAS – Capturing mechanisms and presentation of intangible cultural heritage with an emphasis on new media use, financed by the transnational cooperation between Portugal and Slovakia (FCT and APVV)


 

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