Online Public Event
Monitoring Living Heritage in Education:
Contributing to Heritage Safeguarding and to Achieving SDG 4
This event is organized with the aim to raise awareness for the benefits and challenges of monitoring living heritage in education by sharing the results from the previous online expert meeting on ‘Education-related indicators in the Overall Results Framework for the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and their relationship with SDG4’.
The intersectoral expert meeting that was held in three sessions in December 2020 was a platform for international experts in the field of culture and education from across the world to deepen the understanding of the education-related indicators and demonstrate more clearly the linkages this has with the reporting on the progress towards quality education for sustainable development and peace. It generated important knowledge on the interface between living heritage and education, identified examples to illustrate this relationship and provided advice for future monitoring and reporting in these related fields. The webinar welcomes all governmental and non-governmental stakeholders interested in culture and education to join this debate on monitoring living heritage in education.
26 January 2021
Moderator: Ms. Susanne Schnüttgen, UNESCO
Welcome with opening remarks
Education-related indicators for monitoring the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage and their relationship with SDG 4.7 reporting
|13:30||Moderator: Ms. Janet Blake, lead expert
Illustrative examples of living heritage in education
Panel on Living heritage in education: benefits of (intersectoral) monitoring
Questions from the audience are welcomed