Within the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme, the project was organized in China on 1st to 5th Februrary. Following the overarching goal, the project contributed for youth and youth organizations to build the capacity and deepen their knowledge on issues related to preservation, conservation and promotion World Heritgae effectively.
The participants produced videos related to the World Heritage site of Fujian Tulou, applying the knowledge from the course by local organizations and schools in China. The project is a follow-up the training workshop held Oct 2014 and which is linked to the UNESCO-Panasonic Eco-Learning Project.
What are the objectives?
To provide a platform for exchange and networking among youth volunteers and young people.
To contribute to capacity building of young people through skills training in the field of media and communications
To promote awareness on importance of communication as an essential element of World Heritage Volunteers.
To introduce educational tools for communication, present ways to deliver messages effectively and share knowledge.