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The Annual Training Workshop for Cultural Heritage Managers 2017 in Viet Nam
Author:Nguyen Thi Thu Trang  PublishDate:2017-09-21  Hits:1132

From 21-23 September 2017, the Annual Training Workshop for Cultural Heritage Managers in Viet Nam 2017 was held by the Department of  Cultural Heritage (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Viet Nam) in Hue City.

 

Attending this workshop, there are over 300 trainees who are leaders of local museums, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Viet Nam’s museums, World Heritage Sites, Historical Monuments Management Centers, Cultural Heritage Divisions, Cultural Activities Divisions in 63 provinces/cities of Viet Nam.

 

This workshop is being presented by experts in the field of cultural heritage such as: Ms. Misako Ohnuki, Deputy Director General of International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO, Mr. Bill Hart and Mr. Sherif El-Itriby of the Cultural Innovations Foundation; Mr. Micheal Croft, Head of Office and UNESCO Representative to the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. The valuable and useful knowledge of international lecturers at the workshop has helped cultural heritage managers get the new perspectives in safeguarding and promoting Vietnamese cultural heritage which consistent with the current situation as well as catch up with the trend of the world.

 

The organization of the annual workshop has shown that the professional training in order to improve the quality of human resources in the cultural heritage of Viet Nam has always been respected in many years. This is an opportunity for the cultural heritage managers of 63 provinces/cities in Viet Nam to learn new legal provisions on cultural heritage field, update information and knowledge about management and safeguarding cultural heritage domestically and internationally. In addition, the workshop is also a place for them to exchange and share experiences, make recommendations on issues related to current regulations in the practical conditions. From there, solutions to improve the effectiveness of state management activities in the field of safeguarding and promoting of cultural heritage values as well as to harmonize the relationship between conservation and development in Viet Nam will be proposed in a vibrant way.

 

 

Figure 1: Mr. Micheal Croft, Head of Office and UNESCO Representative to the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam at the Training Workshop

 

 

Figure 2: Dr. Nguyen The Hung, General Derector of Department of Cultural Heritage at the Training Workshop

 

 

Figure 3: Ms. Misako Ohnuki, Deputy Director General of International Research Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO at the Training Workshop

 

Participants at the Training Workshop

 

Figure 4: Participants at the Training Workshop

 

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