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2022 Global Awards for World Heritage Education Innovative Cases International Sharing Forum will be held in Dec 13
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2022 "Global Awards for World Heritage Education Innovative Cases has significantly improved in both quantity and quality. For a better sharing, spread and interaction, the related process has been systematically upgraded in a timely manner. International sharing forum of winning cases will be held on December 13 online.

The list of winning cases in 2022 will be announced, and some winning cases will be invited for international sharing and live streaming. In order to increase the focus of the theme, we initiate a "SCEIT" model of science-innovative World Heritage education. All case presentations and expert comments will be arranged to show from five aspects: Science, Creativity, Empowerment, Inclusion, Transboundary. 

The forum will also share the strategy and plan of the Award. We will prove by our actions that, as a reliable partner and public service provider of world heritage education innovators, the development of the Award itself is also a wonderful  innovation

This year is coming to the end, let’s work together to add some color to the future of the world heritage education in the post-pandemic era!



2022 "Global Awards for World Heritage Education Innovative Cases" International Sharing Forum

Dec 13, 2022
(18:00-22:10 UCT+8) 
on Zoom
(Simultaneous Interpretation)

Bilingual Live Streaming


Host: Li Xin, Deputy Secretary-General of World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (WHITRAP)

I. Opening Speech 
(18:00-18:10)

Mr. QIN ChangweiSecretary-General of Chinese National Commission for UNESCO


Mr. Shahbaz Khan, Director of UNESCO Beijing Office

 

Mr. DU Yue, World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations

 

Mr. ZHOU JianSecretary-General of WHITRAP


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II. Mission Statement 

(18:10-18:40)


1) The Launch of Heritage-Universe: Mission of "Global Awards for World Heritage Education Innovative Cases" (8 mins)

LI Xin, Deputy Secretary-General of WHITRAP

2) Announcemet: Winning Cases
Award: Star of Prominence (10 cases)
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Award: Star of Discovery (10 cases)
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Award: Star of Future (10 cases) 
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3) Video of Winning Case (10 mins)

4) Display of Digital Certificates of the Award

LIANG Xing, CEO of Henan Huaguan Culture Technology Co., Ltd.

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III. International Sharing of Winning Cases

(18:40-22:00)


Theme: Towards the Future: Five Attributes of Science-Innovative Heritage Education ( SCEIT)

LI Xin, Deputy Secretary-General of WHITRAP  


Embracing Science: Interactive digital scenes unveil the blue ocean of heritage education

Creativity Inspiring: Exploring new ideas and approaches of heritage education in light of local context

Multi-angle Empowerment: Heritage education promotes innovative and sustainable development of heritage sites

Social Inclusion: Heritage education promotes socially inclusive innovation and development

Transboundary Cooperation: Multi-party collaboration promotes the innovation of heritage education cooperation model


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Theme 1. Embracing Science
Interactive digital scenes unveil the blue ocean of heritage education
(18:40-19:20)

1) "Parallel Space: Meet the Terracotta Warriors in Greece" (Greece-China)
MA Yinghua, Vice President of Tsinghua Heritage Institution for Digitization
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2) The Great Wall E-Tour Public Welfare Achievements (China)
MA Yao, Project Director of Tecent Foundation
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3) SHU DAO XING: Game design based on Sanxingdui cultural theme (China)

TIE Zhichao, Lecturer of School of Animation and Game of China Academy of Art

蜀道行

 

4) Building Chinese Architecture With Us (China)

JI Zhou, Organization Founder/Project Leader of Jianweiximu

木结构

 

5) Expert Remark
LIN Tao, General Manager of Beijing Feichang Diangou Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
WANG Yizhe, CEO of Hong Kong Everbright Innovation Center
Note: Each session lasts 8 minutes (same below)

Theme 2. Creativity Inspiring
Exploring new ideas and approaches of heritage education in light of local context 
(19:20-20:00)

1) Hadrian's Wall 1900 Festival (UK)
Bill Griffiths, Chair of Hadrian's Wall 1900 Festival
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2) Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive (Hong Kong, China)
Wendy CHUNG, General Manager of Musicus Society
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3) Role of the Intangible Cultural Isukuti Dance Heritage in Preserving the Kakamega Natural Rainforest (Kenya)
Linus Omondi, Founder and International Program Coordinator of KVSO
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4) Heritage Knowledge Box——World Heritage Children's Science and Education Series Course (China)

LUO Kai, Executive Director, Yijie (Beijing) Education Technology Co., Ltd

遗产百宝箱

 

5) Expert Remark
LOU Ya, Partnerships Officer of The UN Resident Coordinator in China
WU Shan, Secretary-General of the Organizing Committee of the Belt and Road International Youth Model United Nations Summit

Theme 3. Multi-angle Empowerment
Heritage education promotes innovative and sustainable development of heritage sites 
(20:00-20:40)

1) Overall Planning and Research of MEMORY of GUANGZHOU (China)

ZHU Jinglu, Chief Planner of Guangzhou Urban Planning and Design Co., Ltd.
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2) The Practicing of Archaeological Academy Based on Anji Walled City Archaeological Park (China)
KE Anshun, Deputy Director of Anji County Ancient City Relics Protection Center

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3) Wulingyuan World Heritage Sustainable Tourism Exemplary Education Project (China)

YANG Chen, Associate professor of College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University

WULINGYUAN

 

4) Heritage as the Best Classroom: on-site youth education series (Kulangsu Example) (China)

LI Jianyun, Director of CONSERVISION Consulting Co.Ltd

鼓浪屿

 

5) Expert Remark
YUAN Aijun, Director of World Heritage Youth Education Center
Karen CHENG, Senior Programme Manager Arts, British Council China

Theme 4. Social Inclusion
Heritage education promotes socially inclusive innovation and development
(20:40-21:20)

1) "Sewing our Knowledge": Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth (Columbia-UK)
Nikki Locke, Senior Relationship Manager Cultural Heritage, British Council
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2)"Together: Looking for the Light of Civilization" (Liangzhu, China)
LIU Anqi, Liangzhu Museum
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3) Community Engagement and Education in the Protection and Environmental Remediation of Yannan Yuan (China)

WANG Siyu, Assistant professor of School of Archaeology and Museum, Peking University

燕南园

 

4) Leyi Action: Voluntary Service for Sustainable Tourism of Silk Road Heritages and Youth Culture Cultivation (China)

WANG Longkui, Director of Lanzhou Culkor Center for Cultural Exchange

乐遗行动

 

5) Expert Remark
Marie-Noël TOURNOUX, Project Manager of WHITRAP Shanghai
ZHANG Chaozhi, Chair of Sustainable Tourism in UNESCO-listed Heritage Sites

Theme 5. Transboundary Cooperation
Multi-party collaboration promotes the innovation of heritage education cooperation model
(21:20-22:00)

1) An Innovative Model for Integrating Digital Heritage into Higher Education: A Four-in-One Digital Memory Talent Training Project of "Platform-Research-Teaching-Practice"(China)
FENG Huiling, School of Information Resource Management, Renmin University of China
北京记忆

2) Participatory Monitoring of the Grand Canal (China)
ZHANG Jianshuo, Director of the Planning Department of Beijing Weiming Wenbo Culture Technology Co., Ltd.
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3) Youth Heritage Volunteer Action Plan - Ripple Action (China) 

PENG Jing, Founder, Tongji University’s Beautiful Nostalgia Charity Team

涟漪行动

 

4) VR takes root on campus: construction of digital museum of Song Culture for vocational college students (China)

YU Jian, Deputy General Manager of Hangzhou Wanwei Image Technology Co., Ltd.

宋

 

5) Expert Remark
MU Jingchuan, Program Officer of United Nations South-South Cooperation Beijing Office
ZHANG Hai, Secretary-General of Eco Foundation Global
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IV. Outlook: The Future of Innovative Awards and Heritage Education
(22:00-22:10)

1. Future Plans of the Award
LI Xin, Deputy Secretary-General of WHITRAP

2. An Invitation from Zhengzhou

GUO Lei, Deputy Secretary of Zhengzhou Cultural Relics Bureau


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Note: The schedule may be subject to change according to actual situations and pictures in this article are not used as the basis of the awards.

V. Bilingual Live Streaming

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Note: The live streaming of Wechat video account, bilibili and Youtube are not exclusively-used live streaming, so please wait until the meeting time to scan the QR code to watch the meeting. 


VI. Organizer

1. Directed by
Chinese National Commission for UNESCO

2. Host
World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (WHITRAP)


International Center for UNESCO ASPnet (ICUA)

 

3. Supported by
World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres and Associations (WFUCA)

British Council China


College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University


Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Research Institute Co., Ltd.

(names above are not listed in order)

 

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Contributed by: Li Xin
Edited by: Wang Tianxiang
Typeset: Wang Tianxiang, Li Wenchun (intern)

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