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FAQs | 2024 Call for Good Practices
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Introduction.
1.What projects can be submitted for the 2024 theme "Environment and Resilience"?
Projects related to "Sustainable Management of Heritage" are eligible for submission under the theme "Environment and Resilience."
Examples include:
    Conservation and Management of Cultural and Natural Resources
        Clarifying the relationship between cultural and natural heritage and the living environment
        Implementing and effectively enforcing Protection Regulations for World Cultural Heritage
        Emphasizing the protection of cultural and natural resources to enhance environmental sustainability
    Establishment and application of the China's World Cultural Heritage Monitoring Platform
    Enhance Preparedness for Effective Response: Reduce Disaster Risks and Adaptation in the Face of Climate Change
        Mastering the "Disaster Risk Management" tools
        Localizing , expanding and implementing the "Disaster Risk Management" tools
    Sustainable Management of Urban Heritage: Shache Historical City, Xinjiang Province, China
    Interaction between Public Space and Community Culture in Heritage Sites
        Planning spatial patterns, cultural heritage sites, traditional dwellings, and intangible cultural heritage using a "people-centered" approach to heritage conservation
        Fostering communicaion among different stakeholders
        Releasing more public spaces, promoting local employment
        Creating sustainable local environments
    UNESCO World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Chinese Pilot Studies
        Mastering the "World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Toolkit" tools
        Localizing , expanding and implementing the tools
        Conducting sustainable tourism activities such as cultural tourism and ecotourism based on the protection of cultural and natural resources
        Incorporating policies and measures for sustainable tourism into heritage site development plans, mechanisms, and strategies
    Data-Driven Storytelling of Vernacular Dwellings on the Silk Road (at 30min)
        Constructing buildings that are natural, with historical roots, and incorporate local traditional craftsmanship helps mitigate climate-related disaster risks
        Supporting resilience and enhancing community adaptability
And so on…

2.Can one project meet multiple themes and be submitted multiple times?

Yes, a project may meet multiple themes and can be submitted multiple times over several years.


The annual themes are: "Environment and Resilience" for 2024, "Prosperity and Livelihoods" for 2025, "Knowledge and Skills" for 2026, and "Inclusion and Participation" for 2027.
The content should highlight its relevance to the theme of the current year.

3.What is required to become the hosting heritage site for the annual meeting?

WHITRAP will collaborate with the hosting heritage site to plan the content of the HeritAP Annual Meeting , showcasing exemplary cases to domestic and international experts.


In addition to the annual meeting, the expert group will conduct capacity-building workshops for heritage site managers, heritage practitioners, etc., delving into "Pathways to Achieving Sustainable Development Goals of World Heritage Contribution and Outlook for the Future."


4.Besides the application form, can additional project materials be provided?
Yes, if applicable, please provide additional project materials in English.
As the projects will be presented in English to the evaluation committee, WHITRAP does not translate additional materials.
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