Namibia: scaling up the inventorying of intangible cultural heritage
Selected from different parts of the country, participants to the workshop focused on specific aspects of ICH identification, inventorying and community interactions. In addition, a component on participatory training methods has been a part of the workshop programme, facilitated by two intangible cultural heritage training experts, Mr Stephen Chifunyise of Zimbabwe and Mr Lovemore Mazibuko of Malawi.
The experience of this pilot workshop in Namibia and its possible replication within the region will be discussed during the upcoming workshop “Southern African Regional ICH strategy, focus on the national Training of Trainers processes” to be organised by UNESCO Windhoek Office in Harare, Zimbabwe from 30 April to 2 May 2013.
- 08/19-04-2013, Waterberg (Namibia): Namibia: rolling out the capacity building strategy at the national level
- Countries: Namibia
30 April 2013 – Haiti: on the road to effective and sustainable implementation of the Convention11 April 2013 – Guatemala lays the foundation for effective and sustainable implementation of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage