The project activities include:
- The Educational Resource Kit “World Heritage in Young Hands“ has been developed, translated and distributed in more than 30 languages.
- Eight episodes of Patrimonitos adventures were published, based on a storyboard competition among ASPnet secondary schools on selected world heritage sites.
- Regular World Heritage Youth Forums, teacher-training seminars on the use of the World Heritage Education Kit, and on-site skills-development course for young people are held.
With more than 130 Member States participating in the project, “World Heritage in Young Hands“ has continuously developed as one of the most successful flagship projects of UNESCO for young people.