Cultural Heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values. Cultural Heritage is often expressed as either Intangible or Tangible Cultural Heritage (ICOMOS, 2002).
Cultural heritage comes in many shapes and forms.
Cultural groups can share many different characteristics. They include:
Culture, religion, ethnicity, language, nationality, sexual orientation, class, gender, age, disability, health differences, geographic location and lots of other things.
In the youth field, diversity is often confused with inclusion but there are small differences between them and we believe, in many cases, a dual focus is required – not only including all young people but strengthening the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to fully accept, support and promote the differences in society. Inclusion of everyone ensures that all young people can take part and the focus on diversity ensures that everybody can take part on their own terms.
Bridging the skills gap in Cultural Heritage, Brussels 27 November 2019
3D digital Cultural Heritage for resilience, recovery and sustainability, 27 May 2020 (Live Streaming)
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