Euroopan kulttuuriympäristöpäivien tapahtumat

LIVIND webinar on Living heritage and cultural sustainability – cultural rights and values

Living heritage builds on the continuity of cultural values that are entailed in the living practices. While some values are indeed supportive to sustainability, others can be seen as contradictory to it. What would this mean for the safeguarding of living heritage?

The cultural pillar, including living heritage, is important in achieving sustainable development. Social and institutional structures, such as associations or public cultural centres, are vital for the continuity of living heritage. What are their roles for cultural sustainability? And what measures should be taken to support the sustainability of cultural frameworks, especially in critical times?

In the last one in our series of LIVIND webinars on living heritage and sustainable development we present a keynote on the rights-based approach and showcase examples of established cultural heritage work in Denmark and of sustaining living heritage in today’s Ukraine. We will also learn about how local action by cities and local governments can contribute to strengthening the role of culture for sustainable development.

Join the LIVIND webinar on Living heritage and cultural sustainability – cultural rights and values on 14 November 2022 at 13.30–16.00 EET (12.30–15.00 CET) to hear this intriguing variety of viewpoints on why cultural aspect is so crucial for achieving the sustainability change!

The webinar is free and open to everyone, whether you are a heritage practitioner, an NGO worker, a museum professional, an entrepreneur, an educator, an artist, an activist, or a researcher. We will bring together an exciting group of people working with different domains of living heritage including crafts, performing arts, environmental know-how, oral heritage, festivities, and food.

Please sign up by 10 November:

We will send a joining link to registered participants.

The webinar is part of the project LIVIND – Creative and living cultural heritage as a resource for the Northern Dimension region, coordinated by the Finnish Heritage Agency and covering nine countries from Northern Europe. The webinar and the workshop are organised by the Finnish Heritage Agency in cooperation with the LIVIND project partners. The language of the event is English.

Kansainvälisessä webinaarissa kuulet asiantuntijapuheenvuoroja ja käytännön kokemuksia elävän perinnön ja kulttuurisen kestävyyden välisestä suhteesta. Pienryhmissä pääset kertomaan omista kokemuksista. Webinaarin ja työpajan kielenä on englanti.

Tapahtuma on osa LIVIND – Luova ja elävä kulttuuriperintö Pohjoisen ulottuvuuden alueiden voimavarana -hanketta. Hanke on Museoviraston koordinoima, ja mukana on yhdeksän maata Pohjoisen ulottuvuuden alueelta. Pääosin ulkoministeriön rahoittama hanke jatkuu toukokuulle 2024 asti.

Ilmoittaudu 10.11. mennessä:
Aika 14.11.2022 klo 13.30 - 16.00
Paikka Verkossa, online

Museokatu 1, 00100 Helsinki
Järjestäjä Museovirasto, Finnish Heritage Agency
Yhteystiedot Elisa Kraatari, LIVIND project coordinator
Tapahtuman ohjelma Programme 14 November 2022
(Note: All times in EET!)

13:30 Opening & welcome, Leena Marsio & Elisa Kraatari, Finnish Heritage Agency
13:40 Rights-based approach to living heritage and sustainability – what would that mean? Anita Vaivade, Latvian Academy of Culture (LV)

14:00 Case examples of ICH and cultural sustainability

The German minority in Denmark as an example of living cultural heritage, Harro Hallmann, Secretariat of the German minority in Copenhagen (DK)
Living heritage in crisis: experience and considerations from Ukraine, Oleksandr Butsenko, Development Centre “Democracy through Culture” (UA)
The importance of the cultural pillar for sustainability and local action, Jordi Pascual, United Cities and Local Governments, Culture Committee (ES)
14:45 Commentary note / Questions and comments
14:55 Break
15:00 Discussions in small groups: cultural sustainability and ICH
15:40 Summary of discussions
16:00 Closure
Julkaistu 10.11.2022 klo 13.29, päivitetty 10.11.2022 klo 15.08