Sunday May 30, 13:00-15:00 UTC
Spoken language: English
Fernando Pérez Oyarzun
Architect (PUC Chile), and PhD (UPC Barcelona). Visiting professor at Harvard University, Simón Bolívar University, and Cambridge University. Tenured professor at Universidad Católica de Chile and current Director of Chile’s “Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes”.
This is a closing session of the entire Globinar. Speakers and/or coordinators from different sessions will be invited to have a concluding conversation about various topics discussed and questions that were addressed:
– How can we protect world heritage sites and, at the same time, give them life and new meanings?
– How can we fully integrate WHS into the social and cultural dynamics of our daily life to make them more resilient when facing disasters or pandemics?
– What is the role of communities in reconstruction processes in World Heritage Sites after disasters or pandemics ?
– How can we enhance the relationship between local government and civil society during emergencies in world heritage sites?
– How can we carry out inclusive and sustainable reconstruction processes that focus on WHS values?
– How can civil society play a leading role channelling international cooperation for WHS after disasters and pandemics.