SESSION 07: Participatory Processes & New Narratives in Heritage – the Role of Civil Society

Historically driven by technical knowledge using criteria based on aesthetic and historical values, the field of heritage has been challenged since the 1960s to think about the place of social values. It is necessary and urgent to examine policies of participation and the authorized heritage discourse, and to consider who can select heritage and for whom it is selected.  How to think of more inclusive practices? How do we listen sensitively, with implications for public heritage policies? 

One of the challenges and opportunities to build robust strategies to overcome top-down approaches and involve civil society in conservation and preservation of World Heritage Sites is the intertwining of diversity and multiple cultural influences enabled by heritage education. 

This session seeks to bring together approaches, experiences and tools for including diverse social perspectives and to stimulate strategies that will include their knowledge, feelings and affections in the existing geopolitical context involved in the conservation of World Heritage.

MODERATOR

Vera Regina Tangari (Brazil)

SPEAKERS

Gert-Jan Burges (Netherlands), VU University Amsterdam; H2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie project Heriland. Cultural heritage and the planning of European Landscapes
Title 1: Rethinking ecomuseology; Title 2: Training critical heritage planners

Hendrik Tieben (Hong Kong), Associate professor and Director of the School of Architecture, Urban Studies and Urban Design at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Topic: New approaches to urban and industrial heritage in Hong Kong

ALL SESSIONS

OPENING #2021DEBATE: NEW HERITAGE APPROACHES >>

SESSION 1:
REINTERPRETING OUV: THE BALANCE BETWEEN LOCAL AND UNIVERSAL VALUES >>

SESSION 2:
HERITAGE CATEGORIES & CROSSCUTTING APPROACH AMONG CONVENTIONS>>

SESSION 3:
INSTITUTIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AND METHODOLOGIES >>

SESSION 4:
LANDSCAPE, TERRITORY, URBAN FABRIC: CHALLENGES, TRENDS, AND THE WH CONVENTION >>

SESSION 5:
MANAGING LANDSCAPE CHANGE: NATURAL AND CULTURAL INTANGIBLE DIMENSIONS >>

SESSION 6:
LIVING HERITAGE: LINKING TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE >>

SESSION 7:
PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES & HERITAGE EDUCATION AS TOOLS FOR ACCESS TO CITIZENSHIP AND DEMOCRATIZATION OF HERITAGE >>

SESSION 8:
NEW APPROACHES IN HERITAGE ECONOMICS >>

SESSION 9:
ORGANIZING HERITAGE ENTITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT >>

SESSION 10:
HERITAGE PROTECTION & REVITALIZATION IN URBAN PLANNING SYSTEMS >>

SESSION 11:
INTEGRITY & AUTHENTICITY >>

SESSION 12:
MODERN, CONTEMPORARY AND FUTURE HERITAGE >>

SESSION 13: Cancelled

SESSION 14:
CULTURAL LANDSCAPE ON THE WORLD HERITAGE LIST: A CRITICAL REFLECTION >>

SESSION 15:
HERITAGE SUSTAINABILITY & RESILIENCE: THE URBAN LANDSCAPE AGENDA 2030 >>

SESSION 16:
NATURE & THE NEW FRONTIERS: BUILDING RESILIENCE >>

SESSION 17 (T.B.C.):
DECOLONIZING HERITAGE >>

SESSION 18:
HERITAGE OF THE MARGINALIZED >>

SESSION 19:
HERITAGE IN LARGE METROPOLISES: EMERGENT APPROACHES >>

SESSION 20:
HERITAGE ECONOMICS: EVIDENCE BASED INNOVATIVE PRACTICES >>

SESSION 21:
WRAP-UP FORUMNEW HERITAGE APPROACHES: OUTCOMES AND HIGHLIGHTS

STUDENT AND YOUTH GLOBINAR >>