Establishing ICH Networks among Educational Institutes

Purpose

To contribute to building a sustainable environment for ICH safeguarding and transmission by collaborating within the education field

Relevance

UNESCO Strategic Objectives (C/5) ROK-UNESCO Agreement (Article 6.2) SDGs 2030
SO 7 SO 8 SO 9 1 2 3 4 2, 4, 5

Projects and Activities

Asia-Pacific ICH Tertiary Education Network Forum (July, Korea)

Target

Over 20 higher education institutions

Major Contents

  • Discuss interdisciplinary curricula and teaching methods
  • Share the results of the survey on tertiary education institutions for ICH network and discuss follow-up activities

Collaborators

UNESCO and UNESCO Bangkok Office

ICH Network Meeting for Education in Northeast Asia (August, Mongolia)

Target

20-30 experts in education and ICH

Topic

ICH at school

Major Contents

Discuss sustainable ways to transmit ICH with the collaboration of elementary and secondary education institutes

Collaborators

UNESCO Office in Beijing, ASPnet, APCEIU, and education institutes

Building Networks for Vocational Education Institutes of Traditional Craftsmanship1.

Background

Highlighting the potential value of vocational education contributing to a decrease in poverty and and a rise in gender equality within the perspective of sustainable development

Target

Teachers in Central Asian vocational institutions

Major Contents

Conduct a preliminary survey on the current status of vocational education institutions in Central Asia

Collaborators

UNESCO Offices in Almaty and Tashkent, Cheongju Craft Biennale Organization

Measurement

Performance Indicators Target
  • Number of meetings for ICH education
  • 3 meetings

Expected Results

Promote expert networks in the ICH field in collaboration with the education sector

Notes   [ + ]

1. The first phase of a four-year plan (2018-2021) for transmitting traditional craftsmanship through vocational education