Wednesday, February 15, 2017

In order to achieve its desire to offer its members a wide range of activities and programs that reach all target audiences interested in World Heritage, the OWHC is pleased to officially announce the launch of two new programs.

 

Distance-Training Program

 

 

This distance-training program is intended for municipal managers of World Heritage cities. It takes the form of video capsules of a maximum time of 20 minutes, created by the participating city and its heritage specialist. The main goal of these capsules is to form interested persons on many themes of the World Heritage cities of our network. The second objective is to raise various questions as to the theme addressed and thus generate discussions that can be profitable for all the members of the network.

 

To know more about it, consult the WEBPAGE OF THE PROGRAM.

 


 

Little Stories of World Heritage Cities

 

 

Little Stories of World Heritage Cities is an outreach program that consists of making pupils of a primary grade aware of the world heritage of their city. To do so, the pupils of a class ask one or more oral questions related to heritage and the OWHC answers them under the form of a video capsule of 3 to 5 minutes that is put online on our Youtube channel.

 

To know more about it, consult the WEBPAGE OF THE PROGRAM.