Fifth annual coordination meeting of UNESCO Category 2 Centres in the field of ICH05/09/2017
(БЪЛГАРСКИ) Обява за обществена поръчка на стойност по чл. 20, ал. 3 от ЗОП – „Изработване на единна информационна платформа за нуждите на Регионален център за опазване на нематериалното културно наследство в Югоизточна Европа под егидата на ЮНЕСКО“ за нуждите на Регионален център за опазване на нематериалното културно наследство в Югоизточна Европа под егидата на ЮНЕСКО, гр. София”.29/09/2017
Training of trainers workshop for the European chapter of the global facilitators’ network
In the context of the global capacity-building programme for the effective implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, the workshop intends to expand the regional chapter of the programme’s facilitators’ network and strengthen its delivery capacity to respond to capacity-building needs in European and, in particular, Eastern European countries. UNESCO is organizing the workshop thanks to the generous support of the Regional Centre for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in South-Eastern Europe in Sofia, Bulgaria, and the funds from the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund.
The training content and methodology will take into account recommendations of the recent global programme strategy meeting held in Bangkok in March 2017. The strategy meeting highlighted the need for a stronger focus on strengthening institutional capacities at national level, the development of national networks of trainers and consideration of the changing role of facilitators, which has evolved from delivering training workshops to providing advisors, acting as mediators and as resource persons concerning all matters related to the implementation of the Convention.
Accordingly, the Sofia training workshop will: 1) analyse the lessons learned to date from implementing UNESCO’s global capacity-building programme in Europe; 2) strengthen participants’ knowledge and competencies required to be a facilitator in the network; 3) provide hands-on experience using the UNESCO capacity-building curriculum, including the recently developed materials on elaborating safeguarding plans.