Riad — The Ministry of Culture has completed a professional training workshop, the Industrial Heritage Program, as part of an expert program.
Sixteen participants from Saudi Arabia gathered in a two-week course from June 12-23, 2022, with the basic concepts and methodologies of industrial heritage, as well as the mechanisms involved in its cataloging and documentation. I deepened my understanding of the framework.
The workshop was attended by international experts such as Moulshri Joshi, Julian Sobrino Simal, Ona Vileikis Tamayo, Kai Weise, Rusudan Mirzikashvili, Mizuko Ugo, Massimo Preite, Mirhan Damir and Adnan Al-Jaber.
This training is part of a series of specialized workshops organized by the Ministry, in collaboration with the International Center for the Study of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Properties (ICCROM), under the umbrella of the Expert Program. Capacity building sessions qualify UNESCO convention and program professionals with the aim of developing expertise in the field of international culture, managing and preparing recommendations, and developing the ability to acquire UNESCO methodological skills. increase.
The Expert Program offers professionals interested in preserving heritage from a variety of cultural and scientific disciplines and academic backgrounds, cultural diplomacy and international affairs professionals, and those who are passionate about preserving heritage. It is targeted.
The goal of the program is the World Heritage Convention, the Convention on the Protection of Intangible Heritage, especially the Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage. — SPA
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