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‘Tales and legends of my motherland from a grandma’s trunk’, Highs School student’s competition
٠١/٠٥/٢٠١٦ - ٠١/٠٦/٢٠١٦Tbilisi
اتصال
National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia (جورجيا)

The main purpose of this non-commercial project, being held for the fourth time, is to collect and present remaining elements of intangible cultural heritage (ICH) in Georgia. The subject of the 2016 competition is the tales and legends of Georgia. Besides this, the activity will help to increase the interest in ICH, especially among young people.
The partners of the project are: the Ministry of Culture and Monuments of Georgia, the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, the Georgian National Commission for UNESCO, the Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature and the newspaper New Education.
Tales and legends of my motherland from a grandma’s trunk will involve two rounds: during the first round of the competition, inter-school sélections will be held with the help of schoolteachers. Students will present the tales or legends, with illustrations, which they can collect in their region. The students progressing to the second round of the competition will fill in the ICH registration card on the selected patterns, under the direction of the organizers. Authors of interesting, significant works will be awarded the diploma and title of The Defender of the Intangible Cultural Heritage by the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia.


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Traditions of Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Georgia (Certificate of high school students’ competition)
٠١/١١/٢٠١٤ - ٠١/٠٥/٢٠١٥Tbilisi, Georgia
اتصال
National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia (جورجيا)

This project is non-commercial and its main purpose is to show the living traditions of environmental protection, extract and use of natural resources, which are typical for different regions of Georgia.
Also the object is to increase interest in studying these traditions among society, especially among young people. It is already established project that is held annually for the 3rd time.
The partners of the project are: Ministry of Culture and Monuments of Georgia, Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, Ministry of Environment and Natural Recourses Protection of Georgia, Georgian National Commission for UNESCO; newspaper New Education.
The Traditions of Environmental Protection and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources in Georgia will be held in two rounds: During the first round of the competition, students must present the tradition which is typical for their region, relating to the environmental protection.
The students moved to the second round of the competition will fill in the Intangible Cultural Heritage registration card on the selected patterns.
The authors of significant works will be awarded by the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia with the diploma and title of The Defender of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.


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