COVID-19 awareness mural in the making in Mwananyamala (Tanzania), painted in collaboration with local artists.

“Living Heritage in the face of the COVID-19” is one of the six UNESCO reports on the impact of COVID-19 on culture

22 June 2021

UNESCO launched a series of six reports revealing the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic throughout all culture sector: world heritage sites, living heritage, creative industries, museums and cities. This sector-wide approach aims to provide decision-makers and cultural actors with current data, practices, and guidance to better inform strategies for the future.

As one of these reports, “Living Heritage in the face of the COVID-19” highlights the impact of the pandemic on the practice and transmission of living heritage as well as on the way communities turned to living heritage as a source of solace and resilience. The report suggests three broad areas of action for post-pandemic recovery plans. ›››


One of the last projects approved

Financial assistance

  • Namibia
     
  • Financial assistance : $ 99,329 +
  • Implementation dates : 14/12/2020 - 19/12/2020
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ICH inscribed on UNESCO lists

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