Irbid (Jordan) is the next pilot city for a project on safeguarding intangible heritage in urban areas
The project ‘Intangible heritage and creativity for sustainable cities’ aims to promote the role of culture in sustainable urban development, and specifically addresses the role that living heritage and creativity can play in building sustainable cities. After George Town (Malaysia), Harare (Zimbabwe), Kingston (Jamaica), Ayacucho (Peru) and Tbilisi (Georgia), the pilot project in the city of Irbid (Jordan) is about to begin.
|Project: Community-based inventorying of intangible heritage in urban areas ( 2018 - 2021 )||Contributor:
Private sector fund (Yong Xin Hua Yun Cultural Industry Investment Co. Ltd)