Amid COVID 19, UNESCO Peru defines new ways to inventory living heritage with communities in Ayacucho
The call for participation in the pilot project ‘Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage in the urban context of Ayacucho, Peru’ attracted hundreds of applicants. Of these, 56 selected public officials, archaeologists, anthropologists, communicators, teachers, bearers, practitioners and cultural managers came together in January 2020 for an initial training workshop with the objective to set up the methodological framework for the inventorying and to plan the process.
|Project: Community-based inventorying of intangible heritage in urban areas ( 2018 - 2021 )||Contributor:
ICH Fund (China)