Contemporary Pedagogies and the Importance of Cultural Heritage

HeritageForAll – Global Collaborations Program (2018) by Ms. Ana Fernanda Facio Muñoz (afaciomunoz@gmail.com) She is a museum educator in Mexico. She has a high passion to work in the educational field. She was a volunteer for five years in the art museum where she currently works at. She is in charge of the development ofContinue reading “Contemporary Pedagogies and the Importance of Cultural Heritage”

Museum Solves the Social Problems: a Case Study on Museum of Broken Relationships

HeritageForAll – Global Collaborations Program (2017) By Ms. Shaimaa Matar (shaimaa_matar@yahoo.com) She is a student of a master of art in Museum Studies, Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Helwan University. She has an extensive background as a museum curator in museological issues. She has participated various activities through her experience at the Egyptian governmentalContinue reading “Museum Solves the Social Problems: a Case Study on Museum of Broken Relationships”

BEYOND WILDLIFE: the Presentation of National Heritage Assets as Tourism Packages in Rwanda

HeritageForAll – Global Collaborations Program (2017) By Mr. David NKUSI (nkusidavid@rocketmail.com) Mr. David is from Rwanda. He is working as a heritage site manager at Institute of National Museums of Rwanda/INMR. He has M.A. in Heritage Management as well as holding a bachelor in Philosophy and History. He has an extensive experience about six yearsContinue reading “BEYOND WILDLIFE: the Presentation of National Heritage Assets as Tourism Packages in Rwanda”

Ibn Tulun Mosque between Cultural Significance and Syncretism of Beliefs

HeritageForAll – Global Collaborations Program (2017) By Ms. Noha Abbas Hamed (noha.hamed51@yahoo.com) Ms. Noha has a bachelor in guidance studies from a faculty of tourism and hotel management, Helwan University. Now, she is M.A. candidate at the Helwan Uni. program in Heritage Conservation and Site Management. Abstract Heritage interpretation enhances the visitor’s experience. It alsoContinue reading “Ibn Tulun Mosque between Cultural Significance and Syncretism of Beliefs”

Brasília – How a Constructed Capital Changed a Whole Country’s Heritage

HeritageForAll – Global Collaboration Program (2017) By Gabriela Corrêa Senna (g.senna@hotmail.com) Gabriela is Brazilian one. She is an undergraduate student in Architecture and Urban Planning at Pitagoras Faculty in Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Abstract The Pilot Plan touched the ground in the exact center of Brazil. For political reasons, the idea has been shifted theContinue reading “Brasília – How a Constructed Capital Changed a Whole Country’s Heritage”

Russian Experience in Heritage: Interaction with Memory, Values and Trauma

HeritageForAll – Global Collaboration Program (2018) By Ms. Evgeniya Kartashova (janekartashova@gmail.com) She has a bachelor in journalism. Then, she has worked for two years in Institute of Russian Realist Art in Moscow as a PR specialist. Also, She was an intern in GARAGE museum and volunteered in GULAG Museum in Moscow. At the moment, sheContinue reading “Russian Experience in Heritage: Interaction with Memory, Values and Trauma”

Museum: Culture as a Fourth Pillar of Sustainable Development

HeritageForAll – Global Collaboration Program By Mr. Mohamed Badry Abstract Culture and the nation identity are considered a strategic tool developing the local communities; guaranteeing the best future for the upcoming generations; and sustaining, preserving and transmitting the inherited past from generation to generation. Paper aims at reviewing the role of culture as one ofContinue reading “Museum: Culture as a Fourth Pillar of Sustainable Development”

World Heritage Podium in Amsterdam

by Ms. Lotte Portier (lotteeportier@gmail.com) HeritageForAll – Global Collaboration Program (2018) Ms. Lotte Portier has a B.A. in Cultural Studies, University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Netherlands. Her B.A. dissertation was focused on an intangible cultural heritage (ICH) especially the craft and craftsmanship of the Miller and how to safeguard these by UNESCO ICH List. AsContinue reading “World Heritage Podium in Amsterdam”

Public Policies and Rural Heritage Traditions: Bangladesh and Greece

Theme: Public Sector Policies and Its Impact on the Rural Communities by Ms. Reema IslamHeritageForAll Intern (Call 2019) from Dhaka, BangladeshInternship Program “Rural Heritage and Traditional Food”M.A. in Heritage Management, Kent University (UK) and Athens University of Economics and Business ————————————— Cultural heritage policies are some of the lesser-known. Unconventional policies of many countries, whereinContinue reading “Public Policies and Rural Heritage Traditions: Bangladesh and Greece”

Ownership and Ensuring Long-term Conservation

Facebook Live Lecture (2018) “Ownership and Ensuring Long-term Conservation” – Global Collaboration Program by Ms. Juliana Strogan (strogan.cr@gmail.com) She works as a Collection Manager and Conservator at the Norwegian Industry Workers Museum Foundation (NIA), one of the institutions managing Rjukan-Notodden World Heritage site in Norway. She is responsible for the musealization of the historical railwayContinue reading “Ownership and Ensuring Long-term Conservation”