Webinar: Cultural Heritage and People in the Post-Trauma Process: Building Resilience through Integrated Reconstruction and Recovery of Heritage
Following the success of the first webinar, Cultural heritage and people - building resilience in the superimposed trauma, held on 21 December 2020, ARC-WH is organising the second webinar, Cultural Heritage and People in the Post-Trauma Process: Building Resilience through Integrated Reconstruction and Recovery of Heritage.
The Conference: Integrated Reconstruction and Post-Trauma Impact on Communities and Socio-Economic Aspects of Recovery was initially planned to be held in April 2020 at ARC-WH's premises in Manama, Bahrain. However, due to restrictions enacted to prevent the spread of COVID-19, it has been postponed until 2021, or at least until the conditions allow such a meeting to occur in real space. Until then, ARC-WH has decided to organise a series of webinars within the framework of the Conference.
The second webinar will be held on 9 Mach 2021 from 11:00 – 15:00 (CET) and will build upon the outcomes of the first webinar. It will focus on the importance of combining empirical and theoretical knowledge that is ever-evolving through the need to develop synergy of global and local responses to the persisting occurrences of heritage destruction and social trauma. The webinar's central focus is an exchange of ideas and knowledge between communities, decision-makers, and experts with a common aim to build the resilience of people through the recovery of their cultural heritage.
The webinar Cultural Heritage and People in the Post-Trauma Process: Building Resilience through Integrated Reconstruction and Recovery of Heritage is organised into two panels:
- Coming to Terms with the Past Conflict, Socio-Economic Distress through Reconstruction of Cultural Heritage and Post-Trauma Recovery.
- Specific local contexts as agents of the global initiatives for integrated post-trauma reconstruction and recovery of cultural heritage.
To access the program of the webinar, please download the PDF attached.
The webinar will be conducted in English. Arabic interpretation will be available.
Registration for the webinar is free of charge. Kindly register using the following link:
For those unable to access the webinar via Zoom, the webinar will be live-streamed on ARC-WH's YouTube channel (Arab Regional Centre for World Heritage). Be sure to subscribe!
We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar.