Cultural heritage in strengthening community resilience
A master class on this topic within the framework of the Excel and Elevate program was held September,14 by Ara Nazinyan (Armenia) and Liubov Kuznetsova (Georgia).
The participants of the meeting, together with the speakers, learned about sistem approach to the community resilience concept.
Looking for answers to questions: what is between a resilient and non-resilient community, what are the consequences of natural disasters (for example, a pandemic) for sustainable development, cultural heritage and how it impacts on strengthening the resilience of communities.
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The master class participants were presented new skills and knowledge how to address community resilience issues.
The trainers spoke about the community resilience concept while teaching more about cultural heritage perspective and how to apply it in strengthening community resilience to struggle various crisis such pandemics, natural disasters, economic crisis, etc.
The master class enabled the EENCE members to apply innovative tools and adapt new approaches to educate responsible citizens in their communities.
The project Excel and Elevate is supported by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung/bpb) using funds appropriated by the Federal Foreign Office of Germany.
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