SUBTHEME I
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"Sharing History, Safeguarding Cultural Diversity"

Culture knows no administrative boundaries. Because culture exist before modern political structure along with its administrative confines. Hybridization, lending and adopting cultural elements between groups across national boundaries is a historical fact. This is the underlying principle of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage where a cultural heritage can be shared by two or more countries. There is no agenda of cultural heritage preservation that can be carried out without involving the active role of the community and cooperation between social groups. The various obstacles stems from the dynamics between policy makers and the community as cultural stakeholders. It is imperative to overcome this obstacle so that every cultural preservation and heritage can be the foundation for protecting and enriching cultural diversity.

Based on this consideration, this sub-theme will explore the following points:

  • Best practices in the management of tangible and cultural heritage based on community efforts to enrich cultural diversity
  • Challenges in managing tangible and intangible cultural heritage based on community efforts to enrich cultural diversity
  • Identificationofactorsandstakeholdersinthemanagementoftangible and intangible cultural heritage based on community efforts to enrich cultural diversity
  • How should we envision the future by 2030 and the steps to achieve the target?
  • The expected role of IFAC in overseeing the agenda in the management of tangible and intangible cultural heritage based on community efforts to enrich cultural diversity

SPEAKERS

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Itthiphol Kunplome
Minister of Culture
Ministry of Culture of the Kingdom of Thailand
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Harry Waluyo
Global Network of Facilitator for ICH-UNESCO in the Asia-Pacific Region
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Daud Aris Tanudirjo
(Expert on cultural heritage)
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Dr Alison Heritage
(Heritage Science, ICCROM), Italy
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Idham Setiadi
(Expert on cultural heritage)
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Basuki Antariksa
Researcher on Tourism Law & Intellectual Property (Ministry of Tourism)