Sharing is Good Practice!
We encourage you to share creative, innovative or successful safeguarding practices with us.
Do you have an idea of an article or questions on the webpage? Contact editor Einar Stamnes : firstname.lastname@example.org
What is “Good practices”?
Good practices are actions and activities in the shape of projects, programmes, measures, etc. which:
… demonstrate innovative, creative or effective approaches to safeguard intangible cultural heritage
… involves the participation of relevant stakeholders such as communities or practitioners
… is a way forward to identify/document/research; preserve/protect; promote/enhance; transmit; revitalize intangible cultural heritage.
… reflects the spirit of the UNESCO 2003 Convention (https://ich.unesco.org/en/convention#art2)
Bottom line for publishing
Whether you are sharing Good Practice off- or online, it needs to be approved before publishing. In the approval process, a few back- and forward mails will probably be needed in order to have the text consistent and proofread. The editor reserves the right to request adjustments to submissions, or, if necessary, remove inadequate or inappropriate submissions.
The site is designed for non-governmental organizations (NGOs), grassroot movers, actors organisations and institutions in all areas of living Heritage.