Heritales II: Sustainable communities

Heritales - International Heritage Film Festival seeks to disseminate narratives of filmic and graphic nature related to tangible and intangible cultural heritage, thus supporting two UNESCO key areas of ​​intervention: communication and information.
In its 2017 edition, Heritales focuses on sustainable communities, which is one of the 17 objectives defined by the UNESCO 2030 agenda. Among the many ways to disseminate culture, Heritales resorts to the seventh art to recover cultural heritage values of the community and understand their relation to sustainability, whether current or looked at from a historical perspective.
Évora, 21-23 September 2017
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Património Cultural Imaterial em risco – III Encontro da Cátedra UNESCO aborda um tema urgente

III Encontro da Cátedra UNESCO, dedicado ao “Património Cultural Imaterial em Risco”, teve lugar no dia 22 de Junho de 2017 no Fórum Municipal de Castro Verde. O evento contou com um amplo leque de especialistas que, com foco na salvaguarda do Património Cultural Imaterial (PCI) no Sul de Portugal, chegaram a conclusões com alcance a nível nacional....

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O Barranquenho no centro das atenções

No dia 2 de junho de 2017, realizou-se no Cineteatro de Barrancos o Congresso Internacional: O Barranquenho: ponte entre línguas e culturas – passado, presente e futuro.
O Congresso levou a Barrancos alguns dos maiores especialistas em línguas/variedades mistas e, em especial no Barranquenho, promovendo tão valioso património imaterial, em conformidade com as recomendações da UNESCO.
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Linking Heritage – A new informal training course

On April 18, 2017, UNESCO Chair team member Armanda Salgado started a new informal training course conceived for rural communities in the Alentejo Region. During the two sessions in Almeirim and Lombador, participants had the opportunity to share memories and experiences related to their work and their social and cultural life.
Here is her illustrated report (in Portuguese).

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