Project description

Cultural heritage strengthens unity and solidarity, reminds communities and members of communities a common past, and ensures the continuity of their traditions and diversity. Cultural heritage is divided into three main categories, as defined by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization): Tangible Heritage, Spiritual Heritage and Natural Heritage. In today’s interconnected world, the power of culture to transform societies is clear, and cultures cannot be separated by strict boundaries. Artists, writers and scientists who contributed to the cultural development of humanity, although they are from different cultures, also influenced each other.

UNESCO has established international conventions to protect cultural heritage, strengthen intercultural understanding and emphasize the importance of international cooperation, which is a source of identity and harmony for communities.

UNESCO took the following decisions in its seventeenth session in Paris between 17 October and 21 November 1972:

The deterioration or disappearance of any part of the Cultural and Natural heritage constitutes a harmful impoverishment for the heritage of all world nations,

UNESCO signed the Convention on the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, taking into account that the protection of this heritage at the national level remains often incomplete due to the breadth of resources required by protection and the inadequacy of the economic, scientific and technical resources of the country on which the cultural asset is located.

In the sixth part of the Convention on the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage and in its twenty-seventh article, the following decision was taken for the preservation of cultural heritage and its educational programs: “they will strive to strengthen their sense of respect, with all the appropriate tools and especially education and overview programs. ”

In the Convention on the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, signed on October 17, 2003, Paris, the following decisions were taken: “It stated that in terms of the importance and protection of intangible cultural heritage, especially new generations should be made more conscious, intangible cultural heritage is invaluable role that brings people closer to each other and provides exchange and understanding among them. ”

The coexistence of nations with different traditions and traditions in Europe has created a rich cultural spectrum. By promoting European cultural heritage values and richness, our project will reveal the unifying, integrative aspect of culture and unite students from different ethnic circles under a single roof in the light of universal values.

The knowledge and skills gained by our project will increase the environment of respect, love, and tolerance among cultures, ensure intercultural solidarity, and increase the sensitivity about the survival and preservation of Cultural Heritage.