Republican educational and practical project "Youth & Heritage: learn, promote and preserve"
The current COVID-19 crisis has exposed the vulnerabilities of all sectors of life, both socio-economic and cultural. The restriction of access to culture contradicts the harmonious development of society, the preservation of values and historical experience, and the rapid adaptation of the individual to the current situation. Today, the mission of UNESCO is to promote access to culture during times of isolation and restrictions.
Youth is the driving force behind social change and innovation. Through various cultural programs and resources, the Federation of Clubs for UNESCO empowers young people to show their potential locally and globally and apply it to a successful future. So, we are launching the main project of this summer, “Youth & Heritage”.
Project organizers are Kazakhstan Federation of Clubs for UNESCO with the support of the UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty, National company of “Kazakh Tourism”.
Terms of participation: everyone between the ages of 16 and 29 can become a member of this project, the project is absolutely free of charge. As a participant of the project, you will be able to:
- Improve your knowledge in the field of natural and cultural heritage;
- Make your own contribution to the protection of long-standing monuments and objects of the historical heritage of our nation;
- Learn much new and useful information about sustainable tourism, eco-tourism destinations, important historical facts about cultural and natural heritage objects;
The project consists of several components: educational, informational, research, and final practical parts.
A special feature of the project “Youth & Heritage” is the teamwork of the participants, so there will be up to 150 teams of 3 participants each, they will study and explore tourist routes and mysterious historical places of our vast Kazakhstan together during the project.