ICOMOS - MONDIACULT 2022 Culture Forum | Looking Forward: The Future of Heritage Policy and the SDGs

PostersJoin the ICOMOS SDGs Working Group, Emerging Professionals Working Group, ICOMOS Mexico and the Ministry of Culture of Mexico at the 2nd part of the ICOMOS- Mondiacult 2022 Culture Forum.

With the conclusions from the “Looking Back: A MONDIACULT 1982 Retrospective”, this discussion will examine potential futures of culture and heritage policy in relation to sustainable development. Through an intergenerational panel cultural practitioners, climate activists, and emerging heritage professionals, the panel will debate on ideas on future priorities for the culture and heritage sector to achieve a more sustainable world.

Where is culture and heritage policy going? Where does culture and heritage policy need to go? And how can we bring the two closer together? What are short and long term solutions for culture and heritage to be part of solutions for sustainable recovery from the Covid 19 pandemic?

DATE: 5 July 2022, 9-11am Mexico Time / 4-6pm CET

REGISTRATION: Webinar Registration - Zoom

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