The September #2021debate Heritage Places and Memory collects examples of good practice of inclusive heritage interpretation. Participants are invited to specify which of the following three Heritage Places and Memory themes they are addressing:
– CHANGING MEANING: Cause of change (conflict, natural disaster, socio-economic change, change of interpretation, etc.), Tools for mapping meaning change (digital tools, crowdsources, social meida, public consultation such as surveys and internet, etc.)
GENERAL INTERPRETATION OF A HERITAGE SITE: How interpretation communicates the values and significance of a site for all stakeholders and the general public, including how interpretation links with contemporary concerns.
DISSONANT MEMORIES: Cases addressing issues of discrimination against minorities, of colonial domination or of recent conflicts, using an inclusive approach.
Please submit your case study here, before 31 July 2021, 23:59 UCT
, in compliance with the general submission guidelines:
- The submission should be in English (sections of site specific interpretation material can be presented in the national and/or local language).
- The submission should count around 1.5 pages / 600 words
- Please read the full call text online or in the pdf.