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Dear reader,
Thank you for staying connected to the OWH initiative. We have reached June 2021, signifying half a year of #2021debate! These discussions give us as much work as satisfaction for the reception they have had in the community of stakeholders. In this newsletter, we are happy to announce this month’s #2021debate theme: New Heritage Approaches, with 21 webinars featuring global perspectives on the future of heritage protection, conservation, and management. Save the dates and join us! 
Furthermore, we just concluded a month of more than 20 stunning sessions on the thematic debate of Disasters&Pandemics in May, and we want to thank everyone who has made this possible. The video recordings of all these sessions and those of March on Diversities&Genders are now available on our YouTube Channel. We invite you to stay connected and view the results of these discussions!
You will find a new episode of OurWorldHeritage TALKS, where people behind the initiative share their motivations. At the end of this newsletter, we welcome the new entry of the Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development (JCHMSD) BLOG. Do not miss it!
Do not forget to follow and share our Social Media channels which we are continuously expanding. 

#2021debate NEW HERITAGE APPROACHES (June)
21 webinars featuring global perspectives on the future of heritage protection, conservation, and management.
The #2021debate New Heritage Approaches team will explore why and for whom the heritage sites are designated, providing meaningful narratives for the users to ensure their preservation. The integration of heritage conservation in territorial planning policies and tools with a broad participatory perspective is crucial to ensure appropriate and inclusive heritage management.
The events planned for the month of June consists of 21 Sessions, and 1 Student and Youth #Globinar. Please find more information on the global program of ‘New Heritage Approaches’ below. You don’t want to miss it! Please follow our updates here.
SESSION 00: MONDAY, JUNE 07, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 01: MONDAY, JUNE 07, 16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 02: TUESDAY, JUNE 08, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 03: TUESDAY, JUNE 08, 16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 04: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 09, 11:00-13:00 UTC
SESSION 05: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 09, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 06: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 09, 16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 07: THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 08: FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 11:00-13:00 UTC
SESSION 09: FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 10: FRIDAY, JUNE 11,16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 11: MONDAY, JUNE 14,13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 12: MONDAY, JUNE 14,16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 13: TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 14: TUESDAY, JUNE 15,16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 15: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 11:30-13:30 UTC
SESSION 16: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 17: THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 18: THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 16:00-18:00 UTC
SESSION 19: FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2021, 13:30-15:30 UTC
SESSION 20: FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2021,16:00-18:00 UTC
GLOBINAR: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 13:30-18:00 UTC
Part I, 13:30-15:30 UTC >> DIRECT ACCESS / REGISTER HERE
Part II, 16:00-18:00 UTC >> DIRECT ACCESS / REGISTER HERE
SESSION 21: FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2021,13:30-15:30 UTC
NEW HUMAN RIGHTS WEBINARS ANNOUNCED
The #2021debate Human Rights team has announced new webinars! In the two events remaining webinars, case studies and recommendations will be discussed on how the World Heritage Committee, Advisory Bodies, Secretariat, and State Parties can better protect the human right to a healthy environment in and around natural and cultural World Heritage sites.
WEBINAR: FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 13:00-14:30 UTC
Moderated by: Jessica Lawrence, Staff Scientist, Earthjustice.
Advocates from citizens movements to protect the Sundarbans of Bangladesh and the Lamu region of Kenya, as well as advocates to UN Human Rights systems, will present case studies and recommendations on how the World Heritage Committee, Advisory Bodies, Secretariat, and State Parties can better protect the human right to a healthy environment in and around natural and cultural World Heritage sites.
WEBINAR: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 08:00-10:00 UTC
Moderated by: Ana Filipa Vrdoljak, UNESCO Chair of International Law and Cultural Heritage and Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney.
The webinar on participation and Human Rights in World Heritage is an opportunity to review and reflect on the operation of the Convention and its governance framework within broader developments in international law and human rights law since 1972. Those developments are challenging established understandings of the objectives and functions of the World Heritage framework and its role in realizing the mandate of UNESCO to ‘further universal respect for justice, for rule of law and for human rights and fundamental freedoms’.
>> REGISTER HERE FOR ALL THE HUMAN RIGHTS WEBINARS
SUSTAINABILITY CALL FOR CASE STUDIES: 57 CASE STUDIES SELECTED IN THE FIRST ROUND!
SAVE THE DATE: MONDAY, JUNE 14 & TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2021
After the open call for case studies, the #2021debate Sustainability team has selected 57 case studies in 36 countries all over the world. The selection features a wide and diverse range of good practice and critical issues in World Heritage management. 
We will be discussing these cases with their stakeholders and invited experts through regional events on July 15 and 16. Please join us then! The event details will be shared soon in our Sustainability webpage
WATCH BACK ONLINE
We aim to post as many #2021debate events as possible on our YouTube channel. Since last week you can watch back all activities organized by the #2021debate teams of Diversity&Genders (March) and Disasters&Pandemics (May). Please note that due to the nature of the events, the Human Rights (April) webinar recordings will not be made available online.
We thank all speakers, coordinators, conveners and collaborators for their generous contributions and the incredibly insightful webinars that have been featured so far!
#2021debate DIVERSITIES&GENDERS ONLINE
#2021 debate Diversities&Genders Webinar summary
#2021 debate Diversities&Genders Webinar summary
Webinars and the conference recordings of #2021debate Diversities&Genders are now available on YouTube or here.
#2021debate DISASTERS&PANDEMICS ONLINE
Disasters & Pandemics introduction movie
Disasters & Pandemics introduction movie
In case you missed any of the 20 webinars of #2021debate Disasters&Pandemics, do not miss the opportunity to replay the full YouTube playlist.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: GLOBAL COMPETITION WINNERS
Congratulations again to the #2021debate Information Technology Global Competition Winners! The results were announced during the closing ceremony of GLOBINAR 2.0. Thank you to all 9 shortlisted teams and those who submitted Letters of Intention! We appreciate all contributions and look forward to sharing with the OurWorldHeritage community a featured story on each of the winners in the coming editions of our newsletter.
In the next edition: 1st Place - Team iDiscover Ahmedabad
Stay tuned and follow all the results of the #2021debate on the Transformational Impacts of Information Technology Information webpage
OURWORLDHERITAGE TALKS #4
OurWorldHeritage TALKS #4
OurWorldHeritage TALKS #4
In this edition of OWH talks #4, Maria Siguencia Avila continues to interview those people that are committed to our initiative. This month, you can learn more about our guests Dr. Anna-Paola Pola and Prof. George Abungu
OUR BLOG HERITAGE-JCHMSD BLOG
On behalf of our Editorial team, we welcome you to the Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development (JCHMSD) BLOG advocating the OurWorldHeritage (OWH) initiative. The most recent entry “Is Information Technology a New Era of Nature Conservation?” by Haifaa Abedalhaleem is now online!
If you like to contribute to the BLOG send us here 500-700 words in English with at least one image. We’ll inform you by email if your submission has been selected. We are looking forward to your story…!
OURWORLDHERITAGE GLOBAL OUTREACH
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