Thank you for your participation on the #2021debate events dedicated to Climate Change and Biodiversity (August), and Heritage Places and Memory (September)!
This month we meet again thanks to the activities prepared by team Heritage and Conflict. Four webinars, one exhibition and an engaging call for stories are organized for this month. We hope to see you back in one of those activities. Heritage can be a strong tool to involve civil society through artworks, especially in relation to heritage sites under threat because of armed conflict.
Thank to a great team effort, our social media following has seen an impressive growth over September and early October, during which both engagement and support have increased considerably. Our #2021debate themes of Heritage Places and Memory and Heritage in Conflict seem to have struck a particular chord with civil society, and our English-language Facebook page now has 2191 followers, having reached 11,752 people with our thematic posts over the last month. Twitter and LinkedIn follow with 644 and 759 followers respectively, while Instagram, our most used network, continues to grow with 1424 followers at last count. Our accounts in other languages are also seeing steady growth, particularly those in Spanish, Portuguese, and Korean. Please follow and share our Social Media channels!
We hope you will enjoy this newsletter. OWH is an initiative created by individuals working on a 100% voluntary capacity. #2021debate provides an open dialogue platform that is equally based on voluntary work of session organizers and speakers. Some of the content of the presenters and discussions may be offensive to some viewers. OWH welcomes diverse viewpoints in the spirit of collegial debate where mutual respect is afforded to all.