CHIEF aimed to build an effective dialogue between young people,
education practitioners, civil society activists, community leaders and
policymakers in order to facilitate a future of Europe based on
more inclusive notions of cultural heritage and cultural identity.
Cross-national synthesis analysis of practices and experiences of cultural literacy in formal education (D2.3)
Cross-national synthesis analysis of practices and experiences of cultural literacy in formal education will be delivered in collaboration with leads of WP3 in M30. D2.3
The Young vs the State: Same old conflict around Heritage and its Conservation: It is time to include perspectives of young people in the Heritage Policy of India
On June 11, 2021, the Maharashtra state government in India took the decision to build a ropeway on the Rajgad fort (a popular trekking destination and the first capital of the Maratha Empire established by seventeenth century king Shivaji) and Ekvira Temple (temple of a Hindu deity). Thousands of trekkers visit Rajgad fort every year, yet, this decision to build a ropeway on the fort was criticized by the groups of young trekkers, mountaineers and adventure enthusiasts. It was also challenged by environment activists and ecological experts based on its potential ecological impact on the fort.
CHIEF Present at IPSA World Conference 2021: ‘Our Lives Our Culture(s)’: How Young People Perceive Diversity and National Cultures’
We are thrilled to share with you that CHIEF members have presented a Panel at the IPSA world congress 2021. The panel was held online on July 10, 2021 and presented key findings of the CHIEF project through 6 papers about young people’s perceptions of diversity, national cultures & minority rights. Here is the link …