© 2002 UNESCO World Heritage Centre

International World Heritage Youth Forum

Velikiy Novgorod, Russian Federation, 24-29 August 2002

The working program of the Forum included three round tables:

Associated Schools of UNESCO - Integration of the Experience of Dealing with the World Heritage into the Education System
Objective was to work out recommendations based on the experience of UNESCO Associated Schools in preservation, studying and promotion of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage in the mainstream system, as well as vocational and extra-curriculum education.

Young People's Participation in World Heritage Preservation and Promotion
The participants of the round table shared their experience and mapped out further joint prospects of the realization of the project under the same name.

Youths and the Great Volga Route Heritage
The round table was aimed to discuss possibilities and prospects of joint work on involvement of youths in studying and preservation of natural and cultural heritage located on the waterway from Northern Europe to Asia across the Baltic, the Black Sea and the Caspian Seas.

Participants from Germany: Carl-Zeis-Oberschule Berlin

  • Steffen Noack, teacher
  • Meric Ilkner, student
  • Katrin Hein, student

Documentation published by UNESCO Moscow Office, 2002 (pdf)

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