Inclusive Heritage


CHOs are platforms and meeting places for connections within and across cultures. It is their responsibility to tell the stories that connect us with our past and our future. But in recent years an imbalanced view on our common history has come to light by becoming aware of those who have been historically underrepresented, marginalised, or excluded from cultural heritage discussions and decisions.

Key Take-aways

  • Get an introduction to the consequences of neglecting inclusion
  • Get an overview of examples of underrepresented voices


The World Heritage Watch

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Reading/listening Time: 5 minutes

Language: English

Year of publication: 2023

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