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Democratic Republic of the Congo

ASP network of the Democratic Republic of the Congo now participate in the “World Heritage in Young Hands” project.
 
Members of the Government and of the National Commission for UNESCO of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, along with culture and heritage experts, joined some 30 teachers and school principals at a two-day Teacher-Training Seminar for ASPnet teachers on new educational approaches to the promotion and preservation of World Heritage.

The goal of the seminar, which took place in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, from 4-5 July 2003, was to extend the “World Heritage in Young Hands” project to the national ASP network and to familiarize teachers with the World Heritage Education Kit.

The seminar, which also launched the ASPnet 50th anniversary activities, consisted of workshop sessions and conferences on World Heritage, and cultural, tangible and intangible heritage. Participants also learned about the World Heritage Convention and other international instruments and recommendations.

Friendship Day is celebrated every 21 March at pre- and Primary School Centre Mgr. Bokeleale-Lisanga in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. In the framework of the Year of Dialogue among Civilisations, the school organized an event entitled “A Place at my Table” for which students and teachers from other local schools to participate in games, share a meal, and share their different experiences. There was even a soccer match at the end of the day!

   

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