CIFAL Jeju organises Online Workshop on Decent jobs and Economic Growth for Cultural and Creative industries: Living Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Livelihoods
24 May – 2 June 2022 – Centre International de Formation des Autorites et Leaders Jeju (CIFAL Jeju) organised an online workshop on “Decent jobs and Economic Growth for Cultural and Creative industries: Living Cultural Heritage for Sustainable Livelihoods”. The workshop invited 65 participants from 20 countries, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, Bulgaria, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and Vietnam.
The three-day workshop was composed of (1)experts’ presentations, (2)group activities and (3)group presentations. The first session featured four invited experts, Dr. Xin Gu, Expert, UNESCO 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of __EXPRESSION__ of Cultural Diversity; Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Australia, Ms. Eugene Jo, Program Manager of the IUCN-ICCROM* World Heritage Leadership ProgrammeMr. José L. Pederzoli, Unit Manager, Strategic Planning of ICCROM, and Mr Nicolas J.A. Buchoud, Founding Principal, RENAISSANCE URBAINE. The four speakers covered issues such as how to use big data in safely resuming tourism, digital strategy and benchmarking for destinations digitalization, digital innovation tourism with the case of Korea, and risk and crisis management for the resilient destination.
The last two-day session primarily allowed participants to discuss and analyze five country cases on key policy recommendations and barriers to accelerating the digitalization of local destinations. Design Thinking tool was adopted for a group activity, which specialized in tourism digital strategies. This activity was evaluated to be practical and helpful for local actors to understand the digital ecosystem and to localize their digital policy action plans effectively.
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1) English Version: Intangible Cultural Heritage conservation efforts by communities and local government in Jeju
2) Korean Version 무형문화유산 보존을 위한 지역사회 노력과 경제적 효과 - 제주사례