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Learning On Heritage


Cultural diversity is an outstanding source of exchange, innovation and creativity and has enormous potential to accelerate sustainable development.

Odishan cultural heritage reflects values, norms, symbols and forms of communication.
Dialogues on the relationship between memory, heritage and cultural diversity bring in international solidarity and peace.
Participants spoke at length about culture and heritage in an international conference on cultural diversity and heritage education organized by JRP- Jeevan Rekha Parishad.
JRP organized the meet in collaboration with six international non government organizations from France, Spain, Italy, Equador, Kenya etc with the support of European Commission here from 25-29 February, 2020.
The objective of the conference was to bring together a significant number of diverse scholars from different continents to share their thought, good practices and experiences in the field of heritage education and cultural diversity.
In fact the conference brought together leading civil society organizations to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of cultural heritage.
Different cultural programs were organized by JRP during a cultural evening where each participating country performed and exhibited their culture, art and craft.
A Round Table on “Sustainable Development Goals – with reflection to international cooperation” was organized in Utkal University where Prof Dr. S.M. Patnaik, Vice Chancellor addressed the participants.
A Heritage Tour was organized, where the international delegates went to Konark, Puri and Raghunathpur Craft village and enriched their experience.
The conference has brought out several concrete suggestions and recommendations for Odisha state, which will boost our cultural tourism and heritage worldwide.
MR Mishra, Director, JRP has expressed satisfaction over the conference and program.
Dr.Mishra said such type of program will continue for two more years with the support of European Commission.
 
 


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