iHERITAGE introduces UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage during 3rd Jordanian Living Labs Session

Dr. Hani Hayajneh, UNESCO Chair for Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) at Yarmouk University, delivers a presentation on the UNESCO Convention on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) in the framework of the Jordanian iHERITAGE Living Labs Program, covering its aims, organs, lists and registry, operational directives (ODs), fund, obligations, and benefits.

This session was held as part of a series of lectures organized by project partner Jordan Society for Scientific Research, Entrepreneurship, and Creativity (JSSREC), iHERITAGE project partner, led by prominent experts in the fields of innovative technology and tourism, with participants from all backgrounds and industries invited to attend and contribute to the development of new products.

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