The first ever Youth for Peace conference will take place in Nairobi on August 25 & 26. Young people from across Kenya will gather to share their experiences and projects related to the role...› Read more
Lugango primary school pupils displaying their peace artifacts after a peace club session on how to document exhibition artefacts using drawings. This is aimed at enhancing skills and creativity among the youth for peace...› Read more
– Storytelling performances with tales from Syria The overall objective of the ’al Hakawati’ project is to preserve one of Syria’s intangible cultural heritages; the tradition of oral storytelling. The project has recorded a...› Read more
Youth for Peace (Y4P) is a project that aims to support young people in Kenya to become active advocates of building peace through heritage-based creative events and dialogue. The project will run through 2015...› Read more
The project al- Hakawati – the Storyteller contributes to the preservation and dissemination of one of Syria’s intangible cultural heritages, the tradition of oral storytelling, with support from the Swedish Postcode Lottery. These stories...› Read more
20 belarusian museum professionals were trained in ICOM Code of Ethics for Museums. ICOM Code of Ethics is broadly adopted, but implemented and used to a lesser extent. To broaden the knowledge, the first...› Read more
The project Al-Hakawati – The Storyteller launched in January 2014 by the foundation Cultural Heritage without Borders for the collection, preservation and dissemination of folktales among Syrian refugees in Lebanon with the support of...› Read more
CHwB has entered into strategic partnerships with museums, architects and cultural institutions in Belarus, including ICOM. A network has been formed with representatives from Belarus, Kosovo, Sweden and Lithuania. Experience from CHwB’s work in...› Read more