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In 2012, at the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee of the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Baku, Azerbaijan, the NGO Forum decided to establish an online journal with the title #HeritageAlive.
The journal sought to share NGOs experiences regarding safeguarding practices, both good and bad, within the area of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The concept was to share knowledge from fieldwork in communities and with practitioners, between the UNESCO accredited NGOs and experts, in order to learn from each other. An editorial board was formed, with members from all over the world, and Eivind Falk was elected as the Editor in Chief. The online journal has published articles on a variety of different themes concerned Intangible cultural heritage and safeguarding, such as articles on traditional crafts, festivals and naming practices.
Whilst the interest in the journal remained relatively steady, interest peaked after a call for papers was made in relation to Traditional Medicine. As a result of the overwhelming response, we decided to publish the an edition of #Heritage Alive, a book, dedicated to the theme of Traditional medicine.
Members of the #Heritage Alive editorial board is: Jean Roche, Rajiv Trivedi, Emily Drani, Ananya Bhattacharya, Albert vd Zeijden, Salih Taner Serin, Valentina Zingari, Dr. V. Jayaran, Eva Romankova, Harriet Deacon, Joseph Ogieriakhi, Fanny Houët, Ki Leonce, Gabriele Desiderio, Severin Cachat, Seraphin Bute, Robert BD Otto, Okello Quinto, Jorge Gustavo Caicedo and Eivind Falk (Editor in Chief).
For further information: Eivind.Falk@handverksinstituttet.no
ALL THE ARTICLES FROM #HeritageAlive:
- Concerns of Diversity – Living crafts, Methodology for the continuation of craftsmanship – By Eivind Falk
- Spiritual renewal and the safeguarding of religious traditions in the Netherlands – By Albert van der Zeijden
- Safeguarding ICH & Sustainable Development – By Ananya Bhattacharya
- Bunads and Folk Costumes as wearable knowledge and cultural expression – By Solveig Torgersen Grinder and Jorid Martinsen
- The Empaako Traditional Naming Practice in Uganda – By Emily Drani
- A case of Koogere oral tradition in Uganda – By Stephen Rwagweri
- Promoting Herbal Medicine in Uganda – By John De Coninck
- ICH as a Legitimation Strategy for Traditional and Complementary Healing Methods? – By Michaela Noseck-Licul
- The Paradox of Recreating ‘the Authentic Taste of Home’ – By Haeree Shim
TRADITIONAL MEDICINE: EXCHANGE OF EXPERIENCES FROM THE FIELD
#HeritageAlive has been publishing articles on a variety of themes concerning intangible cultural heritage (ICH) safeguarding since 2012. After remaining relatively steady in the past, public interest in the online journal has increased after a call for papers in relation to traditional medicine was issued. As a result the editorial board decided to publish a book dedicated to traditional medicine. Luckily ICHCAP, as a consistent producer and distributor of high-quality publications, was willing to be our partner publishing Traditional Medicine, sharing experiences from the field.
At the 12th Session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (12.COM) in the International Convention Center Jeju, the book entitled Traditional Medicine: exchange of experiences from the field was launched as a result of this fruitful cooperation between ICHCAP and #HeritageAlive.
Read the book or download it from our website: Traditional Medicine: exchange of experiences from the field
“Symposium on Traditional Medicine, sharing experiences from the field”
Tuesday 5th of December 2017 6.30 pm – 9.00 pm – With gratitude for the generous support of ICHCAP – International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO – based in Korea. Find the program here.
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