A young girl in a bright red top listens to a recording of heritage music through a headset.
Young girl listening to a recording of heritage music from her community in Mo H'ra village, Gia Lai province, Central Highlands, Vietnam as part of Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth ©

Le Xuan Phong

Join us on Thursday 23 July for the third in a series of interactive events exploring how cultural heritage can play a part in recovery and post Covid-19 landscapes

Hosted by the V&A’s Culture in Crisis Programme, in partnership with the British Council and DCMS, these online events will take place fortnightly on Thursdays at 4pm (BST) over a period of ten weeks. 

Thursday July 23, 4pm BST
Sustainable strategies

A discussion on sustainability in cultural heritage protection and recorvery post covid-19. A panel of speakers will discuss sustainability from different perspectives and disciplines. This workshop will cover sustainability in heritage funding, sustainable project management, environmental sustainability and the role of communities in sustainable projects.

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More events to be added soon

Get involved

The workshops will be organic and responsive, stimulating debate to identify creative responses, recommendations, and discussion topics for subsequent events. You can submit questions in advance by emailing cultureincrisis@vam.ac.uk. If you're aged 25 and under and are interested in joining the panel then we'd love to hear from you. Please contact us for more details: cultureincrisis@vam.ac.uk.

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Digital access information

Events will take place on Zoom. Register via Eventbrite to receive the invitation link. 

Past events

Thursday July 9, 4pm BST
Digital strategies: what are the opportunities, strengths and limitations? 

This event convened a panel of speakers from across the Digital sector to address topics such as virtual tourism, online training, the digital divide, and digital dignity. Speakers included:

  • Khaled Hijab - Founder of Tech Tribes, Digital Governance in International Development specialist
  • Nada Hosking - Executive Director, Global Heritage Fund, empowering communities through historic preservation
  • Abira Hussein - Curator of Nomad project, specialising in Somali heritage, digital archives, migration, and health
  • Chao Tayiana - Founder of African Digital Heritage and co-founder of Museum of British Colonialism