Protecting and promoting heritage is just as important as understanding the people who utilizes heritage. Understanding stakeholders, however, is a great challenge in heritage conservation, as it can lead to a great disconnect when not done properly. The question now is how do we understand these stakeholders?
John Ray Ramos, lecturer at Ateneo de Manila University, provides various ways in identifying these stakeholders: their inherent traits, collective desires and aspirations, as well as the pitfalls of policymaking and programming involving stakeholders for heritage conservation. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind Pamana Talks session this Friday May 22, 6:00pm-7:30pm! Visit the event page on Facebook, click “GOING” to confirm your attendance and get instantly notified when he goes live on Facebook. You may also ask questions to John Ray during his talk.
(This online event is FREE. No e-certificates will be given for viewers and attendees. Learning is open and free, and we believe that’s more important than getting certificates. )