#ErasmusDays2019, the EPALE teams wished to raise awareness about the European Union commitment in adult lifelong learning. They created a digital exhibition with 28 different projects, demonstrating the variety of practices across Europe.
Picture © Ethnic Culture Centre Suiti Foundation
The organizations of four European countries - Latvia (Ethnic Culture Centre Suiti Foundation), Estonia (Kihnu Cultural Space Foundation), The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (ICTM National Committee of Macedonia) and Georgia (Georgian Arts and Culture Center) representing different cultural values shared their experience in order to provide better understanding of the best ways and methods to channel the knowledge to those who need it - people practising UNESCO included traditions. As an exemple, in November 2018, Latvian owner and hostess from the farm Berzini in Alsunga taught Georgian representatives how to bake, how to make traditional Kurzeme. In Macedonia a presentation of intangible cultural heritage, music and dance from the Dolni Polog region was organised.
NAME OF THE PROJECT
The network of UNESCO recognised values
To promote traditions between partners organisations recognised by UNESCO
Adults educators from partners organisations
ORGANISATION AND PARTNERS
• Latvia: Ethnic Culture Centre Suiti Foundation
National Support Services LATVIA
Ministry of Education and Science
Read more about the exhibition process and find the table of contents with all the projects :https://epale.ec.europa.eu/en/blog/erasmusdays2019-digital-exhibition