UNESCO WHV Let’s Heritage at Rani-Ki-Vav, India 2019

UNESCO WHV Let’s Heritage at Rani-Ki-Vav, India 2019

World Heritage Volunteers (WHV) 2019 –  UNESCO WHV Enhancement of commitment to world heritage. The WHV 2019 campaign offers enriching and enriching opportunities to young people and allows them to go beyond borders in some of the most prominent places in the world. Volunteers will work together to preserve natural and cultural sites, as well as to raise awareness among local communities about their heritage.

The World Heritage Volunteers Initiative is led by the UNESCO World Heritage Center (WHC) in collaboration with the Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS), European Heritage Volunteers (as a branch of Open Doors) and Better World For its twelfth year, 68 action camp projects will be implemented in 62 World Heritage properties and sites inscribed in the Provisional Lists, from June to December 2019, by 55 organizations in 36 countries.

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  • Country: India
  • Eligible Regions: Anyone Can Apply
  • Deadline: June 15, 2019
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    Eligibility Criteria :

    • The participant must be between 16 and 35 years old.
    • The participant must participate in the entire time frame of the program.
    • The participant must be enthusiastic to explore the conservation and promotion of heritage in the
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    Benefits :

    • Be part of the estimated WHV Project of UNESCO.
    • Develop your heritage ratio.
    • Meet heritage experts.
    • International Certification
    • Work together with global participants.
    • Build a network with the community.
    • Explore Indian culture, heritage, and architecture.

    Rani-ki-Vav is an outstanding example of a distinctive form of underground water architecture of the Indian subcontinent, the stepwell. Initially built as a memorial in the 11th century, it was built as a religious and functional structure, and designed as an inverted temple that emphasizes the sanctity of water.

    The project is the pioneer of a four-site national campaign that extends the scope of the first ‘Let’s Heritage’ project executed in Rani-ki-Vav in 2017. It aims to promote the preservation of heritage among young people and local communities, documenting and disseminating examples of active participation, stimulating a sense of responsibility and connecting local and international people with site administration and conservation authorities.

    Participants will organize and participate in different awareness actions, from heritage walks to classes, competitions, musical evenings, bonfires, food discoveries, paintings and artistic shows with local youth, school students and community representatives. They will also prepare a documentary about the activities of the camp to promote the site and the participation of young people in the protection of heritage in different social media platforms. Scheduled visits to various heritage sites in the city, crafts and museums. The Heritage Talk program will feature experts who will provide information on the Indian heritage.

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    Application Process:

    Applications must be submitted online. In the selection of applications, delegates will be notified via email.

    Participation fees: (Participation fees include: accommodation, meals and local trips throughout the program)

    INR 12500 for Indian nationals
    USD 265 for foreigners

    Reference link to UNESCO: https://whc.unesco.org/en/volunteers2019/

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