2020 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 구축회의
“실크로드의 삶, 환경, 무형유산” 화상토론회 및 “실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 구축 전략회의” 개최
실크로드 22개 기관 협력, 10개국 25명 전문가 발표 2021년 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 창설 권고안 채택 예정
2020년 11월 19일
|온라인 전략 회의 – 2. 실크로드 지역의 무형유산 협력과 연대|
|13:00–13:05||(좌장 : 얀 홀라딕, 유네스코 타슈켄트 소장)|
|13:05–13:20||ㅇ 발표 : 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 타당성 고찰
(김상철 교수 / 한국외대)
|13:05–13:20||ㅇ 발표 1 : 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 타당성 고찰
(김상철, 한국외국어대학교 중앙아시아연구소 연구교수)
|13:20–13:35||ㅇ 발표 2 : 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 운영 관련 주요 이슈
(알림 페이줄라에프, 중앙아시아학연구소 선임연구원)
|13:35–13:50||ㅇ 발표 3 : 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 활동을 위한 국제 경험과 노하우
(필립 보쌍트, 국제민속축전기구협의회 회장)
|13:50–14:05||ㅇ 발표 4 : 유럽 민속 축제 협회가 배운 교훈 : 경험과 지식 공유
(칼로얀 니콜로프, 유럽민속축제협회 회장)
|14:05–14:20||ㅇ 발표 5 : 공동체 네트워크를 통한 무형유산 축제의 발전 모색 – 한국
(고대영, 당진시청 기지시줄다리기박물관 학예사)
|온라인 전략 회의 – 3. 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크를 통한 협력사업 활성화|
|15:00–15:05||(좌장 : 우라잘리 타슈마토프, 우즈베키스탄 국립예술문화연구소 교수)|
|15:05–15:20||ㅇ 발표1 : 실크로드 무형유산 네트워크 활동의 범주와 양태 그리고 발전 가능성
(허권, 몽골국제대학교 교수)
|15:20–15:35||ㅇ 발표 2 : 실크로드 지역의 축제 관련 협력 방안
(자한기르 세림카노프, 아제르바이잔국립음악원 국제관계학과 학과장)
|15:35–15:50||ㅇ 발표 3 : 사례연구 : ICH Link – 온라인 무형유산 정보 플랫폼
(박상묵, 유네스코아태무형유산센터 선임전문관)
|15:50:–16:05||ㅇ 발표 4 : 사례연구 : 실크로드 유산 회랑-아프가니스탄, 중앙아시아, 이란
(크리스타 피캇, 유네스코알마티사무소 소장)
|16:05–16:20||ㅇ 발표 5 : 유네스코 실크로드 온라인 플랫폼
(메흐라드 샤바항, 유네스코 인문사회과학분야 사업전문관)
|결론세션 (좌장:박성용 ICHCAP 정책개발실장)|
|17:00–17:10||ㅇ 회의 결과 보고(회의 서기)|
|17:10–17:20||ㅇ 권고안 채택(워킹 그룹 대표)|
■ 폐회사 : 금기형 (유네스코아태무형유산센터 사무총장)
드미트리 보야킨 (국제중앙아시아학연구소 사무총장)
Online Strategic Meeting on Silk Roads ICH Networking: Session 2
Moderator: Jan Hladik
Head of the UNESCO Tashkent Office
Jan Hladík (Czech Republic) assumed duties as Head of the UNESCO Tashkent Office and the UNESCO representative to Uzbekistan in November 2019. Prior to this appointment, Jan served for more than 27 years in UNESCO. During his professional life in UNESCO he has been working essentially in the field of cultural heritage standard-setting instruments such as the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and its two (1954 and 1999) Protocols, the 1970 Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property and the 2001 Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage. He also assumed the function of the Secretary of statutory bodies under those Conventions. Jan graduated with honours in 1988 from the International Law Faculty of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and obtained the title Juris Doctor the same year from the Charles University in Prague (Czechoslovakia). He published a number of articles in professional publications and journals and participated in a number of intergovernmental and expert meetings related to the protection of cultural property including the March 1999 Hague Diplomatic Conference on the Second Protocol to the Hague Convention. Jan is an expert in cultural heritage protection law, law of armed conflicts and international public law in general.
Research Professor, Institute of Central Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Sangcheol Kim graduated from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Korea. He earned a master’s degree in Eastern-European and Soviet Studies at the graduate school of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and a Ph.D. in International Studies (Russian and Central Asia) at the same university.
From 1996 to 1998, he worked as a Korean overseas volunteer at Kazakhstani University (Kustanai State University and Al-frabi Kazakh National University), dispatched by the Korean International Cooperation Agency under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea. From 1999 to 2001, he worked as a research fellow at the Center for International Area Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. From 2001 to 2007, he worked at Al-farabi Kazakh National University as a lecturer and visiting researcher.
Since 2007, he has been working as a lecturer on Central Asian Studies in the Department of Central Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Additionally, he has been conducting advice and consulting on Central Asia to the various public and private organizations, including ministerial and municipal organizations and private organizations and NGOs.
Leading Researcher, International Institute for Central Asian Studies
Alim Feyzulayev is an architect that specializes in conservation and heritage management. As a part of an international expert team was in charge of preparing a State of Conservation and Heritage Impact Assessment Report for the Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi, Kazakhstan (2019-2020). He was commissioned to perform a Heritage Impact Assessment for the project of a new market, “Shakhristan” in the Historic Center of Bukhara, Uzbekistan (2019). Has been contributing to the preparation of the Management Plan for the Historic Center of Bukhara (2015-2016). He holds a Master of Arts in Monumental Heritage degree from Anhalt University of Applied Sciences in Dessau, Germany and a Bachelor’s Degree in architecture from the Tashkent Institute for Architecture and Civil Engineering. He has also been a member of ICOMOS International since 2018.
Mr. Philippe Breaussant has been serving as President of CIOFF since 2014. CIOFF, the International Council of Organizations of Folklore Festivals and Folk Arts, is an NGO and official UNESCO partner, accredited by the PCI and UNESCO ICH committee, advocating a Culture of Peace through the traditional arts. There are 115 CIOFF member countries, 350 Festivals organized each year worldwide, 80,000 young artists who come to CIOFF festivals, thousands of volunteers, and millions of spectators during CIOFF festivals.
Mr. Breaussant has also been a Member of the Board of Directors of CIOFF France since 2017. From 2017 to 2018, he was Chairman of the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee, which manages the links between UNESCO and the 400 NGO Official Partner Members of UNESCO).
He was the organizer of the Forum on Youth and its social impact in Saudi Arabia with UNESCO and the forum on immigration in Tunis.
From 2019 to 2020 he was Vice President of the NGO-UNESCO Liaison Committee responsible for Forums.
President, European Association of Folklore Festivals
Mr. Nikolov earned his master’s degree in Informatics Science at Veliko Tatnovo University, Bulgaria, and a doctoral from the Institute of Ethnologic and Folkloristic with Ethnographic Museum of Bulgaria Academy of Science.
He is President of the European Association of Folklore Festivals—EAFF, an ICH partner of UNESCO, and a member of the Executive Board of Regional Centre for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage in South-Eastern Europe under the auspices of UNESCO.
A member of the Steering Committee of ICH NGO FORUM and CEO of Television “EurofolkTV,” He is also Director of European Championship of Folklore “Euro Folk” and Director of World Championship of Folklore “World Folk.”
He has been the head organizer of more than 150 folklore festivals since 1998.
Curator, Gijisi juldarigi (Tug-of-War) Museum, Operated by the Dangjin Local Government.
He majored in history at Chungnam National University and obtained his master’s degree. Since 2010, he has been in charge of research, transmission, and festivals on tug-of-war while working at the Gijisi Tug-of-War Museum. In 2015, he participated in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage registration project for tugging rituals and games. Also, since 2016, he has been active as a member of the Korean Traditional Tug-of-War Safeguarding Association Union.
Working Group meeting
Mr. Sang-bae Park
Deputy Director-General, Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum Secretariat, Korea Foundation
Park Sang-bae is the Deputy Director-General of the Korea-Central Asia Cooperation Forum Secretariat, Korea Foundation. He gained his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Yonsei University, Korea.
Since joining the Korea Foundation in 1992, he devoted himself to spearheading the public diplomacy efforts of the Republic of Korea. He gained expertise in public diplomacy while working at the Foundation’s International Cooperation Department, Invitation & Dispatch Department, Planning Bureau. For the past decade, Mr. Park served as the Director of Invitation & Dispatch Dept., Director of Research & Scholarship Dept., Head of Planning & Research Team, Director-General of the Management Innovation Bureau, and Director-General of the Auditor-General Office. He also served multiple times as the Director of the Foundation’s overseas offices: Ho-chi-min City Office from 2005 to 2008; Moscow Office from 2019 to 2020.