Expert Meeting for Building Network on Maritime ICH

Session 2

30 October 2020

Opening

Congratulatory Remarks Ms. Yeon-soo Kim, Director, National Research Institute of Maritime Cultural Heritage, Republic of Korea  
Congratulatory Remarks Mr. Pham Phu Ngoc, Director, Hoi An Center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, Vietnam  
Special Presentation Evidence from the Social Economic Impact Acessment of COVID-19 in the Pacific: The Contribution of ICH in human  -centered development Ellen Lekka, Cultural Officer, UNESCO Apia office

Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge for Environmental Sustainablity and Resilience

Moderator -Ms. Soledad Nathalia M. Dalisay, University of the Philippines, Diliman

The Coastal Cultural Landscape of Yap and Marine Ecological Conservation
– William Jeffery, University of Guam
Korean National Important Fisheries Heritage System for Strengthening Sustainability:
A Case of the Hand-net Fisheries System for Gathering Marsh Clam in Seomjin River

– Hyunjong Jong, Ministry of Ocean and Fisheries, Republic of Korea
Voicing Culture after Nature  :  Traditional Knowledge and Marine Resource Management in the Sulawesi Islands
– Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
O le Va‘a Tā Palolo – The Palolo Fishing Canoe
– Galumalemana Steve Percival, Tiapapata Art Centre inc.
Maritime Cultural Heritage of Matsushima Bay [Japan]:
Mitigating Threats; Expanding Opportunities

– Alyne Delaney, Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University
Q&A