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Expert Meeting for Building Network on Maritime ICH

Session 1

1.Keynote Speech: Maritime Living Heritage – Building Sustainable Livelihood and Ecosystems in the Asia-Pacific Region (Athena Trakadas)

1-1. The ties and tides of knowledge: Living as a community, living as the sea people (Narumon Arunotai)

1-2. Strengthening Women Fisherfolk Empowerment toward Social Inclusion in Coastal Environment of Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines (Elmira Thrina C. Pelayo)

1-3. Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge of Social and Economic Development in Inle Lake (Thu Thu Aung)

1-4. Preserving Maritime Cultural Values and Promoting Community Cohesion: From the Viewpoint of Cau Ngu (Whale Worship) Festival in Thanh Hoa Province (Thao Phuong Le)

1-5. Fisherwomen across Bay of Bengal region and the extension of their profession in ICH- Understanding the contributions of a vital part of the community and their symbolisms of sustainability, survival, and continuity (Lopamudra Maitra Bajpai)

1-6. Discussion: Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge for Inclusive Social and Economic Development

[2020 ICH Webinar Series on Maritime ICH] Day 1: Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge for Inclusive Social and Economic Development

Session 2

2. 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)

2-1. The coastal cultural landscape of Yap and marine ecological conservation (William Jeffery)

2-2. 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)

2-3. Voicing Culture after Nature: Traditional Knowledge and Marine Resource Management in the Sulawesi Islands (Dedi Supriadi Adhuri)

2-4. O le Va‘a Tā Palolo – The Palolo Fishing Canoe (Galumalemana Steve Percival)

2-5. Maritime Cultural Heritage of Matsushima Bay[Japan]: Mitigating Threats;Expanding Opportunities (Alyne Delaney)

2-6. Discussion: Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge for Environmental Sustainablity and Resilience

[2020 ICH Webinar Series on Maritime ICH] Day 2: Traditional Maritime Skills and Knowledge for Environmental Sustainablity and Resilience