SUPPORTING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES IN RAISING AWARENESS ON CULTURAL HERITAGE VALUES AND CITIZENSHIP ENGAGEMENT
Your training team brings a diversity of background, practice and experience.
Diana Walters has over 30 years experience of working with cultural heritage internationally. Currently based in the UK Diana is an academic practitioner specializing in inclusion, diversity, community engagement, peacebuilding, learning and interpretation. She holds a PhD in heritage and is an Honorary Fellow at Exeter University, Plymouth University and teaches at Gothenburg University, Sweden.
Mirian BLLACI is an urban planner and cultural resource manager with 10 years of professional experience in preparing and implementing strategies and projects in the fields of integrated conservation, heritage management, cultural and eco-tourism and heritage education. Through his work in post-conflict areas such as the Western Balkans, and in dealing with ‘difficult’ heritage, Mirian has developed strong interest and skills in designing and coordinating local & international projects aimed at strengthening the ties between people and heritage and at connecting between peoples. Mirian is an alumni of the Institut d’Urbanisme de Paris, ENSA Paris-Malaquais and Sciences Po Paris.
Izz Al-Jabari is a young cultural operator from Hebron, Palestine. He is a qualified trainer in the field of cultural management, theater and human development and is specialising in education and youth training.