Migration and Diversity as Part of Relevant Social Agenda in Museum Practices
Webinar for Museum Workers

24 April 2021

The themes of migration, mobility and diversity have always been part of the social agenda of museums, and can also be part of absolutely any modern museum. During the webinar organised in cooperation with ICOM Russia, Dinara Khalikova and Olga Sinitsyna proved the previously mentioned statement.

UNESCO Cluster Office in Almaty continues a series of online capacity-building webinars for the museum workers from the states of Central Asia and Southern Caucases.

Theme: Migration and Diversity as Part of Relevant Social Agenda in Museum Practices.

Date: 22 April 2021.

Speakers: Ms Dinara Khalikova Specialist in social and cultural projects, member of the Presidium of ICOM Russia; Ms Olga Sinitsyna Specialist in museum and library development, member of the Expert Council of the Prokhorov Foundation, National Coordinator for Russia at ICOM CECA.

Useful Links:

  • Migrations: Revealing the Personal Project;
  • Museum practices and recommendations for working on Migration, Mobility and Diversity;
  • "Where I am" documentary movie;
  • "Museums and People in the Mobile World" International Online Seminar;
  • Materials of the "Heritage Interpretation: Power of Storytelling in Museums" International Conference;
  • Materials "Innovation Areas for the Open-Air Museums" All-Russian Conference.

    Previous webinars:
  • Evacuation and Emergency Rescue of Museum Collections and Objects (2021.02.11);
  • Inclusiveness in the Work of Museums (2021.02.25);
  • Travelling Exhibitions (2021.03.17);
  • Museum Labels: History, Methods and Approaches (2021.03.31);
  • Digitalization of Museums Collections and Procedures (2021.04.07);
  • The Work of ICOM Russia as a Tool to Strengthen the Museum Community (2021.04.09);
  • Digital Development of Museums and Libraries (2021.04.15).

    Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/migration-and-diversity-as-part-of-relevant-social-agenda-in-museum-practices-br-webinar