Participation Of Specialists Of The National Museum In The Unesco …

Participation Of Specialists Of The National Museum In The Unesco Training In The Republic Of Kazakhstan

It is the responsibility of every individual in society to protect and honour historical and cultural heritage and to ensure its transmission to future generations. In this context, from 3 to 6 June this year, within the framework of the UNESCO/EU “Silk Road Heritage Corridors in Central Asia” project – International aspects of the Year of European Cultural Heritage”, at the suggestion of the UNESCO Regional office in Almaty, A study on the development of sectoral potential for specialists of the Republic of Tajikistan is being conducted under the title “Strengthening the capacity to repair museum exhibits and historical sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage Register in Tajikistan”. The study, which involves specialists from the Department of Repair and Conservation of a state institution, the National Museum, is being conducted on World Heritage and Museum organisations.

The objective of this training is to enhance the abilities of young specialists and museum workers engaged in field research of World Heritage sites in the field of conservation and restoration of acquired valuables, both in the field and in the laboratory.

The training is conducted by experts from the renowned scientific and restoration laboratory “Island of Crimea (Island of Crimea)”, which specialises in examining various advanced methods and technologies related to the operational protection of archaeological and museum sites.

The training is delivered through a combination of high-level interactive lectures, practical exercises, including group work and study visits, and the participation of interdisciplinary and multicultural staff creates a supportive environment for effective communication and participation. The training programme examines the relationship between science and the restoration of museum objects, utilising available resources and relevant initiatives.