Knowledge Agenda 2017-2020

UNESCO Safeguarding Museums Youth Diversity Super diversity Tourism Dynamic heritage

In the period 2017-2020, the Dutch Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage conducted research in the context of the Knowledge Agenda for Intangible Heritage as a testing ground in a globalizing society. In this research we tried to find an answer to the important challenges for safeguarding intangible heritage in a rapidly changing dynamic society.
In the period 2017-2020, the research focused on five research lines:

  • Controversial intangible heritage (From 2020: Heritage in Motion)
  • Intangible Heritage & Super Diversity
  • Intangible Heritage & Youth Cultures
  • Intangible & Tangible Heritage
  • Intangible Heritage & Tourism


November 2020

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