TURIN, OCTOBER 1 – Experts and UNESCO delegations will meet next week in Turin for a workshop on the integrated management of UNESCO designations. The International Academy on Sustainable Development is a capacity-building programme ideated and implemented by the Research Centre Silvia Santagata – Ebla (CSS-Ebla) and UNESCO through its Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe (based in Venice, Italy), with the support of several local partners in the Turin and Piedmont area. The UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Development and Territory Management at the University of Turin joined the initiative in 2017.
The main objective of the workshop to be held from October 8 to October 15 is to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, through an effective advancement of institutional and professional capacities of managing authorities, communities and relevant operators from UNESCO designations.
Launched as a pilot programme on the occasion of the 3rd International Forum on Local Economic Development in 2015, in collaboration with the United Nations System Staff College and the International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization, the Academy is based in Torino (Italy), which hosts 3 different UNESCO designations. (@OnuItalia)