Forum participants stressed the importance of local cultural heritage protection and promotion
Representatives of the relevant public institutions, educational institutions, the private and non-governmental sectors, as well as individuals contributing to the preservation of cultural heritage, participated in the work of Forum. The panelists of the Forum were: architect Senada Demirović Habibija, representative of the City of Mostar, who spoke about the importance of UNESCO World Heritage in the local community, Boris Trapara from CHwB BiH – Cultural Heritage without Borders, who spoke about the importance of non-formal education for cultural heritage, Aida Bičakčić, a representative of the Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina spoke about the heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Edin Pandur, owner of Art Studio Pandur, who spoke to forum participants about the importance of old crafts as promoters of cultural heritage. The facilitator of the event was Amra Šarančić Logo from the Commission to Preserve National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The forum was also an opportunity for young entrepreneurs and artists to exhibit their handicrafts and works of art inspired by BiH's cultural heritage, as well as an excellent chance for networking, exchanging ideas and making some new collaborations.
The Forum is one of the activities within the EU project CLINK – Cultural Heritage Linking Diversities in Europe, co-funded by Europe for Citizens Programme.
Please find the short biography and the presentation of each panellist on the links below: