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Big Foot Conferenece. June 5. Intergenerational learning in the Ukrainian Carpathians_Tamara Malkova

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Tamara Malkova, the director of the Green Dossier NGO in Ukraine, presented the experience with intergenerational learning and its role in rural development in her region.

Tamara Malkova, the director of the Green Dossier NGO in Ukraine, presented the experience with intergenerational learning and its role in rural development in her region.


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  • 1. Intergenerational Learning and Innovation for Sustainable Development in Ukrainian Carpathians Final conference of the project “Big Foot: Crossing Generations, Crossing Mountains” 5-6 June, 2013 Vienna International Centre (VIC) ICO “Green Dossier"
  • 2. Family – the main cultural value of Ukrainian Hutsuls • Hutsul traditional educational system – Based on strong mountain conditions, – Cultural heritage and traditional knowledge keeping, – And family values • Family values as driving forces – for sustainable economic development – for tourism development – for preservation of cultural heritage – for nature conservation – for developing modern instruments (ICT)
  • 3. Examples Family businesses - small hotel: traditional hospitality and new for the region byce- services - Needlework: modern business - Valylo (Carpathian washing machine): family business keeping even in Soviet time - Fishing farm + service for tourists
  • 4. Preservation of cultural heritage - Learning handicrafts – family education; - Festivals and master- classes: - involve young people from outside of the region, - Increase respect to masters; - Original products become popular - Carpathian branding
  • 5. International cooperation ANPED consultations and pilot testing of creating and building up of the Carpathian Heritage Inventory were held in 2007 – 2011 in the frame of ANPED activities according to the Decisions COP1/6 and COP2/8 of the Conferences of the Parties to the Convention. http://www.carpathian-heritage.org The project (started in December 2012) aims at developing and testing a set of tools and innovative models for facilitating the development of sustainable tourism in rural areas, specifically in mountainous regions, by fostering a community consultation process, and for training selected opinion leaders to act as multipliers in enhancing community…
  • 6. Role of Carpathian Convention Unites countries Unites people Supports ideas Promote best practices Creates the Carpathian Space with respect to nature, common and unique culture, traditions and safety future Carpathian Sheep Transhumance 2013 - traditional movement of the proffessional shepherds with 300 sheep through the Carpathians, A common pastoral culture in the Carpathians (May 11 – September 14)
  • 7. Information Center «Green Dossier» (established in 1994, has representatives in regions of Ukraine, including 4 Carpathian regions, ANPED member) implemented about 20 projects in the Carpathians focused at sustainable development of the region. http://www.dossier.org.ua/ ****************************************** WE ALL BELONG TO THE EARTH