Nada Hosking, Executive Director of Global Heritage Fund, is available to comment on the importance of protecting Indigenous knowledge and cultural heritage on International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples (August 9).
For fifteen years, Global Heritage Fund has worked to protect cultural heritage throughout the world. World's Indigenous Peoples Day is an opportunity to strengthen the inextricable links between protection of Indigenous knowledge and cultural heritage around the world.
Ms. Hosking can comment on:
- Community knowledge, crafts, and languages as integral parts of cultural heritage
- The need for inclusive, rights-based heritage protection that addresses social vulnerabilities
Ms. Hosking is in San Francisco and available for interviews from 6:30 am PT.
Global Heritage Fund empowers communities through historic preservation beyond monuments®. Since 2002, GHF has helped local communities to save 28 sites in 19 countries with over 100 partner organizations. Using its Preservation by Design® methodology of community-based planning, conservation science, and strategic partnerships, GHF has invested over $30 million and secured $25 million in co-funding to ensure sustainable preservation and responsible development. Learn more at https://globalheritagefund.org/.