Protecting cultural heritage demands engaging and inform policy-makers and the society at large. To provide the resources and incentives to value the past through study of ancient languages and literatures requires a commitment from educators worldwide.
The task of sustaining living cultural heritage — preserving traditions, practices, languages, and beliefs — in the face of constant social change often becomes subject to considerable community and generational tensions.
Current priorities for GCPCH are engaging with international and intergovernmental organizations and identifying appropriate curriculums for younger students.
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