Mark your calendars for the 6th International Museum Workers Day #SportsIMWD

2020-10-15 17:55:13 source: MUSEUMVIEWS


International Museum Workers Day (IMWD) was founded by MUSEUMVIEWS in 2015. The media MUSEUMVIEWS was founded in 2003, as a museum consultancy and film production company by HOMA TAJ, an artist, filmmaker and museologist, whilst starting her doctoral research at Oxford University.


IMWD is committed to recognizing UNESCO’s International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity, and Sport which is a rights-based reference that orients and supports policy- and decision-making in all aspects of the sport.


Inspired by THEIR recent partnership with Global Sports Heritage Association (GSHA), IMWD is thrilled to announce 'Sports Heritage' as the theme for the 6th IMWD2020 to be marked on the last Thursday in October, 10.22.2020.


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IMWD & GSHA acknowledge that physical education, physical activity, and sport all form part of humanity’s non-tangible heritage which includes dance, recreational, organized, competitive, casual, traditional, and indigenous sports, and games.


The contribution to the UNESCO Charter is grounded in the belief that advocating for an appreciation of sports heritage gives stakeholders a better understanding of their place in contemporary society. We believe that promoting sports heritage may be regarded as an added tool for cultivating the ability to make informed, strategic decisions toward balancing and optimizing the impact of policy options and priorities at different levels.


(Edited by Ye Ke)

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International Museum Workers Day (IMWD) was founded by MUSEUMVIEWS in 2015. The media MUSEUMVIEWS was founded in 2003, as a museum consultancy and film production company by HOMA TAJ, an artist, filmmaker and museologist, whilst starting her doctoral research at Oxford University.


IMWD is committed to recognizing UNESCO’s International Charter of Physical Education, Physical Activity, and Sport which is a rights-based reference that orients and supports policy- and decision-making in all aspects of the sport.


Inspired by THEIR recent partnership with Global Sports Heritage Association (GSHA), IMWD is thrilled to announce 'Sports Heritage' as the theme for the 6th IMWD2020 to be marked on the last Thursday in October, 10.22.2020.


SportsIMWD-4-800x640.png


IMWD & GSHA acknowledge that physical education, physical activity, and sport all form part of humanity’s non-tangible heritage which includes dance, recreational, organized, competitive, casual, traditional, and indigenous sports, and games.


The contribution to the UNESCO Charter is grounded in the belief that advocating for an appreciation of sports heritage gives stakeholders a better understanding of their place in contemporary society. We believe that promoting sports heritage may be regarded as an added tool for cultivating the ability to make informed, strategic decisions toward balancing and optimizing the impact of policy options and priorities at different levels.


(Edited by Ye Ke)

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