Daten zum Projekt
|Initiative:||Wissen für morgen – Kooperative Forschungsvorhaben im subsaharischen Afrika|
|Ausschreibung:||Symposien, Workshops und Sommerschulen|
Within the framework of the planned project, results from the ongoing research project are to be passed on to residents of the excavation region in north-western Zimbabwe. The aim is to communicate knowledge about archaeological research and heritage conservation and to create awareness for regional history and sustainable protection of the existing cultural heritage. The communication strategy is based on a dialogue between archaeological and modern heritage professionals, traditional communities, students and the general public. The dissemination package is composed of a number of methodological and communication approaches which include workshops and focus group discussions; museum exhibitions; production and screening of documentary films as well as publications of academic and popular works in English and Nambya. In addition to the rural communities and students of Hwange District, rangers from the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, mining companies operating in the area, local associations and government officials will be targeted.