A British Council programme taking place in Colombia, Kenya and Vietnam, Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth is an action research initiative exploring the use of cultural heritage for growth that benefits all levels of society. Cultural heritage in this context means many things, from the built environment through to cultural traditions such as music and language. Inclusive growth means working with and for all levels of society in order to reconcile the divide between economic growth, and rising poverty and inequality.
Heritage of Future Past − An introduction
In Vietnam, the in-country Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth project works with music and film heritage, in particular aspects that are under-represented or at risk of disappearing.