World Heritage Education Publication
UNESCO Young People's World Heritage Education Programme gives young people a chance to voice their concerns and to become involved in the protection of our common cultural and natural heritage. This project seeks to encourage and enable tomorrow's decision makers to participate in heritage conservation and to respond to the continuing threats facing our World Heritage.
Several forums, learning kits and toolkits, published by UNESCO Bangkok, for young people and youth organizations to learn and help protecting our World Heritage sites.
Seeing with Young Eyes: Third Sub-regional Southeast Asian Teacher Training Workshop on Using Art to Teach about World Heritage, Penang, Malaysia 2006
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 2008. 68 p.
World Heritage in Young Southeast Asian Hands: Second Sub-regional Workshop Introducing the Arts for Teaching on the Historic Environment
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 2004. 44 p.
Memories and Marvels: Using Mind Maps to Design Websites and CD-ROMS about Heritage and Culture in the Asia-Pacific. A Guide for Young People and Youth Organizations
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 2002. 115 p.
World Heritage in Young Southeast Asian Hands: A Workshop on the Introduction and Evaluation of the UNESCO World Heritage Education Kit
Sukhothai, Thailand 2000.
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 2000. 72 p.
Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok. 1997. 28 p.