World Monuments Watch: Creating Social Change Through Cultural Heritage Conservation
The World Monuments Watch is a global, nomination-based program that uses cultural heritage conservation to empower communities and improve human well-being. Through heritage, the program seeks to improve the resilience of communities, enhance social inclusion, and build new capacities in the heritage conservation field and beyond. This video highlights three success stories behind the efforts.
Special thanks to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Alabama Public Television, Friends of Moseley Road Baths, William Abranowicz, James Barker, and the Documentation Center of Cambodia Archives.