By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 22 May 2015:
UNESCO has called on Libyan youth to post photos and videos on their websites and social . . .[restrict]media pages showing appreciation for Libya’s cultural heritage.
UNESCO launched the campaign, called #Unite4Heritage, yesterday on World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. All Libyans, but especially youth, are encouraged to use Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites to promote Libya’s rich cultural heritage. Postings should include the hashtag #Unite4Heritage or #??????_??_??????in Arabic.
Cultural heritage can be, said UNESCO, an important tool for dialogue and peace. The campaign is intended to encourage discussion among Libyans about “how they see the role and the value of Libyan culture and heritage in their own lives”.
The #Unite4Heritage hashtag is already starting to pop up on twitter as Libyans jump on board.