竹乡碳计 | 第二期体面就业培训班开办
发布日期:2022-04-15 来源:联合国教科文组织

竹乡碳计 | 第二期体面就业培训班开办


自2021年,联合国教科文组织在《中国世界遗产地保护和管理》项目四期(2021-2024)框架下,与国际竹藤组织合作,深化并升级赤水竹手工艺可持续生计试点,并将其命名为“竹乡碳计”。试点活动围绕乡村振兴和低碳发展主题,致力于加强赤水竹产业人才培养系统化、特色竹艺产品生产可持续性以及社区协同发展适应性,吸引青年将竹艺从业者作为时尚职业和体面就业的选择,同时立足赤水特色竹林资源,开展世界遗产地减碳和低碳发展试点行动,探索乡村低碳发展路径,增强乡村社区气候韧性。


作为人才培养的重要一环,项目去年12月启动了体面就业系列培训班,并开展了为期一个月的首期竹编技能培训。培训结束后,25名女性参培学员中已有10名学员(占参培学员的40%)在赤水市牵手竹艺发展有限公司就业,竹编成为其就业选择。


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参加培训后以竹编为就业选择的女性学员|汪祥宏


为落实第一期培训的成果,4月13日至27日,项目继续与国际竹藤组织、赤水市人民政府和赤水市林业局合作,在赤水市锦绣社区扶贫工坊开展第二期体面就业培训班。第二期培训班共25人参加(92%女性),围绕竹编工艺与传播运营组织课程内容,在提升学员竹编技艺以及实物编织能力的同时,也引入了通过新媒体渠道推广传统工艺这一重要课题,拓展学员们对于非遗手工艺作为一种体面生计来源的理解和视野。


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联合国教科文组织驻华代表处代表夏泽翰教授视频致辞


在开班仪式上,联合国教科文组织驻华代表处代表夏泽翰教授对国际竹藤组织、赤水市人民政府和赤水市林业局的大力支持表示了感谢,并强调了赤水试点活动在助力乡村振兴、促进低碳发展的实践和经验有望为中国乃至全球的遗产地所借鉴。赤水市人民政府吕川副市长表示此次培训是一个宝贵的机会;他提到,赤水高度重视赤水竹编的传承和保护,把竹编产业发展作为推进乡村振兴的重要抓手,目前竹编带动就业2000余人,产值达1500万元以上。赤水市林业局党组成员毛堂荣,赤水市人民政府办公室党组成员袁强出席开班仪式。


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参培学员在赤水市锦绣社区扶贫工坊参加开班仪式|牟小燕


在随后的分享环节,联合国教科文组织驻华代表处文化部门介绍了项目四期的背景、目标和世界遗产地可持续生计活动的总体设计和规划。国际竹藤组织高级项目官员李艳霞女士进一步介绍了赤水“竹乡碳计”试点的具体活动,以及发展竹产业和非遗手工艺对双碳目标的实现发挥的巨大潜力。非遗领域MCN机构匠林风华负责人何聪先生运用大量详实的案例为学员讲授了如何在新媒体平台上讲好非遗手工艺的故事,让年轻人爱上老手艺。


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竹编示范教学|牟小燕


随后的15天中,学员们将边学边工,在培训学习中完成订单,与竹工坊产销共生与合作,实现就地就业和创收。这种协同培训与社区增收的模式将实现竹编传承发展与社区就业帮扶的共赢,让竹编成为社区居民体面的就业选择,实现增收致富,助力乡村振兴。


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学员练习蔑丝处理|牟小燕


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学员作品|牟小燕


(English version)


Bamboo for Carbon Neutrality in Rural Areas: Commencement of 2nd Workshop in Decent Employment Workshop Series


Within the project framework of “Conservation and Management of World Heritage Sites in China” Phase IV (2021-2024), in 2021, UNESCO joined hands with the International Bamboo and Rattan Organization (INBAR) to upgrade the sustainable livelihood pilot activity in Chishui under the title “Bamboo for Carbon Neutrality in Rural Areas”. This enhanced pilot activity focuses on the themes of rural revitalization and low-carbon development, and seeks to help Chishui develop systematic capacity building mechanisms in bamboo industries, to enhance sustainability of bamboo handicraft production, and to encourage young people to engage with bamboo handicraft as a decent and “cool” job. The pilot activity also draws from the abundant bamboo resource in Chishui to launch pilot research on low-carbon development in rural areas to increase their climate resilience.


As an integral component of local talent cultivation, the “Decent Employment” workshop series was launched in December 2021, and the first 1-month workshop on bamboo weaving was organized. Follow-up survey on the 25 women who participated in the workshop showed that 10 women successfully found jobs making bamboo weaving in local enterprise.


To consolidate the outcomes of the first workshop, the project continues collaboration with INBAR, Chishui Municipal People’s Government and Chishui Forestry Bureau and organized the second Decent Employment workshop from 13 to 27 April 2022 at the Chishui Jinxiu Community Poverty Alleviation Workstation. While continuing to enhance capacity of participant on bamboo weaving techniques, the second workshop incorporates the important subject of promoting traditional handicrafts through new media, in order to broaden participants’ vision on living heritage as a decent means of livelihood.


During the opening session, Professor Shahbaz Khan, Director of UNESCO Beijing Office, expressed thanks to the support from INBAR, Chishui Municipal People’s Government and Chishui Forestry Administration, and emphasized that pilot efforts in Chishui on rural revitalization and low-carbon development have potential of benefiting other heritage sites in China and around the world. Mr. Lv Chuan, Vice Mayor of Chishui Municipality, noted that this workshop is a precious opportunity; he mentioned that Chishui places high emphasis on the safeguarding and transmission of bamboo weaving as an entry point of rural revitalization, which now provides jobs to over 2000 people in Chishui and generates annual revenue of over 15 million CNY. Also present at the opening session were Mr. Mao Tangrong, CPC Group Member of Chishui Forestry Administration, and Mr. Yuan Qiang, CPC Group Member of Chishui Municipal People’s Government.


In the sharing session that followed, the Culture Unit of UNESCO Beijing Office introduced the background and objectives of the overall project framework as well as the design and planning of the World Heritage sustainable livelihood activities.  Ms. Li Yanxia, Senior Programme Officer of INBAR introduced the detailed activities under the “Bamboo for Carbon Neutrality in Rural Areas” pilot activity, and the great potential of bamboo industries and living heritage handicrafts in achieving the Double Carbon Targets, i.e. peaking carbon emissions before 2030 and reaching carbon neutrality before 2060. Mr. He Cong, CEO of Jianglin Fenghua, an influential MCN agency specialized in the field of living heritage communication, introduced through numerous case studies how to tell stories of living heritage handicrafts on social media, and making young people fall in love with traditional skills.


In the coming 15 days, participants will learn skills and at the same time work for the bamboo weaving workstation on procurement orders. This mode of synergizing capacity building and income activity will achieve a win-win between living heritage transmission and community livelihood enhancement. The workshop will contribute to making bamboo weaving a decent source of income for local communities, promoting economic development, and revitalizing rural areas.

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