Engage has had significant media interest in the first seminar in the 2017 seminar series Liverpool UNESCO World Heritage Site – a status worth fighting for?

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BBC Radio Merseyside: BBC Merseyside  scroll through to 1:11:16 to hear the report.

BBC R4 PM Programme: BBC R4 PM scroll through to 48.32 to hear report by Stephanie Power till 54.22

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Despite having sent a significant Press Release (WHS Engage Seminars Press Release) to the Echo and other outlets it is surprising that nothing so far has managed to get onto their pages even though there was national and regional interest from the BBC in the presence in the city of the head of the UNESCO unit for Europe and North America. Could it be because the Echo has made a decision not to support the attempts to hold onto WHS status? Are they committed to the default position from significant power brokers in the city that this UNESCO status stands in the way of legitimate development and progress? Sad really that they chose not to share with their readers the insights and attitudes from UNESCO. Maybe they prefer to leave the impression among the population that there is no appetite in the city to fight for WHS status? How wrong could they be!

Online Media Reports:

Your Move Magazine 19.09.17

Getintothis 28.09.17

Institute of Cultural Capital 16.10.17

Post-Seminar Articles:

Prof John Belchem: Liverpool World Heritage – A Status Worth Fighting For in SAVE Britain’s Heritage Newsletter Winter 2017 p.4-6