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How to tweet about World Heritage at #41WHC

There are many fans of World Heritage around the world, keen on learning what’s taking place in Kraków, Poland at #41WHC.

Here are a few things you can tweet that would be useful:

  • Include the hashtag #41WHC in posts about the event
  • Show the daily agenda. If there’s a printout, take a photo. What’s being discussed and in what order?
  • Show us message boards and information tables.
  • If something is being celebrated or debated, let us know in real-time.
  • If you know of relevant resources and websites, tweet the link.
  • Meet the locals. Find and share what people in Poland would like visitors to know about the host city and country.

Spanish (translation via Google, corrections are helpful!)

Aquí hay algunas cosas que usted puede tweet que sería útil:

Incluya el hashtag # 41WHC en publicaciones sobre el evento
Mostrar la agenda diaria. Si hay una impresión, tome una foto. ¿Qué se discute y en qué orden?
Muéstrenos tableros de mensajes y tablas de información.
Si algo está siendo celebrado o debatido, háganoslo saber en tiempo real.
Si conoce los recursos y sitios web pertinentes, tweet el enlace.
Conoce a la gente local. Encuentre y comparta lo que la gente de Polonia desea que los visitantes conozcan sobre la ciudad y el país anfitrión.

Polish (translation via Google, corrections are helpful!)

Oto kilka rzeczy, które można tweetować, co byłoby użyteczne:

Dodaj hashtag # 41WHC w postach o wydarzeniu
Pokaż dzienny program. Jeśli jest wydruk, zrób zdjęcie. Co jest przedmiotem dyskusji iw jakim porządku?
Pokaż nam tablice informacyjne i tabele informacyjne.
Jeśli coś jest obchodzone lub dyskutowane, daj nam znać w czasie rzeczywistym.
Jeśli znasz odpowiednie zasoby i strony internetowe, kliknij link.
Poznaj mieszkańców. Znajdź i podziel się opinią, co ludzie w Polsce chcą, aby goście wiedzieli o mieście i kraju przyjmującym.

Who should tweet?

Participants and organizers of the World Heritage Committee meeting who want to document actions and let others know what is being discussed. Reflections are most welcome.

Who should not tweet?

Anyone who wants to keep secrets.


If we turn this into a game, then we’d like to award a special honor to Tweeters of the event. Bragging rights will go to those with our favorite tweets. Obviously, we haven’t worked out any rules or guidelines, but we’ll get to that if there’s positive feedback! We would like to emphasize the idea that sharing on Twitter (and elsewhere on the social web) can be fun and help make these important events more public-facing so that we all have a better idea of what’s taking place around the globe.

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