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On 18 June 2020 was conducted the one-day workshop, that wrapped up the pilot project, “Community-based inventorying of intangible cultural heritage related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi, Georgia,” The project is funded by the Yong Xin Hua Yun and supported by the UNESCO Culture Sector’s Living Heritage Entity. The project included meetings with local community members, pieces of training led by International facilitators, community-based Inventory of intangible cultural heritage particularly related to traditional income-generating activities in Old Tbilisi, which involved audio-visual and narrative documentation and production of promotional videos. The wrap-up meeting aimed to present and discuss the project results, and lessons learned and put forward recommendations on safeguarding ICH related to income-generating activities (crafts, performing arts, festivals, and other traditional occupations in Old Tbilisi). The meeting was held in hybrid (virtual and physical) format.