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Progress in implementing an eight-country capacity-building project in the Arab States and Africa

٤ مايو، ٢٠١٥ – جزر القمر, جيبوتي, مصر, مدغشقر, فلسطين, السودان, اليمن, جنوب السودان,

Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Madagascar, Palestine, South Sudan and Sudan have successfully completed needs assessments in the field of intangible cultural heritage. Through onsite national consultations, each of these countries identified opportunities and gaps in the institutional and professional environment for effective ›››

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Towards codes of ethics for intangible cultural heritage?

٢٣ مارس، ٢٠١٥ – إسبانيا,

What are the core values and ethical principles – drawn from the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage – that ought to guide all safeguarding efforts, whether undertaken by States, communities, civil society or the private sector? How can those cor ›››

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Planning for national capacity building strategies in eight countries in Africa and the Arab Region: South Sudan needs assessment completed

٩ مارس، ٢٠١٥ – جزر القمر, جيبوتي, مصر, مدغشقر, فلسطين, السودان, اليمن, جنوب السودان,

Eight countries in Africa and the Arab Region (Comoros, Djibouti, Madagascar, Egypt, Palestine, Sudan, South Sudan and Yemen) are currently benefitting from UNESCO’s support to map out their needs for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage through on site national consultations. ›››

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Southern Africa: Enhanced national capacities and sub-regional cooperation for safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage

٢٣ فبراير، ٢٠١٥ – بوتسوانا, ليسوتو, ملاوي, ناميبيا, إسواتيني, زامبيا, زمبابوي,

It is time to review and to plan for the next steps ! Chinhoyi (Zimbabwe) welcomes a workshop from 24 to 26 February 2015 in order to take stock of the results of the project implemented in seven countries in southern Africa (Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi ›››

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Dutch Caribbean islands press on with inventorying its living heritage

١٩ فبراير، ٢٠١٥ – كوراساو, أروبا, هولندا, سانت مارتن,

Having completed the first joint training on the implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage last September, representatives of the Dutch Caribbean (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten) are taking the next significant ›››

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