Main areas of work related to the Convention:
1. Safeguarding and Transmission for Future Generations
2. Research ICH and Sustainable Cultural Tourism Development
3. Training and Community Capacity Building
4. Documentation and Publication
1. Researching the conservation, transmission and transmission of ICH for future generations in Indonesia
2. Documentation and publication in the domain of intangible as well as tangible culture heritage especially in the area of vernacular architectural heritage
3. Improve the quality of human resources in communities in the role of ICH transmisison and revitalization
4. Developing community entrepreneurship in linking ICH and sustainable culture tourism.
5. As a non-profit foundation, Stuppa Indonesia encourages colaboration and partnership among the stakeholders in ICH including local communities, private sector, relevant government agencies and academics.
6. Stuppa Indonesia has always sought to colaborate with relevant international organizations including UNESCO,ICHCAP, Getty Conservation Institute, Vatican Museum (Rome), and the World Bank.
7. To dissiminate information related to intangible and tangible cultural heritage in Indonesia, Stuppa Indonesia has established Stuppadata which functions as a resource base open for membership to national and international researchers. Stuppadata currently has more than 2,000 members.