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Cambodia reorienting its methods of inventorying living heritage

6 March 2013 – Cambodia,

Great efforts are underway to reorient Cambodia’s methods of inventorying living heritage. Thanks to the global UNESCO Programme to build capacity for the implementation of the Convention, the Government is reinforcing its existing methods to document and inventory intangible cultural heritage. ›››

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Inscriptions in 2014: the deadline is approaching!

27 February 2013 –

Nominations for possible inscription in 2014 must be submitted before March 31, 2013. As this date falls on Sunday and April 1 is a public holiday at UNESCO Headquarters, Intangible Cultural Heritage Section will accept the files before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at the ›››

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Laying the groundwork for safeguarding intangible cultural heritage in Haiti

18 February 2013 – Haiti,

An expert mission travelled to Haiti from 18 to 24 February to conduct an initial needs assessment and plan future activities for a UNESCO-led capacity-building programme for the effective safeguarding of the country’s intangible cultural heritage. Organized with the support of the Intangible C ›››

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Waiting for your events! Don’t be left out!

4 February 2013 –

Ten years after the adoption of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage by the General Conference of UNESCO on 17th October 2003, the international community is celebrating, this year, the 10th anniversary of the Convention. A significant number ›››

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The challenges of capacity building in the Arab world

8 January 2013 – Qatar,

How can Arab States effectively implement the 2003 Convention at the national level? What can be done to promote regional cooperation in the Arab world and to strengthen the capacities of all concerned stakeholders? What are the best ways to raise people’s ›››

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Closing of the Seventh Session of the Committee

7 December 2012 –

Held in Paris from 3 to 7 December 2012, the seventh session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage has completed its work, with more than 800 participants including experts, practitioners and government officials. The sixteen new periodic reports from ›››

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