Expanded interest in safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage is strongly demonstrated by the new files received from forty four States Parties for the cycle that began on 31 March 2012 and will end in November 2013.
Among the submitting States, eleven have never before ›››
What is intangible cultural heritage? What are the links with national sustainable development strategies? How can it be identified? Why and how should it be safeguarded? Who are the key players?
These are just a few of the questions to be ›››
The network of 65 trainers set up by UNESCO since 2011 to promote the implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage and strengthen national capacities for its implementation is enhanced with a new training institution: School of African Heritage (EP ›››
How does identification and inventorying of intangible cultural heritage work with the widest possible involvement of communities? This critical question is being explored by country teams from Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon in a workshop taking place at UNESCO from 23 to 25 March ›››
Good news for communities in Asia and the Pacific who wish to keep their intangible heritage alive! UNESCO, with the generous support of Japan, will be working hand in hand with governments, civil societies and communities to ensure that safeguarding efforts ›››
This week concludes the training of the main Guatemalan actors related to ICH: national and municipal officials, as well as bearers and representatives of civil society. From April 25 to 27, the last of six training workshops will be held in Guatemala City ›››
“Heritage it is an inherent part of our identity. It is a way to understand each other better” mentioned Victoria Kelly, one of the participants to the European Young Heritage Professionals Forum that gathered young practitioners with a background in both tan ›››