2003 Convention periodic reporting: online form adapted to the Overall Result Framework

The Secretariat has adapted the periodic report form on the implementation of the Convention and on the status of elements inscribed on the Representative List to the Overall Result Framework.
Please find below a preliminary online version of this new form. It is provided publicly exclusively for testing purposes.

A. GENERAL INFORMATION

Question A.1
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 

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Question A.2
CONTACT INFORMATION OF THE FOCAL POINT FOR THE PERIODIC REPORT

Question A.3
INSTITUTIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED IN THE PREPARATION OF THE PERIODIC REPORT

Question A.4
ACCREDITED NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

For information, please find below a list of accredited NGOs located in your country. You can find detailed information on each NGO, by clicking on the question mark symbol.

Question A.5
PARTICIPATION TO THE INTERNATIONAL MECHANISMS OF THE 2003 CONVENTION
Question A.5.1
Elements inscribed on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding

For information, please find below a list of elements inscribed on the List of Intangibe Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding. You can find detailed information on each element, by clicking on the question mark symbol (Periodic reporting on these elements is done under a separate set of guidelines using form ICH-11).

Question A.5.2
Elements inscribed on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity

For information, please find below a list of elements inscribed on the Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. You can find detailed information on each element, by clicking on the question mark symbol (the report on these elements will be made in section C of this form).

Question A.5.3
Programmes selected in the Register of Good Safeguarding Practices

For information, please find below a list of elements selected on the Register of Good Safeguarding Practices. You can find detailed information on each element, by clicking on the question mark symbol.

Question A.5.4
Projects financed through International assistance (ICH Fund)

For information, please find below a list of projects financed through the ICH fund in your country. You can find detailed information on each project, by clicking on the question mark symbol.

Question A.6
INVENTORIES
Please provide information on the inventory or inventories of the intangible cultural heritage present in your State’s territory, as referred to in Articles 11 and 12 of the Convention and paragraph 153 of the Operational Directives. The 'Add' tab allows you to add as many inventories as you wish to include. If no inventory has been established yet in your country, leave this section blank.

Question A.7
SYNERGIES WITH OTHER INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORKS
States Parties are invited to share examples of concrete activities developed within other international frameworks which contributed to the safeguarding of ICH:

B. Reporting against core indicators

The Section B of the form will allow you to report on your safeguarding activities and priorities according to the Overall Result Framework approved in 2018 by the General Assembly of States Parties to the 2003 Convention. Distributed in eight thematic areas, 26 core indicators have been established. To each of the indicators correspond assessment factors.

Each tab under Section B corresponds to one of the 26 indicators. The answers provided for each assessment factors determine the extent to which the indicator is satisfied. It constitutes your baseline and it is represented by a scale. You are invited to define a target for the next reporting exercise in six-year time and to explain how you intend to achieve this target, refering to the specific aspects and assessment factor(s) that the State may wish to address.

1. Extent to which competent bodies, institutions and consultative mechanims support the continued practice and transmission of ICH

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 1 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 1.1
Have one or more competent bodies for ICH safeguarding been designated or established?

Question 1.2
Do competent bodies for safeguarding specific ICH elements exist in your country? (whether or not inscribed on one of the Lists of the 2003 Convention)

Question 1.3
Do any consultative bodies or coordination mechanisms encourage and support broad and inclusive involvement of communities, groups and individuals in ICH safeguarding and management?

Question 1.4
Are institutions, organizations and/or initiatives for documenting ICH fostered and supported by the State?

Question 1.5
Which of the following institutions contribute towards ICH safeguarding and management?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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2. Extent to which programmes support the strengthening of human capacities to promote safeguarding and management of ICH

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 2 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 2.1
Do tertiary education institutions offer curricula and degrees in ICH safeguarding and management, on an inclusive basis?

Question 2.2
Do governmental institutions, centres and other bodies provide training in ICH safeguarding and management on an inclusive basis?

Question 2.3
Do community-based or NGO-based initiatives provide training in ICH safeguarding and management, on an inclusive basis?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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3. Extent to which training is operated by or addressed to communities, groups and individuals, as well as to those working in the fields of culture and heritage

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 3 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 3.1
Do training programmes provide capacity building in ICH addressed to communities, groups and individuals?

Question 3.2
Do training programmes provide capacity building in ICH addressed on an inclusive basis to those working in the fields of culture and heritage?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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4. Extent to which both formal and non-formal education strengthen the transmission of ICH and promote respect for ICH

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 4 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish


In your country, is ICH transmitted through or used as a medium of teaching and learning in the following:

Question 4.1
Are practitioners and bearers involved in designing and developing ICH education programmes and/or are actively presenting and transmitting their heritage?

Question 4.2
Are modes and methods of transmitting ICH that are recognized by communities, groups and individuals, included or strengthened in formal and non-formal educational programmes?

Question 4.3
Do communities, groups, NGOs or heritage institutions offer educational programmes and/or extra-curricular activities concerning ICH and strengthening its transmission, and do they receive any support?

Question 4.4
Do teacher training programmes and programmes for training providers of non-formal education include methods for integrating ICH and its safeguarding into education?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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5. Extent to which ICH and its safeguarding are integrated into primary and secondary education, included in the content of relevant disciplines, and used to strengthen teaching and learning about and with ICH and respect for one’s own and others’ ICH

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 5 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 5.1
How is ICH included in the content of relevant disciplines? (you may check several)

Question 5.2
Do school students learn to respect and reflect on the ICH of their own community or group through educational programmes and curricula?

Question 5.3
The diversity of learners’ ICH is reflected through educational curriculum via:

Question 5.4
Do educational programmes teach about the protection of natural and cultural spaces and places of memory whose existence is necessary for expressing ICH?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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6. Extent to which post-secondary education supports the practice and transmission of ICH as well as study of its social, cultural and other dimensions

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 6 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 6.1
Do post-secondary education institutions offer curricula and degrees that strengthen the practice and transmission of ICH, in the following fields?

Question 6.2
Do post-secondary education institutions offer curricula and degrees for the study of ICH and its social, cultural and other dimensions?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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7. Extent to which inventories contribute to safeguarding of ICH and reflect its diversity

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 7 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 7.1.a
To what extent are the inventories identified in section A.6
oriented towards safeguarding of ICH?

Question 7.1.b
To what extent do these inventories reflect the diversity of ICH present in your territory?

Question 7.2
Do specialized inventories and/or inventories of various scopes also contribute to the safeguarding of ICH and reflect its diversity?

Question 7.3
To what extent are existing inventories regularly updated, taking into account the current viability of the elements included therein?

Question 7.4.a
To what extent is access to ICH inventories facilitated, while respecting customary practices governing access to specific elements of ICH?

Question 7.4.b
To what extent are ICH inventories utilized to strengthen safeguarding?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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8. Extent to which the inventorying process is inclusive, respects the diversity of ICH and its practitioners, and supports safeguarding by communities, groups and individuals concerned

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 8 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 8.1
To what extent do communities, groups and relevant NGOs participate inclusively in inventorying, thus informing and strengthening their safeguarding efforts?

Question 8.2
To what extent does the inventorying process in your country respect the diversity of ICH and its practitioners, including the practices and expressions of all sectors of society, all genders and all regions?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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9. Extent to which research and documentation, including scientific, technical and artistic studies, contribute to safeguarding

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 9 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 9.1
Are there any financial or other forms of support oriented towards safeguarding in one or more of the fields below? (please only include those in conformity with the Ethical Principles):

Question 9.2
Is research on approaches towards, and the impacts of, safeguarding ICH in general and of specific elements (whether or not inscribed) encouraged and/or supported?

Question 9.3
Do ICH practitioners and bearers participate in the management, implementation and dissemination of research findings and scientific, technical and artistic studies, and with their free, prior, sustained and informed consent?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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10. Extent to which research findings and documentation are accessible and are utilized to strengthen policy making and improve safeguarding

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 10 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 10.1
Are documentation and research findings made accessible to communities, groups and individuals, while respecting customary practices governing access to specific aspects of ICH?

Question 10.2
Are the results of research, documentation, and scientific, technical and artistic studies on ICH utilized to strengthen policy-making across different sectors?

Question 10.3
Are the results of research, documentation, and scientific, technical and artistic studies on ICH utilized to improve safeguarding?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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11. Extent to which policies as well as legal and administrative measures in the field of culture reflect the diversity of ICH and the importance of its safeguarding and are implemented

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 11 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 11.1
Have cultural policies and/or legal and administrative measures been established (or revised) and implemented that incorporate ICH and its safeguarding and reflect its diversity?

Question 11.2
Have national or sub-national strategies and/or action plans for ICH safeguarding been established (or revised) and implemented?

Question 11.3
Is public financial and/or technical support for the safeguarding of ICH elements (whether or not inscribed on the Lists of the 2003 Convention) provided on an equitable basis in relation to the support given to culture and heritage as a whole?

Question 11.4
Are cultural policies and/or legal and administrative measures that incorporate ICH and its safeguarding informed by the active participation of communities, groups and individuals?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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12. Extent to which policies as well as legal and administrative measures in the field of education reflect the diversity of ICH and the importance of its safeguarding, and are implemented

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 12 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 12.1
Have policies and/or legal and administrative measures for education been established (or revised) and implemented to ensure recognition of, respect for and enhancement of intangible cultural heritage?

Question 12.2
Have policies and/or legal and administrative measures for education been established (or revised) and implemented to strengthen transmission and practice of ICH?

Question 12.3
Have policies and/or legal and administrative measures for education been established (or revised) and implemented that promote mother tongue instruction and multilingual education?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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13. Extent to which policies as well as legal and administrative measures in the fields other than culture and education that reflect the diversity of ICH and the importance of its safeguarding, and are implemented

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 13 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 13.1
Are the Ethical Principles for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage respected in development plans, policies and programmes?

Question 13.2
Have policies or legal and administrative measures for inclusive social development and environmental sustainability been established or revised to give consideration to ICH and its safeguarding?

Question 13.3
Have policies and/or legal and administrative measures that respond to situations of natural disaster or armed conflict been established or revised to include the ICH affected and recognize its importance for the resilience of the affected populations?

Question 13.4
Have policies and/or legal and administrative measures for inclusive economic development been established that consider ICH and its safeguarding?

Question 13.5
Have favourable financial or fiscal measures or incentives been established or revised to facilitate and/or encourage the practice and transmission of ICH?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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14. Extent to which policies as well as legal and administrative measures respect customary rights, practices and expressions, particularly as regards the practice and transmission of ICH

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 14 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 14.1
Are forms of legal protection, such as intellectual property rights and privacy rights, available to communities, groups and individuals when their ICH is exploited by others for commercial or other purposes?

Question 14.2
Do policies and/or legal and administrative measures recognize the importance of protecting the customary rights of communities and groups to land, sea and forest ecosystems necessary for the practice and transmission of ICH?

Question 14.3
Do policies and/or legal and administrative measures recognize expressions, practices and representations of intangible cultural heritage that contribute to peaceful conflict prevention and resolution?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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15. Extent to which the importance of ICH and its safeguarding in society is recognized, both by the communities, groups and individuals concerned and by the society at large

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 15 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 15.1
Do communities, groups and individuals use their ICH for well-being, including in the context of sustainable development programmes?

Question 15.2
Do communities, groups and individuals use their ICH for dialogue promoting mutual respect, conflict resolution and peace-building?

Question 15.3
Do development interventions recognize the importance of ICH in society?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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16. Extent to which the importance of safeguarding ICH is recognized through inclusive plans and programmes that foster self-respect and mutual respect.

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 16 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 16.1
Are ICH safeguarding plans and programmes inclusive of all sectors and strata of society, including:

Question 16.2
Do safeguarding plans and programmes for ICH in general and/or for specific elements of ICH (whether or not inscribed on the Lists of the 2003 Convention) foster self-respect within and mutual respect between communities, groups and individuals?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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17. Extent to which communities, groups and individuals participate widely in raising awareness about the importance of ICH and its safeguarding

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 17 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 17.1
Do awareness-raising actions reflect the widest possible and inclusive participation of the concerned communities, groups and individuals?

Question 17.2
Do awareness-raising activities concerning specific elements of intangible cultural heritage secure free, prior, sustained and informed consent of the concerned communities, groups and individuals?

Question 17.3
Are there mechanisms in place that duly protect the rights of communities, groups and individuals, and their moral and material interests during awareness raising activities about their ICH?

Question 17.4
Are there mechanisms in place that facilitate the active engagement of youth in awareness-raising activities?

Question 17.5
Do communities, groups and individuals use information and communication technologies or any other form of media, in particular new media, for raising awareness of the importance of ICH and its safeguarding?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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18. Extent to which media are involved in raising awareness about the importance of ICH and its safeguarding and in promoting understanding and mutual respect

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 18 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 18.1
Does media coverage:

Question 18.2
Do various ICH stakeholders and media organizations jointly establish and implement specific cooperation activities or programmes concerning ICH, including capacity-building activities?

Question 18.3
Media programming on ICH:

Question 18.4
Is media coverage of intangible cultural heritage and its safeguarding in line with the concepts and terminology of the Convention?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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19. Extent to which public information measures raise awareness about the importance of ICH and its safeguarding and promote understanding and mutual respect.

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 19 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 19.1
Do policies and programmes publicly acknowledge the practitioners and bearers of ICH on an inclusive basis?

Question 19.2
Are public events organized that concern ICH, its importance and safeguarding, as well as the Convention?

Question 19.3
Are programmes for promotion and dissemination of good safeguarding practices encouraged and supported?

Question 19.4
Does public information on ICH promote mutual respect and appreciation within and between communities and groups?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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20. Extent to which programmes raising awareness of ICH respect the relevant ethical principles

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 20 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 20.1
Are the Ethical Principles for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage respected in awareness-raising activities?

Question 20.2
Are ethical principles, as embodied in relevant professional codes or standards, respected in awareness-raising activities?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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21. Extent to which engagement for safeguarding ICH is enhanced among stakeholders

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 21 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 21.1
Do communities, groups and individuals participate on an inclusive basis, and to the widest possible extent, in the safeguarding of ICH in general or specific elements, (whether or not inscribed on the Lists of the 2003 Convention)?

Question 21.2
Do NGOs and other civil society actors participate in the safeguarding of ICH in general and of specific elements of ICH (whether or not inscribed)?

Question 21.3
Do private sector entities participate in the safeguarding of ICH, and of specific elements of ICH (whether or not inscribed), while respecting the Ethical Principles of Safeguarding of ICH?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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22. Extent to which civil society contributes to monitoring of ICH safeguarding

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 22 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 22.1
Does an enabling environment exist for communities, groups and individuals to monitor and undertake scientific, technical and artistic studies on ICH safeguarding programmes and measures?

Question 22.2
Does an enabling environment exist for NGOs and other civil society bodies to monitor and undertake scientific, technical and artistic studies on ICH safeguarding programmes and measures?

Question 22.3
Does an enabling environment exist for scholars, experts, research institutions and centres of expertise to monitor and undertake scientific, technical and artistic studies on ICH safeguarding programmes and measures?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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23. Number and geographic distribution of NGOs, public and private bodies, and private persons involved by the Committee in an advisory or consultative capacity (this indicator is monitored and reported by the Secretariat at the global level)

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 23 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

24. Percentage of States Parties actively engaged with other States Parties in cooperation for safeguarding

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 24 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 24.1
Is there cooperation to implement safeguarding measures for ICH in general at:

Question 24.2
Is there cooperation to implement safeguarding measures for specific elements of ICH, in particular those in danger, those present in the territories of more than one State, and cross-border elements at:

Question 24.3
Are information and experience about ICH and its safeguarding, including good safeguarding practices, exchanged with other States Parties?

Question 24.4
Have you ever shared documentation concerning an element of ICH present on the territory of another State Party with it?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

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25. Percentage of States Parties actively engaged in international networking and institutional cooperation

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 25 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

Question 25.1
Do you participate in the activities of any category 2 centres for ICH?

Question 25.2
Is international networking among communities, groups and individuals, NGOs, experts, centres of expertise and research institutes that are active in the field of ICH encouraged and supported?

Question 25.3
Do you participate in ICH-related activities of international and regional bodies other than UNESCO?

Baseline and target

The first scale below automatically indicates the extent to which this indicator is met based on the information provided above. It constitutes a baseline for future reporting.
The second scale allows you, on a voluntary basis, to define a target for the next reporting exercise, in six-year time, and a text box allows you to explain how you intend to achieve this target.

Extent to which current indicator is met:
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Target for the next report:
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26. ICH Fund effectively supports safeguarding and international engagement (this indicator is monitored and reported by the Secretariat at a global level)

Guidance note corresponding to indicator 26 of the Overall Result Framework: English|French|Spanish

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C. Status of elements inscribed on the Representative List

Please complete all points below for each element of intangible cultural heritage present in the State's territory that has been inscribed on the Representative List. Refer to the nomination file as the basis for reporting on the current status of the element and report only on relevant changes since the date of inscription on the List or since the last report. Nomination files and earlier reports are available at https://ich.unesco.org or on request at the Secretariat.

The State Party shall pay special attention to the role of gender and shall endeavour to ensure the widest possible participation of the communities, groups and, where applicable, individuals concerned as well as relevant non-governmental organizations during the process of preparation of each report, and is asked in point C.7 below to describe how it has done so.

Question C.1
C.1. Social and cultural functions

Explain the social and cultural functions and meanings of the element today, within and for its community, the characteristics of the bearers and practitioners, and any specific roles or categories of persons with special responsibilities towards the element, among others. Attention should be given to any relevant changes related to inscription criterion R.1 (‘the element constitutes intangible cultural heritage as defined in Article 2 of the Convention').

 

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Question C.2
C.2. Assessment of its viability and current risks

Describe the current level of viability of the element, particularly the frequency and extent of its practice, the strength of traditional modes of transmission, the demographics of practitioners and audiences and its sustainability. Please also identify and describe the threats, if any, to the element's continued transmission and enactment and describe the severity and immediacy of such threats.

 

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Question C.3
C.3. Contribution to the goals of the List

Describe how the inscription of the element has contributed to ensuring visibility of the intangible cultural heritage and raising awareness at the local, national and international levels of its importance. Explain how its inscription has contributed to promoting respect for cultural diversity and human creativity, and mutual respect among communities, groups and individuals.

 

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Question C.4
C.4. Efforts to promote or reinforce the element

Describe the measures that have been implemented to promote and reinforce the element, particularly detailing any measures that might have been necessary as a consequence of its inscription.

 

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Question C.5
C.5. Community participation

Describe the participation of communities, groups and individuals as well as relevant non-governmental organizations in safeguarding the element and their commitment to its further safeguarding.

 

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Question C.6
C.6. Institutional context

Report on the institutional context for the element inscribed on the Representative List, including:

  1. the competent body(ies) involved in its management and/or safeguarding;
  2. the organization(s) of the community or group concerned with the element and its safeguarding.

 

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Question C.7
C.7. Participation of communities in preparing this report

Describe the measures taken to ensure the widest possible participation of the communities, groups and, where applicable, individuals concerned as well as relevant non-governmental organizations during the process of preparation of this report.

 

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Question D
SIGNATURE ON BEHALF OF THE STATE
The report should conclude with the original signature of the official empowered to sign it on behalf of the State, together with his or her name, title and the date of submission.

You have to attach the signed version of the report in PDF version. You may also attach the periodic report in other linguistic versions, when the national language(s) is (are) not English nor French.

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