d Rapporteur Chairperson: H.E. Mr Mohammed Bedjaoui (Algeria) Vice-Chairs: Brazil, Ethiopia, India and Romania Rapporteur: H.E. Mr Faruk Loğoğlu (Turkey) Vice-Chair H.E. Mr Luiz Filipe de Macedo Soares (Brazil) chaired this session. Speeches Mr. Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO (in English) Oral report Oral report of the Rap......6 June 2014>
African Republic, China, Estonia, France, Gabon, Hungary, India, Japan, Mali, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Romania, Senegal, Syrian Arab Republic, Türkiye, United Arab Emirates and Viet Nam Members of the Bureau of the second extraordinary session of the Committee Chairperson: H.E. Ms Irina Bokova (Bulgaria) Vice-Chairs: India, Mexico, Turkey and Uni......26 June 2018>
olk art schools. Bilateral, sub-regional, regional and international cooperation take the form of bilateral links with Romania, Slovakia and Poland (with the last two through the Tanchaz Method of transmission, selected in 2011 for the Register of Best Safeguarding Practices). The ETNOFOLK 2011-2014 project (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Aust...
national nomination 25 Bulgaria; The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Republic of Moldova; RomaniaRLCultural practices associated to the first of March (01093)(ii) multinational nomination 26 Cambodia; Philippines; Republic of Korea; Viet NamRLTugging rituals and games in Cambodia, the Philippines, the Republic of K...See the files under process for 2016 cycle...9 February 2022>
a Moldova / Association du Théâtre Folklorique de Roumanie et de la République de Moldavie Romania NGO-90046 جمعية لقاءات للتربية والثقافات / Association......26 June 2018>
tbread making and sharing culture: Lavash, Katryma, Jupka, Yufka (01181)(ii) multinational nomination 31 Romania; Republic of MoldovaRLTraditional wall-carpet craftsmanship in Romania and the Republic of Moldova (01167)(ii) multinational nomination 32 Slovakia; Czech RepublicRLSlovak and Czech puppetry (01202)(ii) multinational nominati...See the files under process for 2016 cycle...9 February 2022>
e Takes note that Bulgaria, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of Moldova and Romania have nominated Cultural practices associated to the 1st of March (No. 01287) for inscription on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: Cultural Practices Associated to the 1st of March comprise traditions t...9 December 2017>
-regional, regional and international cooperation, discussions have been held with Belarus, Lithuania, Poland and Romania, over common intangible cultural heritage elements in order to develop general and interdisciplinary approaches. Joint events (seminars, conferences) for the study and promotion of Ukrainian intangible cultural heritage elements...
The Committee, Having examined Document ITH/08/3.COM/CONF.203/9; Recalling Article 9 of the Convention and Chapter 3.2.2 of the Operational Directives; Further recalling Resolution 2.GA 6; Decides that the following organizations satisfy the criteria set out in the above-mentioned Directives and recommends to the General Assembly that they be acc...8 November 2008>
instrument (01286)(ii) multinational nomination32Bulgaria; The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Republic of Moldova; RomaniaRLCultural practices associated to the 1st of March (01287)(ii) multinational nomination33The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; TurkeyRLSpring celebration, Hıdrellez (01284)(ii) multination...See the files under process for 2017 cycle...9 February 2022>