Patronage request

The activities below have received the patronage of the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The reports received by the Secretariat of the Convention on these activities are sometimes accompanied by additional information (press releases, etc..), which can be requested from Secretariat at ICH-Emblem@unesco.org.

ActivityDescription
19th World Folklore Review ‘Integration 2019’
09/08/2019 - 19/08/2019Poznań, Swarzędz, Domasławek, Września, Wronki, Leszno, Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Luboń, Nowy Tomyśl
Contact:
Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno- Sportowe ‘Integracje’ (Poland)

World Folk Review INTEGRATION is an international festival organized in Poznań since 2001. The mission purpose of the project is promoting culture the people of diferent nationalities, ethnics and national minorities. Every year the festival are visited by ensembles from all over the world. The nineteenh edition of the festival will be attended by ensembles from 5 different gropus from foreign countries and two groups from Poland.

 
18th World Folklore Review ‘Integration’ 2018
10/08/2018 - 20/08/2018Poznań, Swarzędz, Wronki, Września, Leszno Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Luboń, Nowy Tomyśl
Contact:
Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno-Sportowe ‘Integracje’ (Poland)

The mission purpose of the project is promotion culture the people of different nationalities, ethnic and national minorities. The eighteenth edition of the festival will be attend by ensembles from Panama, Canada, Croatia, Spain, Ukraine and Poland. The organizers are focused on direct contact with the audience, so in addition to the concerts, in the programme may be found: parades in all cities, dance workshops of folk culture for children and youth, International Traditional Sports Tournament, dance classes and games, etc.
World Folk Review Integration does not have a competition character.


Patronage report : English/Polish 
17th World Folklore Review ‘Integration’ 2017
12/08/2017 - 21/09/2017Poznań, Swarzędz, Wronki, Września, Leszno, Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Kostrzyn, Luboń, Nowy Tomyśl
Contact:
Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno-Sportowe ‘Integracje’ (Poland)
Małgorzata Maćkowiak

World Folk Review ‘Integration’ is an international festival organized in Poznan since 2001. The mission purpose of the project is promoting culture of different nationalities, ethnic and national minorities.


Patronage report : English 
Exhibition ‘Treasures of European Traditional Culture (Skarby europejskiej kultury tradycyjnej)
02/09/2016 - 26/02/2017Wrocław
Contact:
Muzeum Etnograficzne, Wrocław (Poland)

The aim of the exhibition is to present a variety of phenomena concerning intangible cultural heritage, representing 28 European countries and those included on the UNESCO World Heritage List and the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding. An integral part of the exhibition will be a presentation of phenomena included on the Polish National List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, which was created following its ratification in 2011 of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. The national list is consecutively being completed with more inscriptions.

 
16th World Folklore Review ‘Integration’ 2016
13/08/2016 - 22/08/2016Poznań, Swarzędz, Wronki, Wągrowiec, Leszno, Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Luboń
Contact:
Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno-Sportowe ‘Integracje’ (Poland)
Małgorzata Maćkowiak

World Folk Review INTEGRATION is an international festival that has been organized in Poznań (Poland) since 2001. The purpose of the project is to promote the cultures of different nationalities, ethnic and national minorities. In 2016, we have once again increased the number of festival cities where concerts will be held; besides Poznań, they will include Wągrowiec, Kostrzyń, Swarzędz, Wronki, Leszno, Luboń and Grodzisk Wielkopolski.
The sixteenth edition of the festival will be attended by ensembles from Ireland, Czechia, Romania, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey and of course Poland. The overall concept of the festival derives from the assumption that folklore is an integral part of our identity, in opposition to its perception as an exclusive product. Events are available to all spectators of all ages, enabling them to directly experience the proposed aspects of folklore.
World Folk Review INTEGRATION does not have a competitive character. It should be noted that the festival is a non-profit activity and could not be implemented without the involvement of young members of the Folk Dance Group Poznan AWF.

 
International Festival ‘World Folk Review INTEGRATION’
08/08/2015 - 17/08/2015Poznań, Poland
Contact:
Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno-Sportowe ‘Integracje’ (Poland)
Małgorzata Maćkowiak

World Folk Review INTEGRATION is an international festival organized in Poznań (Poland) since 2001. The mission purpose of the project is promoting culture of different nationalities, ethnic and national minorities. In 2015, we increased the number of festival cities where concerts will be held, so besides the Poznań, the participating ensembles will be performing in Pobiedziska, Kostrzyń, Swarzędz, Wronki, Leszno and Grodzisk Wielkopolski.
The overall concept of the festival comes from the assumption that folklore is an integral part of our identity, and opposed to the perception of folklore as an exclusive product, inaccessible to people outside the exclusive group of dancers and supporters. Events are available to all spectators of all ages enabling the direct experience of the proposed aspects of folklore. Participation in all festival events is free. World Folk Review INTEGRATION does not have a competition character. Till year 2015 we visited: Leszno, Wągrowiec, Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Słupia, Konin, Wronki, Pobiedziska and Poznań.
lt should be noted that the festival is a non-profit and its implementation would not be possible without the involvement of young people, members of the Folk Dance Group Poznań AWF, whose as volunteers donate their time combining work with a passion for dance.

 
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