How can universities integrate intangible cultural heritage in their programmes? How we get young people interested in this topic? These were some of the questions addressed at a roundtable organized on 5 December, as a side event to the 12th session of ›››
Jeju (República de Corea), 3 de diciembre— El Comité intergubernamental de salvaguardia del patrimonio cultural inmaterial inauguró hoy en la isla de Jeju su 12ª reunión anual en una ceremonia que incluyó una muestra de artes escénicas tradicionales coreanas, como el arirang.
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The twelfth session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage is about to start in Jeju Island, Republic of Korea, with the opening ceremony planned for on 3 December. More than 700 delegates have already registered online.
From 13 to 19 September 2017, a series of consultations were held in Goma (Democratic Republic of the Congo) with local stakeholders, in the framework of the community-based needs identification project for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage in North Kivu.
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UNESCO recognizes the important role that tertiary education institutions play in training future decision-makers, planners and administrators to work in the field of safeguarding intangible cultural heritage. For this reason, following a Regional Symposium in Asia-Pacific in 2015 on integrating intangible cultural ›››
Intangible cultural heritage and disaster risk management are mutually beneficial; this is the finding made by a desk study (inglés) recently commissioned by UNESCO. The purpose of the study was to take stock of the current state of knowledge regarding the ›››
The documents of the twelfth session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage can now be consulted online at: https://ich.unesco.org/en/12com. The documents are available in the two working languages of the ›››
On September 5, Suriname became the 175th State to join the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage bringing the convention close to attaining universal ratification. This important step has been reached following an increased number of ratifications over the ›››
In July 2015, the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage approved a grant of US$24,990 for the project “Safeguarding and promotion of Bigwala gourd trumpet music and dance of Busoga Kingdom in Uganda” from the Int ›››
A series of training workshops on safeguarding intangible cultural heritage (ICH) finished recently in Amman, Jordan. Following capacity building workshops on the implementation of the 2003 Convention in 2016, the UNESCO Amman office and the Ministry of Culture facilitated “Community-based inventorying of intangible c ›››