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  • Call for Papers: 2022 Living Heritage Series

    2022-06-24

    The International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (ICHCAP) and International Centre for Water Security and Sustainable Management (i-WSSM) are pleased to invite you to be a tentative author of the 2022 Living Heritage Series, (tentatively) Water: Interconnectivity between the Intangible Cultural Heritage and Science, from 23 March to 11 June 2022.

  • 2022 ICH Associate Expert Program Open Call for Application

    2022-06-24

    The International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (ICHCAP) welcomes applications for the 2022 ICH Associate Expert Program. The key objective of this program is to support a person who wants to become a professional in the ICH field through internship and research in ICH safeguarding.

  • ICHCAP and BIPA Signed MoU for the Development of Digital Cultural Heritage Content of ASEAN

    2022-06-24

    On 19 April, International Information and Networking Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Asia-Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (hereinafter referred to as “ICHCAP”) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Busan IT Industry Promotion Agency (hereinafter referred to as “BIPA”) to cooperate in digital cultural heritage content sector by linking up the ‘ichLinks’ with ‘ASEAN·ROK ICT Convergence Village’ project.

  • Call for Articles: 2023 Living Heritage Series

    2022-06-24

    At 16.COM in Paris, the #HeritageAlive Editorial Board chose “Storytelling” as the topic for the next book in the Living Heritage Series. The new book will be published collaborated with ICHCAP and will be ready by the end of 2023 to be presented at 18.COM.

  • An Online Course on Bringing Living Heritage to the Classroom in Asia-Pacific

    2022-06-24

    ICHCAP, UNESCO, and Category 2 Center APCEIU collaborated and developed an online course on “Bringing Living Heritage to the Classroom in Asia-Pacific”. We invite you to join the online course that will launch on 22 April 2022 (14:00-15:30 UCT+7).

  • Young practitioners in Toba, Indonesia, lead the post-pandemic recovery

    2022-06-23

    The pilot project Recovery of living heritage from the COVID-19 pandemic: Ulos weavers and Gorga sculptors in the Toba region in Indonesia. This, is one of the eight pilot projects that are currently implementing the recommendations for post-pandemic recovery, presented in the UNESCO report “Living Heritage in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic”.

  • Community-based needs identification underway for living heritage among displaced communities from Ukraine

    2022-06-22

    In cooperation with national partners, UNESCO launched a community-based needs identification for living heritage among communities, groups and individuals from Ukraine displaced in five neighbouring countries: Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Slovakia.

  • Countries of Central America and the Caribbean come together to safeguard their Afro-descendant living heritage

    2022-06-22

    Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, and the Dominican Republic, all States Parties to the 2003 Convention, are the eight member States of the Central American Integration System(SICA). Together with Cuba, they have agreed during a recent meeting of the Council of Ministers of Culture and Education of the SICA Educational and Cultural Coordination (CECC/SICA) to implement a safeguarding strategy for the cultural heritage of Afro-descendant communities.

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