Deadline for the 2021 cycle nominations
The Secretariat intends to exercise leniency in treating the nominations under the 2021 cycle, given the exceptional circumstances related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
"Proceedings of the International Researchers Forum: Perspectives of Research for Intangible Cultural Heritage – towards a Sustainable Society" has been published
The proceedings contains the two day discussions and all the papers presented by the forum participants.
Call for Applications: Summer Course for Mongolian Literature, Culture, and Tradition
The Institute of Language and Literature of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences (ILL)1., in collaboration with International Association for Mongol Studies(IAMS), announces a call for applications for the Summer Course for Mongolian Folklore, Literature, Culture, and Tradition.
FACES OF LIVING HERITAGE: Freda Tawana
As National coordinator of intangible cultural heritage in the Ministry, Freda Tawana has been coordinating awareness-raising activities regarding the implementation of the 2003 Convention and community-based inventorying in the 13 political regions of the country.
Project report on “ICH’s contribution towards SDGs” project has been published online
The outcomes of the project that aims to contribute SDG4 (Quality education) by incorporating intangible cultural heritage (ICH) into formal and non-formal education from FY 2018 to FY 2019 can be downloaded from IRCI's website.
SDGs (Education) and ICH Project – Guidelines Published
The project report including overall evaluation of the 2-year project by IRCI can be downloaded from our website.
New dates for the eighth session of the General Assembly
The eighth session of the General Assembly of the States Parties to the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage have been modified in order to ensure a better functioning of the meeting.
Towards a decade of action for indigenous languagues: ‘I’ve spent my whole life promoting our cultural heritage, our indigenous languages’
Tarcila Rivera Zea is a Peruvian indigenous rights activist. Since a young age, she has defended the rights of indigenous peoples, and embraced and promoted her cultural heritage as well as her indigenous language.
- Capacity-Building workshop on Multinational Nomination of Intangible Cultural Heritage targeting Southeast Asian countries (2021.7.26-29)
- Capacity Building Workshop on ICH for Youth: First Workshop of the Three-Year Training Programme (2021.7.5-)
- Online Capacity-building Workshop on ICH Safeguarding for community youth leaders in Thailand (2020.12.1-22)
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