The Nairamdal Camp in Ulaanbaatar is all set to host a five-day training workshop on developing safeguarding plans for intangible cultural heritage from 23-27 May 2016.
Dutch Caribbean Islands and Suriname team up for innovative workshop on the elaboration of safeguarding plans
Over twenty participants representing seven countries will gather in Curaçao from 17 to 20 May 2016 for a workshop on developing plans to safeguard their intangible cultural heritage.
A dynamic five-country project has strengthened capacities to safeguard intangible cultural heritage in Portuguese-speaking Africa.
Participants representing Afro-Surinamese, Javanese, Maroons, Chinese, Jewish, Hindustani and Indigenous communities are joining forces to develop a framework for inventorying their living heritage.
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is taking active steps in building institutional capacities for safeguarding its living heritage.
The Ministry of Culture and Heritage is organizing a set of three workshops on the formulation of public policy tools for safeguarding ICH in Loja, Riobamba and Portoviejo.
On 7 March 2016, Guinea Bissau submitted the instrument of acceptance of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Minister of Culture Luo Shugang stressed tightening of strategy to boost the country’s cultural sectors.
- Training of Trainers Workshop on Intangible Cultural Heritage for Facilitators from the Asia-Pacific Region (2018.7.2-6)
- Capacity Building Workshop on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Community Resilience (2018.4.23-27)
- Workshop on Capacity Building for the Active Youth of the Kyrgyz Republic on Safeguarding ICH (2018.4.7)