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211 elements of the Malian intangible cultural heritage inventoried for their urgent safeguarding2017-07-06

After three years of intense participatory surveys conducted across the country, Mali has initiated a dynamic programme to revitalize the intangible cultural heritage (ICH) affected by the crisis since 2012.

Reinforcing capacities to safeguard intangible cultural heritage in Nigeria2017-07-03

A capacity-building workshop on preparing nominations to the Lists of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage was held from 26 June to 30 June in Abuja, Nigeria.

New momentum to enhance ICH safeguarding capacities in Central Asia2017-06-20

From 19 to 23 June 2017, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) is hosting a ‘sub-regional training workshop for facilitators for Central Asia’.

Community-based inventorying to safeguard intangible cultural heritage in western Guatemala2017-06-19

The capacity-building project to safeguard Guatemala’s intangible cultural heritage (ICH) continued with a training workshop on community-based inventorying that took place in Guatemala City and in Santa Apolonia from 5 to 11 June.

Steady progress towards an overall results framework for the Convention2017-06-12

The three day meeting is taking place in Chengdu (from 11 to 13 June 2017) with the main goal of reaching consensus on a set of indicators capable of effectively measuring the outputs, outcomes and impacts achieved by the Convention.

Safeguarding female chants in Morocco and inventorying intangible cultural heritage in Cuba2017-06-12

International Assistance has been granted from the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund to help bolster crucial intangible cultural heritage (ICH) safeguarding and inventorying efforts in two countries.

Safeguarding Indigenous Architecture in Vanuatu2017-05-30

“Safeguarding Indigenous Architecture in Vanuatu” is the final report on the research carried out by the Vanuatu Culture Centre (VCC), as part of a Post-Disaster Needs Assessment following Tropical Cyclone Pam in March 2015.

Capacity building in Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia continues to thrive!2017-05-15

The ambitious capacity-building project for safeguarding intangible cultural heritage in Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia, which started in 2013, has now launched its second phase of implementation.

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