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.
The presentation of the project ‘Capacity-building in Niger for the implementation of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage’ will take place on March 9.
The National Cultural Heritage Institute of Angola (INPC), in cooperation with UNESCO, organizes a workshop on community-based inventorying of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
UNESCO and the European Commission join hands in promoting cultural routes for sustainable development
UNESCO and the European Commission are launching a project to develop cultural routes that would benefit from the power of World Heritage sites to attract tourists to promote other cultural assets.
- 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)