World Heritage Centre http://whc.unesco.org?cid=305&year_start=1980&year_end=1980&action=list&searchDecisions=&index=21&maxrows=20&mode=rss World Heritage Centre - Committee Decisions 90 en Copyright 2019 UNESCO, World Heritage Centre Wed, 21 Aug 2019 09:20:52 EST UNESCO, World Heritage Centre - Decisions http://whc.unesco.org/document/logowhc.jpg http://whc.unesco.org 4 COM V.11 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda: Nominations the World Heritage List The Committee discussed one by one those nominations which had been recommended by the Bureau for inscription on the List, those which had been recommended by the Bureau not to be entered on the List and nominations which raised a problem of application of the criteria, and were hence recommended by the Bureau to be deferred. In each case the Committee heard, as appropriate, the comments of the representatives of IUCN and/or ICOMOS who presented an evaluation of each property in question in relation to the criteria. The representatives of IUCN and ICOMOS were invited when appro- priate and to the extent that it was feasible to consider the nominations in a comparative context.

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4 COM V.13 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda:Nominations the World Heritage List The Committee also decided to extend the protected site of Ohrid Lake to include the cultural and historical area. This site will carry the name "Ohrid region with its cultural and historical aspects and its natural environment".

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4 COM V.15 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda:Nominations the World Heritage List (not inscribed sites) The Committee furthermore decided not to inscribe the following ten sites on the World Heritage List :

No. / Name of property / State Party

104 / Church of Orosi / Costa Rica

105 / National Monument at San Jose / Costa Rica

108 / National Theatre / Costa Rica

110 / Church of Nicoya / Costa Rica

123 / Kainji Lake National Park / Nigeria

56 / Valley of Heidal / Norway

57 / Kjerringøy Trading Centre / Norway

60 / Eidsvoll Building / Norway

141 / Archaeological ruins at Harappa / Pakistan

77 / Edison National Historic Site / United States of America

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4 COM V.16 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda:Nominations to the World Heritage List (the Old City of Jerusalem and its walls) 16. After a discussion concerning the nomination presented by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan regarding "the Old City of Jerusalem and its walls", the following motion was adopted by consensus :

"The World Heritage Committee, at its fourth session, took into consideration the nomination presented by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan concerning "the Old City of Jerusalem and its walls" in all its cultural and human aspects.

The Committee was in full agreement in appreciating their unique importance in view of the universal values they represent from the religious, historical, architectural and artistic points of view.

The Committee decided to open the established procedure for the examination of this proposal for the inscription of "the Old City of Jerusalem and its walls" on the World Heritage List".

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4 COM V.12 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda: Nominations the World Heritage List (inscribed sites) The Committee decided to enter in the world Heritage List the following 28 sites:

No.

Name of property

State Party

102

Qalaa of Beni Hammad

Algeria

124 Historic Town of Ouro Prêto Brazil
133 Burgess Shale Site Canada
79 Paphos Cyprus
10 Lower Valley of the Awash Ethiopia
12 Tiya Ethiopia
5 Aksum Ethiopia
17 Lower Valley of the Omo Ethiopia
35 Ashante Traditional Buildings

Ghana

129        Maya Site of Copan Honduras
91 Historic Centre of Rome Italy
 

The representative from Italy agreed to communicate to his Government the
Committee's recommendation to extend the protected zone on the Western
side as far as the walls built by Urban VIII.

The Committee considered it desirable that the Vatican City be also protected under
the World Heritage Convention and therefore recommendedthat an invitation to accede to the
Convention be addressed by the General Conference of Unesco to the Holy See.

 
93


Church and Dominican Convent of Santa      
Maria delle Grazie with "The Last
Supper" by Leonardo da Vinci.

 

Italy
130 Hal Saflieni Hypogeum Malta
131 City of Valetta Malta
132 Ggantija Temples Malta
55      Røros Norway
138 Archaeological ruins at Moenjodaro Pakistan
139 Taxila Pakistan
11

Buddhist ruins at Takht-i-Bahi andNeighbouring city remains at Sahri-Bahlol   

Pakistan
135 The fortifications on the Caribbean

side of Panama:Portobelo-San Lorenzo

Panama
30 Historic centre of Warsaw Poland
22 Ancient city of Bosra Syrian Arab Republic
23 Site of Palmyra Syrian Arab Republic
  The Committee recommends that the necropolises and the remains of the
Roman aqueduct which are situated outside the fortified walls should be
included in the protected zone. The Committee draws attention to the hotel
facilities on the site which should not, in its opinion, be further extended.
 
8 Ichkeul National Park Tunisia
 

The Committee received assurances from the delegate of Tunisia that the
Government of Tunisia will implement a plan for corrective measures, as
described in documents submitted to the Secretariat, so that the integrity of
Ichkeul National Park will be maintained in the future.

 
134 Redwood National Park United States of America
100 Durmitor National Park Yugoslavia
136 Garamba National Park Zaïre
137 Kahuzi-Biega National Park Zaïre
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4 COM V.14 Consideration of Item 4 of the agenda:Nominations the World Heritage List (differed sites) The Committee decided furthermore to defer the following sites :

No. / Name of property / State Party


101 / Dey's Palace at Algiers/ Algeria

103 / Citadel Quarter of Setif / Algeria

106 /  National archaeological park of Guayabo de Turrialba / Costa Rica

107 / Santa Rosa historic mansion / Costa Rica 

109 / Ruins of Ujarras / Costa Rica 

11 /  Adulis / Ethiopia

111 / Bale Mountain National Park / Ethiopia

112 / Abijatta Shalla Lakes National Park / Ethiopia 

13 / Melka Kontoure / Ethiopia

14 / Matara / Ethiopia

16  /Yeha / Ethiopia

92 / Convent of Santa Giulia-San Salvatore / Italy

116  / Town of Djenné  / Mali

117 /  National Park of the Baoulé Loop  / Mali

118 / Land of the Dogon  / Mali

119 / Town of Timbuktu  / Mali

122 /  Birni Gazargamu and Gambaru /  Nigeria

142 /  Rock carvings at the Sacred Rock of Pakistan Hunza and near Gilgit and Chilas / Pakistan

143 /  Historical Monuments at Thatta  /  Pakistan

25  / Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary  / Senegal

21  / Aleppo  / Syrian Arab Republic

 

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4 COM VI.18-20 Consideration of item 7 of the agenda : The revised text of the Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention 18.  The Committee reiterated the importance of the Operational Guidelines and emphasized that every measure should be taken to ensure that the resulting guidelines are the best possible and that they reflect the thorough deliberations which precede each decision taken by the Committee. The insertion in the introduction of a brief paragraph to this effect was recommended by the Committee. 

19. The Committee then discussed in detail the Revised Operational Guidelines and made the following modifications:

a) Chapter I, section A, paragraph 5 (ii) should read :

Because of the educational and public information purposes of the World Heritage List, the criteria for the inclusion of properties in the List have been elaborated with a view to enabling the Committee to act with full independence in evaluating the intrinsic merit of a property without regard to any other consideration (including the need for technical co-operation support).

b) Chapter I, section A, paragraph (iii) should read :

The Committee considers it highly desirable for each State Party to submit a tentative list of cultural and natural properties situated in its territory and suitable for inclusion in the World Heritage List to enable it to evaluate within the widest possible context the outstanding universal value of each property nominated to the List.

c) In order to facilitate the implementation of the provision set out in Chapter I, section A, paragraph 5 (vi), ICOMOS and IUCN were invited to present in their future evaluations a brief description of the principal characteristics for which a specific property is recommended for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

d) Chapter I, section B, paragraph 6, second line, the word "provisional" is to be replaced by the word "tentative".

e) Chapter I, section B, paragraph 13 should read :

States Parties may propose in a single nomination a series of cultural properties in different geographical locations, provided that they are related because they belong :

(i) to the same historico-cultural group or

(ii) to the same type of property which is characteristic of the geographical zone and provided that it is the series as such and not its components taken individually, which is of outstanding universal value.

f) Chapter I, section C, paragraph 16 should be amended as follows

The criteria for the inclusion of cultural properties in, the World Heritage List should always be seen in relation to one another and should be considered in the context of the definitions set out in Article 1 of the Convention, the full text of which will be inserted at the beginning of this paragraph.

g) Chapter I, section C, paragraph 16 (a) (vi) : the following should be added :

The Committee considered that criterion (vi) should justify inclusion in the List only in exceptional circumstances or in conjunction with other criteria.

h) In Chapter I, section C, paragraph 16, a sentence will be inserted in order to stress that reconstruction is only acceptable if it is carried out on the basis of complete and detailed documentation on the original and to no extent on conjecture.

i) Chapter I, section C, paragraph 17 (a) should read :

The property, including its state of preservation should be evaluated relatively, that is, it should be compared with other properties of the same type dating from the same period both inside and outside the state party's borders.

j) In Chapter I, section D, paragraph 18, the full text of the definition set out in Article 2 of the Convention will be quoted at the beginning of this paragraph.

k) Chapter I, section D, paragraph 18 (i) should read :

be outstanding examples representing the major stages of the earth's evolutionary history.

l) Chapter I, section D, paragraph 18 (ii) should read :

be outstanding examples representing significant ongoing geological processes, biological evolution and man's interaction with his natural environment. As distinct from the periods of the earth's development, this focuses upon ongoing processes in the development of communities of plants and animals, landforms and marine and freshwater bodies.

m) Chapter I, section D, paragraph 18 (iii) should read :

contain superlative natural phenomena, formations or features or areas of exceptional natural beauty, such as superlative examples of the most important ecosystems, natural features, spectacles presented by great concentra- tions of animals, sweeping vistas covered by natural vegetation and exceptional combinations of natural and cultural elements, or

n) Chapter I, section D, paragraph 18 (iv) should read :

contain the most important and significant natural habitats where threatened species of animals or plants of outstanding universal value from the point of view of science or conservation still survive.

o) Chapter I, section B, paragraph 19, sub-section (a) (v) should read :

In the case of migratory species, seasonal sites necessary for their survival wherever they are located, should be adequately protected. The Committee must receive assurances that the necessary measures be taken to ensure that the species are adequately protected throughout their full life cycle. Agreements made in this connection, either through adherence to international conventions or in the form of other multilateral or bilateral arrangements would provide this assurance.

p) A new sub-section (b) should read :

The property should be evaluated relatively, that is, it should be compared with other properties of the same type both inside and outside the state party's borders, within a biogeographic province or migratory pattern.

q) Chapter I, section F, paragraph 29 (iv) should read : State of preservation/conservation - Diagnosis - Agent responsible for preservation/conservation - History of preservation/conservation - Measures for preservation/conservation (including management plans or proposals for such plans) - Development plans for the region.

r) Chapter I, section F, paragraph 30 should read :

Each nomination should be accompanied by a two-page summary which will be translated and reproduced by the Secretariat for distribution to members of the Bureau and the Committee.

s) Chapter I, section G, paragraph 31, 2) (b) should read :

undertakes a professional evaluation of each nomination in terms of the criteria adopted by the Committee and transmits their evaluation to members of the Bureau of the Committee, to the States Parties to the Convention which are concerned and to the Secretariat ;

t) Chapter I, section G, paragraph 31, (June-July), should read :

The summaries of nominations and the recommendations of the Bureau are transmitted to all States Parties to the Convention.

u) Chapter I, section G, paragraph 32 should read :

The normal deadlines for the submission and processing of nominations will not apply in the case of properties which, in the opinion of the Bureau after consultation with the competent non-governmental organization, would unquestionably meet the criteria for inclusion in the World Heritage List ] and which have suffered damage from disasters caused by natural events or by human activities. Such nominations will be processed on an emergency basis.

20. Working procedures for the evaluation and presentation of nominated properties were discussed throughout the session and a general agreement concerning the content of such procedures was reached. The following text setting out these procedures was proposed :

The following working procedures should apply to evaluations of proposed nominations and their presentation to and discussion by the Committee :

(i) representatives of a State Party, whether or not a member of the Committee, should not speak to advocate the inclusion in the list of a property situated within the territory of that State except to deal with a point of information in answer to a question ;

(ii) the manner of the professional evaluation carried out by ICOMOS and IUCN should he fully described in all instances ;

(iii) each property should be compared with properties of a similar type or dating from the same period inside and outside the State Party's boundaries, and a comparative justification should be given for its proposed inclusion in the List ;

(iv) it is desirable that wherever possible the professional presentation of the nominated property should include a slide presentation or other graphic presentation. (This is not only useful for making decisions, it also serves an important educational function for members of the Committee since they share responsibility for the propagation of information about properties included in the List).

The Committee asked that the Bureau should examine at its next session these proposals with a view to their incorporation into a forthcoming revision of the Operational Guidelines.

 

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4 COM VII.21 Consideration of item 8 of the agenda: Measures to be taken to improve the balance between the cultural and the natural heritage in the implementation of the Convention 21. The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine measures to improve the balance between the cultural and the natural heritage in the implementation of the Convention and agreed with the recommendations set out below:

1) Preparatory assistance to States Parties should be granted on a priority basis for:

(i) the establishment of tentative lists of cultural and natural properties situated in their territories and suitable for inclusion in the World Heritage List;

(ii) the preparation of nominations of types of properties underrepresented in the World Heritage List.

2) States Parties to the Convention should provide the Secretariat with the name and address of the governmental organization(s) primarily responsible for cultural and natural properties so that copies of all official correspondence and documents can be sent by the Secretariat to these focal points as appropriate. All States Parties to the Convention as of 5 September 1980 are asked to provide this information to the Secretariat by 31st December 1980. New States Parties are requested to do so as soon as possible after the deposit of their instrument of ratification acceptance or accession.

3) States Parties to the Convention should convene at regular intervals at the national level a joint meeting of those persons responsible for natural and cultural heritage in order that they may discuss matters pertaining to the implementation of the Convention. This does not apply to States Parties where one single organization is dealing with both cultural and natural heritage.

4) The Committee, deeply concerned with maintaining a balance in the number of experts from the natural and cultural fields represented on the Bureau urges that every effort be made in future elections in order to ensure that :

(i) the chair is not held by persons with expertise in the same field, either cultural or natural, for more than two succeeding years ;

(ii) at least two "cultural" and at least two "natural" experts are present at Bureau meetings to ensure balance and credibility in reviewing nominations to the World Heritage List.

5) States Parties to the Convention should choose as their representatives persons qualified in the field of natural and cultural heritage thus complying with Article 9, paragraph 3 of the Convention.

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4 COM VIII.22-29 Consideration of Item 9 of the Agenda : Public Information Activities 22. The Committee took note of the Report of the Secretariat on public information activities undertaken during the preceding year. The Committee also emphasized the importance of such activities in promoting and imple menting the World Heritage Convention.

23. The Committee requested the Secretariat that the royalties on the retail prices for Upsala Ekeby's commemorative Glass and Silverware go directly into the World Heritage Fund, and agreed that 10 % of these royalties (i.e. 2 % on the retail sales price) go to Unesco's Public Liaison Fund to cover expenses incurred through this project and to contribute to future public information activities for the Convention.

24. The representative of the United States of America and the observer from Canada asked the Secretariat to immediately inform Upsala Ekeby of the need to get prior authorization from their respective national authorities to use the name or image of sites under their jurisdiction. Upsala Ekeby should contact the United States and Canadian embassies before proceeding further with designs for the Grand Canyon, Independence Hall, Kluane/Wrangell St. Elias National Monument and Dinosaur Provincial Park.

25. The Secretariat was invited to examine the possibilities for producing a film on the Convention in collaboration with Member States. The States Parties to the Convention were invited to send the Secretariat lists of all films available concerning World Heritage Sites or regarding the Convention as a whole, indicating in each case, the conditions of copyright and manner of obtaining the films in question. Such a list could then be distributed widely by the Secretariat.

26. States Parties to the Convention were asked to provide the Secretariat with information regarding the distribution of slide series and postcards in their respective countries. It was also suggested that States Parties inform the Secretariat of their desire to host journalist seminars to increase public awareness through the mass media of the aims and scope of the Convention.

27. Member States were invited to keep the Secretariat informed of their efforts at the national level to promote the Convention. The Committee underlined the crucial importance of such activities for making the aims of the Convention more widely known in order to receive public support for its implementation and for education purposes.

28. In this connection the observer from Canada mentioned that four World Heritage Plaque unveiling ceremonies had taken place so far in his country. This kind of activity would be one very effective way of arousing a high degree of public interest in the Convention. Canada would be glad to share her experience in the preparation and holding of such ceremonies and other promotional activities with other States Parties. Canada will be happy to provide detailed information upon request.

29. The promotional and educational activities of the Australian Heritage Commission were presented to the Committee as an example of the efforts of States Parties to promote the Convention. The Commission is preparing a film, a major illustrated book on heritage sites in Australia and a travelling exhibition. In addition, the Commission has recently published a kit for use in secondary schools throughout Australia, a copy of which was presented to the Committee. The Australian delegate mentioned that the kit included a section on the Convention and that the material being produced by the Secretariat, in particular the Unesco Courier issue on the World Heritage Convention and the slide series could be incorporated in the kit.

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4 COM IX.30-31 Consideration of Item 6 of the agenda: Protection of the World Heritage Emblem and of the Name of the World Heritage Fund 30. The Secretariat informed the Committee that it had carefully explored the various means available to protect the emblem and the name of the World Heritage Fund.

31. Possibilities for such protection exist in a number of countries within the framework of the Universal Copyright Convention, the Berne Convention and national legislation. In noting this report the Committee decided to include in the operational guidelines the following recommendation :

  • Nations party to the Convention should take all possible measures to prevent the use of the emblem of the Convention and the use of the name of the Committee and the Convention in their respective countries by any group or for any purposes not explicitly recognized and approved by the Committee.
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4 COM X.32-33 Consideration of Items 5 and 10 of the agenda: Technical cooperation requests, Examination of the statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund and adoption of a budget for 1981 32. The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine the interim statement of accounts and technical co-operation requests and to prepare a budget for September 1980 to December 1981.

33. The Committee took note of document CC-80/CONF. 016/7 which includes the interim statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund for the period 1 January 1979-31 July 1980. It also noted the surplus in the World Heritage Fund amounting to 1,463,832.61 $ as of 31 July this year. In view of this favorable financial situation the Committee adopted a budget for the period 1 September 1980 to 31 December 1981 amounting to 1,423,000 $.

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4 COM X.36-37 Consideration of Items 5 and 10 of the agenda: technical co-operation requests 36. The following two requests were submitted to the Secretariat during the fourth session of the Committee :

Ecuador - The Historic Center of Quito

 Panama - The fortifications on the Caribbean  side of Panama : Portobelo-San Lorenzo

$ 25,000

 $ 51,000

 37.  The Committee authorized the Chairman of the Committee to approve these two requests in consultation with the other members of the Bureau subject to the outcome of a technical review by the Secretariat and the professional non-governmental organizations concerned.

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4 COM X.40-42 Consideration of Items 5 and 10 of the Agenda: examination of the statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund 40.  The representative of the United States of America expressed reservations on the continued need for temporary assistance to the Secretariat for the implementation of the Convention and abstained on the relevant item of the budget. In this respect the Secretariat drew attention to the fact that the proposed increase for temporary assistance is in proportion far smaller than the overall increase in the budget which corresponds to a considerable increase in the workload. The Secretariat further indicated that services to the Convention provided directly from the regular programme of Unesco could be estimated approximately at 250,000 $ per year.

41. The Committee, under the budgetary line for programme support for ICOMOS, included 7,000 $ for carrying out thematic studies.

42. The Committee shared the point of view expressed by the French delegate that assistance provided by the World Heritage Fund should not be considered solely as complementary or residual contribution to bilateral or multilateral co-operation programmes, but that this assistance should be used more often to launch programmes of this type.

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4 COM X.34 Consideration of items 5 and 10 of the agenda : technical co-operation requests. The Committee upon recommendation of the Bureau approved the following technical co-operation requests:

  • Nepal - Sagarmatha National Park (request n°120.1): $75,000
  • Tunisia - Baths of Antonius at Carthage (request n°37.1 and addendum): $118,000
  • Zaire - Virunga National Park (request n°63.1): $43,660
  • Zaire - Garamba National Park (request n°126.1): $19,120
  • Zaire - Kahuzi-Biega National Park (request n°137.1): $15,120
  • Ethiopia - Lalibela (request n°18.1): $79,800
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4 COM X.35 Consideration of items 5 and 10 of the agenda : technical co-operation requests. 35.  The Committee, as requested by Tanzania, approved an additional $7,000 for the preparation of a management plan for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

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4 COM X.38 Consideration of items 5 and 10 of the agenda : technical co-operation requests. 38. The Committee decided to ask the Bureau to elaborate guidelines for the evaluation of technical co-operation requests which could be then reviewed and adopted by the Committee, and would be included in the operational guidelines.

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4 COM X.39 Consideration of Items 5 and 10 of the agenda: technical co-operation requests The Committee urged States Parties to indicate in their future technical co-operation requests, details of their counterpart contribution as well as other contributions from bilateral or multilateral sources made or planned for the conservation of the property in question.

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4 COM X.43 Consideration of Items 5 and 10 of the Agenda: adoption of a budget for 1981 43. The Committee adopted the following budget for the period September 1980 to December 1981.

B U D G E T

September 1980 - December 1981

Activities                                             

Funds brought forward from 1979-1980 

Additional Funds allocated   

Total Funds authorized  for the period September 1980 – December 1981 

I.

Prepatory assistance 

 58,202

 11,798

 170,000

II.

Technical co-operation

 55,150

 389,850

 445,000

III.      

Training

 36,530

 298,470

 335,000

IV.      

Emergency assistance

 70,000

 150,000

 220,000

V.       

 Promotional activities

 34,300

 51,700

 86,000

VI.        

 Programme support

 - ICOMOS

 - IUCN

-

 50,000

 25,000

 50,000

 25,000

VII.

 Temporary assistance to the Secretarita

 1,624

 90,376

 92,000

 

 

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 255,806

_________ 
1.167,194

________
1.423,000

Contingencies :
3 % of funds authorized.

 

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4 COM XI.44-46 World Heritage Fund 44. The Committee examined a proposal made by one of its members, presented as follows :

"Contributions offered to the World Heritage Fund for international assistance campaigns and other Unesco projects of technical co- operation for any property inscribed on the World Heritage List shall be accepted and used as international assistance pursuant to Section V of the Convention and in conformity with the modalities established for carrying out the campaign or project".

45. The Committee adopted this proposal.

46. The Committee further agreed with the following recommendations :

a) States Parties to the Convention who anticipate making contributions towards international assistance campaigns or other Unesco projects of technical co-operation for any property inscribed on the World Heritage List are encouraged to make their contributions through the World Heritage Fund.

b) Additionally, the World Heritage Committee encourages the General Conference of Unesco to give great attention in future campaigns to sites which are on the World Heritage List.

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4 COM XII.47-50 47. The Representatives of IUCN and ICOMOS presented their point of view on this important topic. The Committee noted with satisfaction IUCN's plans for the preparation of a worldwide inventory of natural sites through worldwide distribution of questionnaires and organisation of a series of expert meetings during the next two years.

48. The Committee discussed the request of IUCN to establish a sub- committee for in depth review of and guidance on the preparation of inventories as well as on theme studies for comparative analysis. The Committee felt that this matter should be discussed further by the Bureau.

49. The Committee welcomed the offer made by IUCN to assist States Parties to the extent possible in the preparation of tentative lists and to carry out an in depth analysis based on such lists. The Committee agreed that a strong effort should be made to encourage States Parties to prepare tentative lists, which ICOMOS offered to analyze on a compa- rative basis to assist the Committee's considerations of nominations to the World Heritage List.

50. The Committee shared the view of ICOMOS that global theme studies on cultural properties would not be feasible at the present time for various reasons. However, it was felt that special thematic studies for problem areas identified in the process of evaluating nominations may have to be conducted by ICOMOS and, if necessary, with support from the World Heritage Fund.

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