Limited distribution                                     CLT-82/CONF.014/6
                                                     Paris, 20 August 1982
                                                    Translated from French



     UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION

                 CONVENTION CONCERNING THE PROTECTION OF THE
                     WORLD CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE

                    Bureau of the World Heritage Committee

                                Sixth Session

                            Paris, 21-24 June 1982

                          REPORT OF THE RAPPORTEUR

I. INTRODUCTION

1. The sixth session of the Bureau of the World Heritage Committee
was held at Unesco Headquarters in Paris from 21 to 24 June 1982
and was attended by Prof. Ralph O. Slatyer (Australia), Chairman,
Mr. Augusto Carlos da Silva Telles (Brazil), Prof. Nicolai Gentchev
(Bulgaria), Mr. Magnus Backes (Federal Republic of Germany), Mr.
Youssouf Diare (Guinea), H. Exc. Mr. Krishna Raj Aryal (Nepal),
Vice-Chairmen, and Mr. Azedine Beschaouch (Tunisia), the
Rapporteur. Five other States Members of the Committee were
represented by observers. Representatives of the International
Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and of the International
Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)
and of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation
and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) attended the meeting
in an advisory capacity. The full list of participants is to be
found in the Annex of this report.

2. After the meeting had been opened by the Chairman, Mr. Makaminan
Makangiansar, Assistant Director-General for Culture, welcomed the
participants on behalf of the Director-General and drew attention
in particular to the expanding role of the Committee and to the
importance of the various questions submitted for consideration by
the Bureau. In recalling that the 2nd World Conference on Cultural
Policies was to be held very soon, he also stressed the importance
of the notion of safeguarding the heritage in elaborating and
implementing these policies.

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3. The Assistant Director-General informed the Bureau of the death,
following a grave illness, of Mrs. Reina Torres de Arauz, Director
of Historical Heritage, Panama, and former Vice-Chairman of the
Committee, and of the sudden disappearance of Professor Aloisio
Magalhaès, Secretary for Culture of Brazil and Vice-Chairman of the
Committee. After the Assistant Director-General had paid homage to
them, the Bureau observed a minute's silence in their memory.

4. The Bureau then adopted the agenda for the session with the
addition of the following questions: training activities financed
by the World Heritage Fund, public information activities, the role
of ICCROM, ICOMOS and IUCN and support to the Secretariat.

5. As was foreseen in the agenda, the representative of the
Director-General, Mr. Michel Batisse, Deputy Assistant
Director-General (Science Sector) reported on the activities
undertaken since the fifth session of the Committee. After
recalling the role Mr. Gérard Bolla, now Assistant Director-General
responsible for the Communication Sector, had played in the work of
the Committee, Mr. Batisse noted in particular, on the one hand,
that four other States had ratified or accepted the Convention
since October 1981, bringing the total number of ratifications or
acceptances to sixty-five; and, on the other hand, that due to
voluntary contributions to the World Heritage Fund, the Committee's
financial situation could be considered as comfortable and the
management of the budget well in hand.

6. The Bureau decided to convey its warmest thanks to Mr. Gérard
Bolla for his personal interest and for the important work he
undertook for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention.

II.  NOMINATIONS TO THE WORLD HERITAGE LIST AND TO THE LIST OF
     WORLD HERITAGE IN DANGER

7. Thirty-eight nominations were presented to the Bureau -
thirty-seven to the World Heritage List and one to the List of
World Heritage in Danger. Twenty-four properties were recommended
for inclusion in the World Heritage List; these are listed in
section A below. Supplementary information was found to be
necessary for certain nominations; this information should be sent
to the Secretariat before the beginning of September 1982 in order
that it can be transmitted to the members of the Committee prior to
the meeting of its sixth session which is to take place during the
first fortnight of November 1982. The four nominations listed in
Section B below were deferred either because their dossiers needed
revision or because a more comprehensive evaluation was required.
The Bureau shared the opinion expressed by ICOMOS and IUCN
respectively, and recommended that the Committee should not
inscribe the five properties listed in section C below on the World
Heritage List. Four other nominations received by the Secretariat
after the deadline were not considered by the Bureau. In this
connection, the Bureau recalled that the Committee had fixed as 1st
January the deadline for receiving nominations to be examined
during the same year. Particular attention was paid to the
nomination submitted by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan of the 'Old
City of Jerusalem and its Walls' for inscription on the List of
World Heritage in Danger. This nomination is taken up in section D
below. After taking note of the evaluation of each nomination made
by the competent advisory organization, the Bureau formulated the
following recommendations to the Committee.


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    A. Properties recommended for inscription on the World Heritage List

Contracting State
having submitted
the nomination of
the property in
accordance with
Article 11 of the   Identif-                                 Criteria
Convention          cation Nº   Name of property             fulfilled
______________________________________________________________________

Algeria            179          Tassili n'Ajjer            C(i) + (iii)

  "                188          The M'Zab Valley       C(ii) + (iii) + (v)

  "                191          Djemila                   C(iii) + (iv)

  "                193          Tipasa                    C(iii) + (iv)

The Bureau recommended that the Algerian authorities should provide a plan for
safeguarding the entire nominated area and to include the royal Mauritanian
mausoleum, known as Kbor er Roumia (the tomb of the Christian) in this
nomination.

  "                194          Timgad                 C(ii) + (iii) + (iv)

The Bureau shared the view of ICOMOS that a zone non aedificandi be defined in
order to preserve not only the overall character but also the archaeological
reserves of this site.

Australia          181         Western Tasmania Wilderness 
                               National Parks         N(i),(ii),(iii),(iv)

The Bureau requests the Australian authorities to provide a statement of intent
regarding the construction of dams, on the possibility of extending the protected
area and of establishing a co-ordinating mechanism to manage this site.

  "                186        Lord Howe Island Group      N(iii) + (iv)

The Bureau requests the Australian authorities to extend the nominated area to
include the lagoon and the coral reef, to provide this property with protection
equal to that of a national park and to supply information on the impact of the
proposed telecommunication towers.


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Contracting State
having submitted
the nomination of
the property in
accordance with
Article 11 of the   Identif-                                 Criteria
Convention          cation Nº   Name of property             fulfilled
______________________________________________________________________

Brazil             189          Historic Centre of    Criteria will be iden-
                                the town of Olinda    tified after receiv-
                                                      ing the information
                                                      requested

The Bureau requests the Brazilian authorities to confirm their intention of
protecting Olinda against the threats associated with the rapid urban development
of Recife and to provide a report on the plan for safeguarding Olinda.

Cuba               204          Old Havana and        Criteria will be iden-
                                its fortifications    tified after receiv-     
                                                      ing the information
                                                      requested

The Bureau requests the Cuban authorities to complete the nomination dossier with
a descriptive list of the main monuments of the old city and to provide details
on the safeguarding measures foreseen.


France             203          The Royal Saltworks 
                                of Arc et Senans        C(i) + (ii) + (iv)

Haiti              180          National History Park -    C(iv) + (vi)
                                Citadel, Sans Souci Ramiers

The Bureau recommends that the Haitian authorities exercise the greatest care as
regards the on-going consolidation works.

Honduras           196          Rio Platano 
                                Biosphere Reserve    N(i), (ii), (iii)+(iv)

Italy              174          The Historic Centre    C(i) + (ii) + (iii)
                                of Florence                (iv) + (vi)

Ivory Coast        195          Tai National Park        N (iii) + (iv)

The Bureau requests the Ivory Coast authorities to examine the possibility of
nominating this property to the List of World Heritage in Danger.

Libyan Arab        183          Archaeological site 
Jamahiraya                      of Leptis Magna        C (i) + (ii) + (iii)

The Bureau, requests the Libyan authorities to precisely delimit the protected
area and to include the fortifications and the ancient necropolises therein.


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Contracting State
having submitted
the nomination of
the property in
accordance with
Article 11 of the   Identif-                                 Criteria
Convention          cation Nº   Name of property             fulfilled
______________________________________________________________________

Libyan Arab        184          Archaeological site    Criteria will be iden-
Jamahiraya                      of Sabratha            tified after receiv-
                                                       ing the information
                                                       requested

The Bureau considers that the information in the documents supporting this
nomination is insufficient and recommends the inscription of this property on the
condition that the Libyan authorities complete the dossier with up-to-date
information, define the limits of the zone of protection and make available an
urban development plan for the new town which provides for the safeguarding of
the archaeological site.

  "                190          Archaeological site 
                                of Cyrene             C(ii), (iii) + (vi)

Seychelles,        185          Aldabra Atoll         N(ii) + (iii) + (iv)
Republic of

Sri Lanka          200         Sacred City of 
                               Anuradhapura           C(ii), (iii) + (vi)

  "                201         Ancient City of 
                               Polonnaruva            C(i), (iii) + (vi)

  "                202         Ancient City of 
                               Sigiriya               C(ii), (iii) + (iv)

Tanzania           199         Selous Game Reserve    N(ii) + (iv)

United States of   198         Cahokia Mounds State 
America                        Historic Site          C(iii) + (iv)


Yemen,             192         The old walled 
People's Democratic            City of Shibam         C(iii), (iv) + (v)
Republic of

The Bureau shared the opinion of ICOMOS that the protected area should be
extended to include the valley of the wadi Hadramawt.


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                         B. Deferred nominations

Contracting State having sub-
mitted the nomination of the 
property (in accordance with
Article 11 of the Convention)      Id. Nº            Name of property 
______________________________________________________________________

Algeria                            197     Sidi bu-Medina

The Bureau requests the Algerian authorities to redefine the limits and
strengthen the protection of the nominated area.

Mali                               117     National Park of the Baoulé Loop

The Bureau deferred this until the conclusions of the recent UICN mission are
available.

Sri Lanka                          182     Sinharaja Forest Reserve

The Bureau requests the Sri Lankan authorities to strengthen the protection of
the site by giving it national park status.

Pakistan                           177     Indus Dolphin Reserve

The Bureau recommended that preparatory assistance should be provided in order
to revise the dossier and provide further information on the integrity of the
property.

 C. Properties not to be considered for inclusion in the World Heritage List


Federal Republic of Germany        187  The church of St Michael, Hildesheim

Italy                              175  Medici villas of the Florentine region

Pakistan                           176  Kirthar National Park

   "                               178  Lal Sohanra Park National

Tanzania                           173  Old Stone Town of Zanzibar



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    D. Nomination to the List of World Heritage in Danger

8. On the proposal of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, the Bureau
examined the request for the inclusion of the "Old City of
Jerusalem and its Walls" in the List of World Heritage in Danger.

9. Several members of the Bureau considered that the "Old City of
Jerusalem and its Walls", which is a property inscribed on the
World Heritage List, corresponds to the situation referred to in
Article 11, paragraph 4, of the Convention and that it was
therefore appropriate to recommend that the Committee inscribe it
on the List of World Heritage in Danger.

10. Other members considered that the Bureau did not have at its
disposal all the information which could enable it to formulate a
recommendation.

11. Under these conditions, since a consensus could not be reached
in the Bureau on this nomination, it will be for the Committee, at
its 6th session, to take in this respect the decision which in any
case has to be taken by the Committee.

12. The Bureau recommends that the proposal be accompanied by an
urban development plan for Jerusalem.

13. The Bureau also recommends:

(a)  that ICOMOS and IUCN, in collaboration with ICCROM, if
     necessary, work out draft "Guidelines for the implementation
     of the World Heritage Convention with respect to the inclusion
     of properties in the List of World Heritage in Danger";

(b)  that ICOMOS continue to assemble information concerning the
     nomination relating to the Old City of Jerusalem and its
     Walls, with a view to presenting authoritative ana completely
     up-to-date advice to the Committee, benefitting, if possible,
     from experts' observations.

III. TECHNICAL CO-OPERATION REQUESTS

14. After an exchange of views on the guidelines for the evaluation
of technical co-operation requests, the Bureau recommended that the
Committee should consider how to make a maximum number of States
Parties participate in technical co-operation activities. The
Secretariat informed the Bureau of all the technical co-operation
requests received before 21 June 1982 and indicated that a certain
number of these requests would need further clarifications, which
it had not yet been possible to obtain since they had bean received
only a short time before the meeting. The Bureau decided that,
exceptionally, all these requests would be submitted to the
Committee at its next session. Nevertheless, as from 1983, the
Bureau will consider only those requests received before 1st March
of the given year, this being the deadline that had been fixed by
the Committee. It was noted that this deadline was applicable only
to the projects amounting to over US $ 20,000. Requests for lesser
amounts can be addressed at any time for a decision directly to the
Chairman of the Committee.


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A. Requests submitted to the Bureau by document CLT-82/CH/CONF.014/4


Bulgaria    Two requests for equipment for the preservation of the
            Madara Rider and the churches of Soyana and Ivanovo.

Ethiopia    Request for a financial contribution for elaborating a
            management plan for Simen National Park.

Haiti       Request for equipment for the preservation of the
            Citadel (recommended for inclusion in the World
            Heritage List by the Bureau)

Honduras    Request for a financial contribution for implementing
            the management plan of the Rio Platano Biosphere
            Reserve (recommended for inclusion in the World
            Heritage List by the Bureau).

Jordan      Request for expert services to undertake an
            architectural survey of the monuments of the Old City
            of Jerusalem and to prepare a plan for the preservation
            work to be undertaken.

Panama      Request for equipment and a financial contribution for
            the conservation of Darien National Park.

Senegal     Two requests for equipment to strengthen protective
            measures in Niokolo Koba National Park and another
            request for aid in research and surveillance activities
            in Djoudj National Park.

Seychelles  Request for equipment for the warden station on Aldabra
            Atoll (recommended for inclusion in the World Heritage
            List by the Bureau).

Tanzania    Request for equipment for training courses at the
            Collage of Wildlife Management at Mweka.


B. Requests currently being evaluated

Honduras    Request for consultant services, equipment and
            assistance with training at the Maya site of Copan.

Nepal       Two requests for financial assistance, one for the
            protection and management of Sagarmatha National Park,
            another for restoration and renovation activities in
            Kathmandu Valley.

Pakistan    Request for training and equipment for a laboratory and
            a conservation workshop at Mohenjodaro.

Yugoslavia  Request for equipment for the Institute for the
            protection of cultural monuments at Kotor.


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IV. REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

15. The Bureau granted emergency assistance to the People's
Democratic Republic of Yemen amounting to $20,000 for elaborating
a plan for the installation of a waste water drainage system within
the old city of Shibam.

V. TRAINING

16. The Secretariat reported on the implementation of the training
programme and the Bureau recommended that priority in this
programme should be given to group training activities at the local
and regional levels. As regards the training of individual persons,
the Bureau recommended that the World Heritage Fund be used
essentially for short-term refresher courses. The Fund should be
used only exceptionally to support fellowships for complete
university courses due to the very high costs involved.


VI. MONITORING OF THE CONDITIONS OF PROPERTIES INSCRIBED ON THE
    WORLD HERITAGE LIST


17. The Bureau examined a proposal to establish a programme for
monitoring the condition of sites inscribed on the World Heritage
List. The Bureau was aware of the usefulness of a permanent
monitoring system but considered that this proposal was premature,
given the current state of infrastructures in the majority of
countries concerned.

18. In order to obtain periodic reports on the condition of
properties inscribed on the World Heritage List, the Bureau
recommended that the Committee examine how the contracting parties
could be encouraged to obtain analyses and reports at the national
level.


VII. FORM IN WHICH THE WORLD HERITAGE LIST IS TO BE PUBLISHED

19. The Bureau recalled that it was for the Committee to decide in
which form the World Heritage List is to be published.

20. Accordingly, the Bureau recommended that the names of the
properties inscribed on the World Heritage List and the States
having nominated them should be presented under the following
headings:

                                             Contracting State having sub-
                                             mitted the nomination of the
                                             property (in accordance with
Name of property                             Article 11 of the Convention)
________________                             ______________________________


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VIII. AGENDA FOR THE SIXTH SESSION OF THE COMMITTEE

21.  The Bureau adopted the following provisional agenda for the
sixth ordinary session of the Committee:
     1.  Opening of the session

     2.  Adoption of the Agenda

     3.  Election of Chairman, Vice-Chairmen and Rapporteur

     4.  Report on the sixth session of the Bureau of the World
         Heritage Committee (Paris, 21-24 June 1982).

     5.  Report of the representative of the Director-General on
         activities undertaken since the fifth session of the World
         Heritage Committee.

     6.  Tentative lists

     7.  Nominations to the World Heritage List and to the List of
         World Heritage in Danger

     8.  Statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund and
         budget for 1983.

     9.  Requests for technical co-operation

     10. Training

     11. Form in which the World Heritage List is to be published

     12. a)    Protection and management of properties included in
               the World Heritage List

         b)    Reports on the condition of sites inscribed on the
               World Heritage List.

     13. Public information activities

     14. Report of the Committee to the 22nd session of the General
         Conference

     15. Other business

     16. Closure of the session



IX. OTHER BUSINESS


22. After a wide debate on the written evaluations of properties
nominated to the World Heritage List, in which participated the NGO
representatives, the Bureau recommended that in the future:

     a)  IUCN should try to give a fuller description of the
         properties;

     b)  ICOMOS should try to further develop comparisons between
         the nominated property and other similar properties and
         also give more emphasis to the criteria of integrity.


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23. As regards the "Guidelines for the implementation of the World
Heritage Convention with respect to the inclusion of properties on
the List of World Heritage in Danger", the Bureau recommended that
ICOMOS and IUCN, in collaboration with ICCROM as necessary, should
draft such guidelines for the next session of the Committee, on the
one hand on the basis of paragraphs 4 and 5 of Article 11 of the
Convention, and on the other hand with reference to paragraphs 18
and 23 of the "Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the
World Heritage Convention" (cf. document WHC/2 revised, October
1980).

24. The Bureau decided to defray the costs incurred by ICOMOS and
IUCN notably for expert services, for drafting the above-mentioned
guidelines, out of the contingency budget and on the basis of
estimated costs which would be approved by the Secretariat.

25. After a debate on the role of the Secretariat, the Bureau
recognized the need to increase the number of staff responsible for
implementing the Convention. It recommended on the one hand that
the Committee substantially increase the budget granted to the
Secretariat in order to strengthen its activities, and, on the
other hand, that the States Parties to the Convention should
themselves recommend that World Heritage activities should be also
supported out of the regular budget, notably by strengthening the
Secretariat.

26. The Secretariat informed the Bureau of the progress made in the
promotional activities approved by the Committee at its 5th
session. The Bureau supported the Secretariat's initiatives in this
field and recalled the necessity to increase public information
activities through all possible means. In particular, the Bureau
recommended the Committee to grant a financial contribution for the
production of a special issue of the magazine "AMBIO" on cultural
and natural World Heritage properties. It also expressed the wish
that this special issue, published in English would also be
produced in French and Spanish. Furthermore, the Bureau suggested
that the periodical "MOMENTUM" should make a special issue on the
World Heritage Convention. This suggestion was welcomed by the
President of ICOMOS who will discuss with the Secretariat how to
produce this issue.

27. The Bureau decided, in agreement with the Secretariat, to fix
the dates for the next session of the Committee during the first
fortnight in November 1982.

28. As for the place at which the next session of the Committee
would be held, the Bureau noted that the arrangements for this
meeting had not yet been made by the Pakistan authorities. It is
hoped that these arrangements would be definitively fixed in the
near future in order that the meeting could take place in Pakistan
as foreseen. Moreover, the Bureau thanked the Hashemite Kingdom of
Jordan for the letter confirming its invitation to host the next
session of the Committee, in the event that the Bureau finally
concluded that the meeting could not take place in Pakistan. The
Bureau therefore invited its Chairman, in the event that it was
confirmed that it was impossible to hold the meeting in Pakistan,
to consult the Director-General for the organization of the 6th
session of the Committee, taking duly into account the invitation
received from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

29. Lithographs of views of Olinda, drawn by Prof. Aloisio
Magalhaès a short time before his tragic death, were presented
before the closure of the meeting of the Bureau in homage to his
memory.

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                                               Annex

BUREAU OF THE WORLD HERITAGE COMMITTEE / BUREAU DU COMITE DU PATRIMOINE MONDIAL

            6th Session                /            6ème Session


      Paris, 21-24 June 1982           /        Paris, 21-24 juin 1982


       LIST OF PARTICIPANTS            /        LISTE DES PARTICIPANTS


I. STATES MEMBERS OF THE BUREAU/ETATS MEMBRES DU BUREAU

Australia/Australie

Prof. Ralph O. Slatyer                              Chairman/Président
Professor of Environmental Biology
Australian National University
Canberra

Brazil/Brésil

Mr. Augusto Carlos da Silva Telles                  Vice-Chairman/Vice-Président
Directeur de la S.P.H.A.N.
Ministère de l'Education et de la Culture
Rio-de-Janeiro

Mr. Isnard G. de Freitas
Conseiller
Délégation permanente auprès de l'Unesco


Bulgaria/Bulgarie

Prof. Nicolai Gentchev                              Vice-Chairman/Vice-Président
Doyen de la Faculté d'Histoire
Université de Sofia


Germany (Fed. Rep. of)/Allemagne (Rép. fédérale d')

Mr. Magnus Backes
Vice-President of the Bavarian State
Office for Preservation of Ancient
Monuments and Sites
Munich

Guinea/Guinée

Mr. Youssouf Diare                                  Vice-Chairman/Vice-Président
Délégué permanent auprès de l'Unesco


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Nepal/Népal

H. Exc. Mr. Krishna Raj Aryal                      Vice-Chairman/Vice-Président
Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary 
   of Nepal to France
Permanent Delegate to Unesco

Mr. N.D. Shrestha
Deputy Permanent Delegate to Unesco


Tunisia/Tunisie

Mr. Azedine Beschaouch                              Rapporteur
Maitre des Recherches archéologiques
Institut national d'Archéologie
Tunis

Melle Sophie Zaouche
Délégation permanente auprès de l'Unesco



II. OBSERVERS/OBSERVATEURS

A.   STATES PARTIES TO THE WORLD HERITAGE: CONVENTION/
     ETATS PARTIES A LA CONVENTION DU PATRIMOINE MONDIAL

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan/Royaume hachémite de Jordanie

S. Exc. T. Masri
Ambassadeur extraordinaire et plénipotentiaire 
  de la Jordanie en France
Délégué permanent auprès de l'Unesco

Mr. A. Al Tawil
Délégué permanent adjoint auprès de l'Unesco


Senegal/Sénégal

Mr. Lamine Diakhaté
Ministre Conseiller
Délégué permanent adjoint auprès de l'Unesco

Mr. Henri Mendy
Conseiller
Délégation permanente auprès de l'Unesco


Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya/
Jamahiriya arabe libyenne populaire et socialiste

Mr. A. H. Zoubi
Délégué permanent adjoine auprès de l'Unesco


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Switzerland/Suisse

Mme S. Michl-Keller
Délégué permanent adjoint auprès de l'Unesco


United States of America/Etats-Unis d'Amérique

Mr. Judson Gooding
Cultural Attaché
Permanent Delegation to Unesco

Mr. John Kriendler
Permanent Delegation to Unesco


B. INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION/ORGANISATION INTERGOUVERNEMENTALE

Arab Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO)/
Organisation arabe pour l'éducation, la culture et la science

Mr. Taher Guiga
Directeur général adjoint de la Culture

Mr. Ahmed Derradji
Représentant permanent auprès de l'Unesco


III.  ORGANIZATIONS ATTENDING IN AN ADVISORY CAPACITY/
      ORGANISATIONS PARTICIPANT AVEC UN STATUT CONSULTATIF

  -  International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)/ 
     Conseil international des monuments et des sites

     Mr. Michel Parent
     Président

     Mr. Léon Pressouyre
     Professeur à l'Université de Paris I

  -  International Centre for the study of the preservation and the 
     restoration of cultural property (ICCROM) / Centre international 
     d'études pour la conservation et la restauration des biens culturels

     Mr. Gaël de Guichen
     Assistant scientifique à la formation


  -  International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural
     Resources (IUCN)/ Union internationale pour la conservation 
     de la nature at de ses ressources

     Mr Dan Navid
     Executive Officer
     IUCN Commission on Environmental Planning and
     Commission on Environmental Policy, Law and Administration


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IV. SECRETARIAT

Mr. Makaminan Makagiansar
Assistant Director-General for Culture

Mr. Michel Batisse
Deputy Assistant Director-General
Science Sector

Mr. F. Di Castri
Director
Division of Ecological Sciences

Mr. S. Naqvi
Acting Director
Division of Cultural Heritage

Mr. M. El-Mugharbel 
Directeur 
Division des Etats arabes 
Secteur de la coopération en vue du développement 
  et les relations extérieures

Mme S. Peigné-Tabbara 
Chargé de liaison principal 
Division des Etats arabes
Secteur de la coopération en vue du développement 
  et les relations extérieures

Mr. Daniel de San
Chief
International Standards Division
Office of International Standards and Legal Affairs

Mrs. Anne Raidl
Chief, International Standards Section
Division of Cultural Heritage

Mr. Bernd von Droste
Division of Ecological Sciences

Mrs. Margaret van Vliet 
Division of Cultural Heritage

Mrs. Jane Robertson
Division of Ecological Sciences





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