The World Heritage Centre is at the forefront of the international community’s efforts to protect and preserve.
From emergency assistance to safeguard properties in danger, to long term conservation, management planning, technical assistance, professional training, public and youth education, and awareness-building, the World Heritage Centre and its partners have developed a series of initiatives and have been actively involved in the implementation of projects, participatory workshops, seminars and training courses.
Created in 2003 within the framework of the Global Strategy for the balanced, representative and credible World Heritage List, as a pilot ...
Category 2 Centres
under the auspices of UNESCO related to World Heritage
In recent years, the framework for ...
Climate Change and World Heritage
© NOAA / Andy Collins / Papahānaumokuākea
World Heritage properties are ...
Heritage of Religious Interest
UNESCO Initiative on Heritage of Religious Interest
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World Heritage properties, as with all heritage properties, are exposed to natural and man-made disasters which threaten their integrity and ...
The World Heritage Capacity Building Strategy, adopted by the World Heritage Committee in 2011, responds to the identified needs of a diverse ...
Heritage has been absent from the mainstream sustainable development debate despite its crucial importance to societies and the wide ...
UNESCO World Heritage and Sustainable Tourism Programme
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The UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme, initiated as a UNESCO special project in 1994, gives young people a chance to voice their ...