World Heritage Education Programme
The UNESCO Young People's World Heritage Education Programme (WHE Programme) seeks to encourage and enable tomorrow's decision-makers to participate in heritage conservation and to respond to the ...
World Heritage Map
This large format full-color map features the World Heritage sites and brief explanations of the World Heritage Convention and the World Heritage conservation programmes, as well as superb ...
World Heritage Volunteers
The World Heritage Volunteers campaign is coordinated by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre in cooperation with Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service CCIVS.
It aims to ...
World Heritage Youth Forum
A World Heritage Youth Forum gives young people and their teachers an opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas on how to become involved in heritage conservation and presentation, to foster ...
Caribbean Capacity Building Programme (CCBP)
The Caribbean Capacity Building Programme (CCBP) is a long-term training programme focusing on cultural heritage management and aiming to create a Caribbean network of heritage experts. They, in ...
Handbook on Cultural Heritage and Local Development for African Local Governments Published
The handbook "Cultural heritage and local development: A Guide for African local governments" was created in response to the request formulated during the special session 'Africans towns and ...
Higher education is crucial to the long-term preservation of World Heritage sites. As the World Heritage List grows, there is an urgent need for qualified professionals to manage every aspect of ...
UNESCO/NHK Videos on Heritage
This partnership builds on state-of-the-art digital visual and sound processing technologies for the production of short digital TV documentaries on Heritage using Hi-Vision technology as well as ...
World Heritage and the Arctic
This publication presents the outcome and recommendations of the International Expert Meeting on World Heritage and the Arctic, which took place from 30 November to 1 December 2007 in Narvik, ...
World Heritage Information Kit
Heritage: A Gift from the Past to the Future
A Brief History
The Convention and its Committee
The World Heritage Fund
The Nomination Process
The Global Strategy
List of ...
My multicultural, diverse home Afghanistan
Promotion of intercultural dialogue and tolerance attitudes among children through arts and music expression.
Reintroducing arts and traditional music as well as diffusing knowledge of history ...
Workshop for the launch of the World Heritage – Pacific 2009 Programme
UNESCO World Heritage Centre in collaboration with UNESCO Apia Office in Samoa and the Department of Conservation in New Zealand launched the Programme from 17 - 22 October 2004 at Tongariro ...
Regional Workshop on Potential Themes for Serial and Transboundary Cultural World Heritage Sites in the Pacific, Port Vila, Vanuatu
The UNESCO World Heritage Centre, in collaboration with the UNESCO Apia Cluster Office in Samoa, Department of Conservation in New Zealand, and Vanuatu Cultural Centre in Vanuatu, and with ...
Activity 1: Establishment of a Master degree in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) at Yarmouk University
The Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Master programme was established and launched at Yarmouk University in winter semester 2005/2006. Over 30 students and 10 faculty members were involved in ...
Activity 2: Development of training courses for heritage professionals
A first three-day intensive training course in preventive conservation was organized at Yarmouk University on September 5th - 8th 2005 for 10 heritage professionals from the Yarmouk University ...
Activity 3: Development and implementation of a teaching module in cultural heritage for schools
teaching module in cultural heritage for primary and secondary schools in Jordan is being developed. It is expected to be approved by the Jordanian Ministry of Education in the nearest future ...
Activity 4 : Preparation of a sample conservation and management plan for a selected heritage site in Jordan
A model conservation and management plan for the cultural heritage site of Abila in Northern Jordan is being developed jointly by a working group of teachers and students from BTU and Yarmouk ...
Activity 5: Preparation of guidelines for an integrated concept for archaeological and natural sciences
The integrated concept of archaeological and natural sciences has been worked out as an integral part of various courses taught within the Cultural Resource Management programme at Yarmouk ...
Patrimonito means 'small heritage' in Spanish and the character represents a young heritage guardian. Patrimonito has been widely adopted as the international mascot of the World Heritage ...
The KIT: World Heritage in Young Hands
Sharing knowledge about heritage conservation with young people in the form of a journey through the world's magnificent cultural and natural heritage...
An innovative education concept!