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In 2004 a three-year series on the Management and Conservation of World Heritage Sites was launched with a view to better utilizing the UNESCO Convention on the World’s natural and cultural heritage through national policy-making and planning, and the exchange of information on best practices and case studies. The second training workshop in the UNITAR series will build on the findings ...
The Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic and Slovak National Commission for UNESCO are organizing the International Training Workshop on the preparation of Section II of the Periodic Report for Central and South Eastern Europe. The Section II of the Periodic Report on the state of conservation of specific World Heritage properties will be examined by the World Heritage Committee at its ...
"Cultural Landscapes in the 21st Century: Laws, Management and Public Participation: Heritage as a Challenge of Citizenship". The Tenth International Seminar of the network of universities Forum UNESCO - University and Heritage will be hosted by the International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies (ICCHS) at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K, from 11 to 16 April 2005 on the ...
Following the decision of the Chairperson of the World Heritage Committee, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the Pakistan National Commission for UNESCO will organize a Sub-regional Workshop to follow-up on the implementation of the World Heritage Convention and the State of Conservation of sites in South Asia. Government officers and experts from 7 countries, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, ...
A presentation of the results of the Cultural Heritage Project realized within the framework of the Tripartite Convention of collaboration ‘UNESCO - Government of Islamic Republic of Mauritania – World Bank.’ This includes a conference, a travelling exhibition, a partners’ round-table, and the showing of a documentary film. There will also be a presentation of UNESCO headquarters’ ...
The World Heritage Committee at its 28th Session requested the World Heritage Centre to convene a special meeting of experts of all regions on the concept of outstanding universal value as used for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention. The World Heritage List includes 788 properties of great diversity in terms of types, location, size and age. What unites them all is that ...
World Heritage Education Forum
06-Apr-2005 - 11-Apr-2005
The WHEF is hosted by the University of Newcastle in conjunction with the Council for British Archaeology and the Hadrian’s Wall Community and Education Team, the Forum is targeted at students between 15 and 18. All students are accompanied by a teacher, and a number of schools are also bringing a representative of their local World Heritage Site. At present ten schools from the UK ...
The focal points from the Nordic countries met to go over the process of completing Section II of the Questionnaire and agreed to call a meeting to establish an effective strategy to involve site managers at the local level and a technical workshop to provide training and guidance to fill in the questions contained in Section II.
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