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The "Bahrain Report" is the outcome of the First annual meeting of World Heritage related Category 2 Centres and of relevant UNESCO Chairs and Higher Education and Research Institutions, which was held on 19-20 December 2010 in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, hosted by the Ministry of Culture of the Kingdom of Bahrain and jointly organized by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and by the Kingdom of ...
Within the framework of the approaching 40th Anniversary of the World Heritage Convention in 2012 and the on-going reflection on the future of the Convention, the World Heritage Committee welcomed, at its 34th session (Brasilia, 2010), the offer of the States Parties of Australia and Bahrain to host an expert meeting in Bahrain, on the decision-making procedures of the statutory organs of the ...
The Significance of World Heritage: Origins, Management, Consequences is to be the first international conference arranged by The World Heritages: Global Discourses and Local Implementations WHILD. Founded in 2003 and situated at Dalarna University, Sweden, "The World Heritage: Global Discourse and Local Implementation", WHILD, started as a research environment, above all in the humanities ...
This workshop was organized as a follow-up to the meeting in Dublin, Ireland, in 2009. The meeting was hosted by the Dutch authorities and attended by representatives of States Parties, the Advisory Bodies and the World Heritage Centre. It focused on the second cycle of Periodic Reporting exercise, retrospective Statements of Outstanding Universal Value, drafting and harmonisation of ...
The first day was devoted to Retrospective Statements of Outstanding Value, with the managers of the Brazilian sites. The following days were spent on the Periodic Reporting exercise, and the national focal points and site managers of South America took part. One hundred and twenty participants from 10 countries attended, including national focal points, site managers and Brazilian ...
Within the framework of the international conferences which HERITY organizes every two years, the first (2006) was on Quality in Cultural Heritage Management: models and methods of classification, and the Second (2008) on Measuring the Value of material Cultural Heritage. After each conference the proceedings are published. The Third conference will be focused on "Observing Cultural Heritage" ...
The African World Heritage Fund, a Category II Center in South Africa under the auspices of UNESCO, is pleased to announce the launch of the first edition of the Nomination Training Course for Arabic-speaking African countries, organized in partnership with the World Heritage Centre, the Algerian Ministry of Culture, the Spanish Agency for International Developement Co-operation, IUCN, ICOMOS ...
For the first time, all 43 marine World Heritage Site Managers will come together to discuss their common conservation challenges and management success stories. The meeting aims at building a stronger community of World Heritage marine site managers that is well informed about the good practices of each other, has access to the latest think­ing in science, technology and management, and ...
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