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The UNESCO World Heritage Centre (WHC) developed the World Heritage City Dialogues (Dialogues) in 2019 within the context of the World Heritage Cities Programme, one of the six thematic programmes approved and monitored by the World Heritage Committee. The Dialogues function as an online Forum, which brings together: the site managers of the UNESCO World Heritage cities in each world region, ...
From Wednesday 27 to Thursday 28 October 2021, the Cultural Heritage Administration of China will co-host with the Municipality of Beijing the “Asian Dialogue for Cultural Heritage Conservation”. This multilateral conference will bring together cultural representatives from more than 30 Asian countries and international experts to discuss cultural heritage conservation under the theme ‘Asian ...
Ocean science is critical for the sustainable management of UNESCO marine World Heritage sites. Yet despite their iconic status, many sites lack essential capacity, technology and financing for generating the ocean science they need to ensure that the world’s marine heritage can be transmitted to future generations. In response, UNESCO is organizing its first virtual conference to identify ...
La Noche del Patrimonio online from 15 Spanish World Heritage cities La Noche del Patrimonio is an unprecedented world-class cultural and artistic event taking placesimultaneously in the 15 Spanish World Heritage Cities. For one special night every September, the best of international contemporary dance, UNESCO World Heritage sites and local culture expressions light up the cityscape ...
An International Advisory Committee (IAC) for the World Heritage properties in Uzbekistan will be launched on 15 September 2021 in Khiva, Uzbekistan in the framework of the International Cultural Forum “Central Asia at the Crossroads of World Civilizations”. This meeting will bring together relevant authorities of Uzbekistan, staff of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, representatives of the ...
A UNESCO “Peer Exchange on Experiences Collecting Cultural Indicators in the Africa Region: Case studies from Kenya & Zimbabwe” was organized for the Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage of Mauritius on 15 September 2021 by the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in partnership with the UNESCO Institute of Statistics. The hybrid meeting united 26 participants, including the ...
Comoros National Center of Documentation and Scientific Research (CNDRS), with the support of UNESCO, organized a two-day capacity-building workshop entitled “Training of Tour Guides for the Heritage of Comoros” on 1 and 2 September 2021. The hybrid workshop was held online with the physical participation of 25 youth participants (over a third of which were females), from 6 historical sites ...
During the extended 44th session of the World Heritage Committee, the side event, ‘Looking into the future: Highlights of the Regional Action Plan for Africa (2021 – 2027)’ will take place on 30 July. The event will take place on Zoom platform from 4pm to 5.30pm (Paris Time, GMT +2) and will reflect the Regional Report and Action Plan (2021-2027) for Africa, which is the result of the Third ...
Press conference (online)on 18 July at 10:00 am CEST (UTC+2 Paris Time) Participants Tian XuejunChair of the Extended 44th session of the World Heritage Committee, Vice Minister of Education and Chairperson of the National Commissionof the People's Republic of China for UNESCO Ernesto Ottone R.UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture Mechtild RösslerDirector of the UNESCO World ...
In order to strengthen its role as an international exchange platform for heritage education, the World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and the Pacific Region under the auspices of UNESCO (WHITRAP) is announcing a global call for Innovative Case Studies on World Heritage. The aim is to select outstanding cases which exemplify innovative approaches to World Heritage on ...
This side event to the Extended 44th session of the World Heritage Committee will include presentations on the historic capital cities of Beijing, Rome, Kyoto and Brasilia by key international experts from the perspective of the HUL Recommendation. The discussion is intended to enhance the global dialogue among capital cities on urban conservation and sustainable development. Major ...
The extended 44th session of the World Heritage Committee is organized by UNESCO in cooperation with the Host Country, the People’s Republic of China. The session will be presided over from Fuzhou by His Excellency Mr Tian Xuejun, Vice Minister of Education and Chairperson of the National Commission of the People's Republic of China for UNESCO, Chairperson of the extended 44th session of ...
A training workshop to finalize the Sustainable Tourism Management Plan for Comoros was held for the national team on 13 and 14 July 2021, as part of the project "Capacity Building in Sustainable Tourism Development and Management for World Heritage in Comoros" funded by the Netherlands Fund-In-Trust to UNESCO, organized by the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in collaboration with ...
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World Heritage Site Managers' Forum 2021
07-Jul-2021 - 13-Jul-2021
Statement of the 4th World Heritage Site Managers’ Forum English Français Theme for the 4th edition: "World Heritage Governance – Being prepared to manage change and continuity" The World Heritage Site Managers’ Forum was established at the 41st session of World Heritage Committee in 2017, and has become one of the fixed components of the World Heritage Committee ...
You are invited to the UNESCO side event at the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) “Coping with environmental challenges: climate and biodiversity action in UNESCO’s sites” on 6th of July 2021, 1:30pm - 3:00pm CEST. Register Register to participatehttps://bit.ly/3x5fx5Q The side event will begin with a discussion on how to address climate change and biodiversity on land and in the ...
In July 2021, the UNESCO Office in Almaty, in close cooperation with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and three Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Convention (ICCROM, ICOMOS, IUCN), will organize a series of online capacity-building webinars for individuals and organizations responsible for the management of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage sites in Central Asia. Employees of all ...
On 1-2 July 2021, the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) https://climate.copernicus.eu/ will host a workshop with key sectoral stakeholders to discuss climate challenges for Cultural and Natural Heritage, data needs and potential solutions offered by C3S. This workshop aims to:• To understand the climate change-related challenges of the Cultural and Natural Heritagecommunity• To identify ...
A Budget Briefing in conjunction with a presentation of budget document WHC/21/44.COM/14 took place online on 28 June 2021, from 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm (Paris time UTC+2). Presentation English French WHC/21/44.COM/14Presentation of the final accounts of the World Heritage Fund for 2018-2019, report on the execution of the budget of the World Heritage Fund for the ...
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the 2011 UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape The 10th Anniversary of the 2011 UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape (HUL Recommendation) serves as a catalyst for greater adoptions of the HUL approach. Serving as a platform to share lessons learned from COVID-19 and to resume discussions on the future of urban ...
An information meeting on the updating of the 2007 Policy Document on the impacts of climate change on World Heritage properties took place online on 18 June 2021, from 12.30 pm to 3.00 pm (Paris time), in order to present the draft document to all States Parties to the World Heritage Convention, as well as the process followed for its updating. Presentation English ...
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