The World Heritage Centre has launched an Online Consultation with key World Heritage stakeholders on the Reactive Monitoring process. The consultation, which is taking place until 14 September 2018, will gather feedback and comments from key World Heritage stakeholders on this crucial process of the World Heritage Convention.

This inclusive online consultation invites States Parties to the World Heritage Convention, World Heritage Committee Members, UNESCO Category 2 Institutes and Centres specializing in World Heritage and civil society organizations with activities in the fields covered by the World Heritage Convention, etc. to provide feedback and comments by completing an online survey by 18 September 2018.

The results of the consultation will feed into the project elaborated by the World Heritage Centre to implement Decision 40 COM 7. This project consists of an evaluation of the Reactive Monitoring process, with the objective to reinforce the implementation of the World Heritage Convention by strengthening the effectiveness and improving the understanding of its Reactive Monitoring process. The results of this evaluation will be presented to the World Heritage Committee at its 43rd session (Baku, Azerbaijan, 30 June – 10 July 2019).