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Preservation of properties inscribed on the List of World Heritage sites in Danger is a priority for the development of partnerships.
A series of thematic programmes have been developed to implement priority actions for the conservation of World Heritage properties for which assistance, both financial and technical, is required.
These programmes are:Earthen architecture, Forests, Modern heritage, Small insular developing States, Marine programme, Sustainable tourism, World Heritage cities, Education.
The World Heritage Centre has established successful partnerships with a diverse range of stakeholders, governments and international governmental organizations, civil society and the private sector. These alliances reflect a commitment to long-term management of sites inscribed on the World Heritage List. Learn more about who our partners are.
A partnership is an arrangement whereby all partners pool their competencies and commitments in a jointly managed venture where benefits and losses are equally shared. It combines the skills and expertise of the private sector with the World Heritage Convention's legitimacy and the Centre's knowledge of conservation issues. How do partners participate?
Do you want to become a partner? Learn about the benefits, principles and regulatory frameworks of our partnerships. Join us now.
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