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05COM(1981)
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La cinquième session du Comité du patrimoine mondial s'est tenue à Sydney, Australie du 26 au 30 octobre 1981, à l'aimable invitation du gouvernement australien.  Les États membres du Comité dont la liste suit étaient présents à la réunion: République fédérale d'Allemagne, Argentine, Australie, ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
Pays : Allemagne Argentine Australie Brésil Bulgarie Chypre Égypte États-Unis d'Amérique France Guinée Iraq Italie Jordanie Népal Pakistan République arabe syrienne Suisse Tunisie
[Uniquement en anglais] Representatives of the International Centre for Conservation in Rome (ICCROM), the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), and the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) attended the meeting in an advisory capacity.
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] Observers from seven States Parties to the Convention not members of the Committee, namely Canada, Chile, India, Iran, Malta, Poland and Portugal also participated in the session, as well as observers from one intergovernmental organization, the Arab Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organisation (ALECSO) and two international non-governmental organizations, the ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The meeting was formally opened by the Prime Minister of Australia, The Rt. Hon. Malcolm Fraser, who welcomed delegates and observers to his country. The Prime Minister referred to the concept of a World Heritage as a profound expression of co-operation between people and a willingness to share, and stated that the World Heritage Convention was an important milestone ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais]  In reply, the representative of the Director-General of Unesco, Mr. G. Bolla, thanked the Prime Minister for his welcome and expressed the profound gratitude of the participants for the kind invitation to hold the meeting in Sydney and for the generous hospitality of the Australian people. He also recalled the concern of Mr. Amadou Mahtar M'Bow, Director- General ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] Professor R. O. Slatyer (Australia) was elected Chairman of the Committee by acclamation and he delivered a brief address.
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] 7. The Committee adopted the agenda for the session. 8. A delegate suggested that two working groups be set up in order to examine a number of questions of principle relating to the implementation of the Convention, and, in particular, the procedures for the evaluation of nominated properties and the way to strike a better balance between the cultural heritage and the ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] At its fourth session (Paris, 1-5 September 1980), the Committee elected five Vice-Chairmen including the representatives of Ghana and Yugoslavia. However, at the Third General Assembly of States Parties to the World Heritage Convention, which met in Belgrade on 7 October 1980, Ghana and Yugoslavia, whose term of office was due to expire at the end of the 21st session ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] To avoid a repetition of this situation a number of proposals were put forward, in particular to amend the Rules of Procedure of the Committee. At the end of the debate, the Committee was of the opinion that Rule 12.1 of the Rules of Procedure should not be amended. It decided that henceforth, in the year when the General Assembly of States Parties to the Convention is ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee thereafter elected by acclamation the delegates of the following States members of the Committee as Vice-Chairmen: the Federal Republic of Germany, Brazil, Bulgaria, Guinea and Nepal. Mr Azedine Beschaouch (Tunisia) was re-elected Rapporteur by acclamation.
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
Pays : Allemagne Brésil Bulgarie Guinée Népal Tunisie
[Uniquement en anglais] The Rapporteur, Mr A. Beschaouch, referred to the main points of the report on the fifth session of the Bureau of the Committee, held in Paris from 4 to 7 May 1981. In particular, he draw attention to the twenty-seven properties recommended for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] 13. The Committee examined one by one the nominations of those properties which the Bureau had recommended for inclusion on the World Heritage List. In each case, the Committee took note of the comments of the representatives of ICOMOS and/or IUCN, who had made an evaluation of each property in relation to the criteria for inscription. The Committee also noted, for ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais]  In reporting on the activities undertaken during the last twelve months relating to the implementation of the Convention, the representative of the Director-General informed the Committee that a total of sixty-one States had now adhered to the Convention. There were however some regions in which only a few countries had ratified the Convention and the Secretariat ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
Le Comité a décidé d'inscrire sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial tous les biens dont l'inscription avait été recommandé par le Bureau.  Deux propositions d'inscription, celles du Fort de Lahore et des Jardins de Shalimar à Lahoreon eté réunies et par conséquent les vingt-six suivants ont été inscrits ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
Sites : Abbaye cistercienne de Fontenay Arles, monuments romains et romans Cathédrale d'Amiens Cathédrale de Spire Fort et jardins de Shalimar à Lahore La Grande Barrière Le précipice à bisons Head-Smashed-In Médina de Fès Monuments historiques à Makli, Thatta Palais et parc de Fontainebleau Parc archéologique et ruines de Quirigua Parc national de Kakadu Parc national de Los Glaciares Parc national de Mammoth Cave Parc national de Serengeti Parc national des oiseaux du Djoudj Parc national du Darien Parc national du Niokolo-Koba Parc national Olympique Région des lacs Willandra Réserve naturelle intégrale du mont Nimba Résidence de Wurtzbourg avec les jardins de la Cour et la place de la Résidence Ruines de Kilwa Kisiwani et de Songo Mnara SGang Gwaay Théâtre antique et ses abords et « Arc de Triomphe » d'Orange Val de Loire entre Sully-sur-Loire et Chalonnes
Pays : Allemagne Argentine Australie Canada Émirats arabes unis États-Unis d'Amérique France Guatemala Guinée Maroc Panama Sénégal
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee took note of the decision of the Bureau to defer twenty nominations because additional information was required. The meeting was informed that the Australian Government had withdrawn the nomination of the Sydney Opera House in its setting and that it hoped to submit a revised nomination in due course. In addition, the Rapporteur and the Secretariat ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
Sites : Opéra de Sydney
Pays : Algérie Australie
[Uniquement en anglais] 19. The Secretariat reported on public information activities under- taken in implementation of the decisions taken by the Committee at its fourth session. The attention of the Committee was drawn, in particular, to the problem of obtaining adequate visual material on World Heritage sites . With respect to future activities the Secretariat proposed to continue the ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine the above agenda items as well as the question of protecting world heritage properties. After discussing the different recommendations formulated by the working group, the Committee adopted the following guidelines relating to these questions :
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee agreed that there was a need for a statement on the dual concepts of representativeness and selectivity to guide the Committee in the development of the World Heritage List. During the discussion, many delegates spoke of the need to ensure that the List was fully representative of all natural systems and cultures. Whilst it was acknowledged that the ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee agreed to support the holding of meetings which could : help to create interest in the Convention within the countries of a given region ; create a greater awareness of the different issues related to the implementation of the Convention to promote more active involvement in its application ; be a means of exchanging experiences ; stimulate critical ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee decided to remind States Parties of the desirability of submitting tentative lists which should contain the following information : the name of the property the geographical location of the property a brief description of the property a brief justification of the outstanding universal value of the property in accordance with the criteria set out in ...
Session : 5e session du Comité (CONF 003)
Année : 1981