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Partnerships

Ensuring thatWorld Heritage sites sustain their outstanding universal value is an increasingly challenging mission in today’s complex world, where sites are vulnerable to the effects of uncontrolled urban development, unsustainable tourism practices, neglect, natural calamities, pollution, political instability, and conflict.
World Heritage preservation costs money and takes collective effort, and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre welcomes assistance in many different forms to carry out this important work.

Since 2002, the World Heritage Partnerships for Conservation Initiative (PACT) has helped raise awareness, mobilize funds, and implement activities through creative and innovative partnerships.

Our Partners

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.

Become a Partner

Do you want to become a partner?
Learn about the benefits, principles
and regulatory frameworks
of our partnerships.

Engage with us in 3 steps.

Priorities

Sites in Danger

Preservation of properties inscribed on
the List of World Heritage sites in Danger 
is a priority for the development
of partnerships.

Thematic programmes

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.

Earthen architecture Forests Modern heritage Small insular developing States Marine programme Sustainable tourism World Heritage cities Education.

Strategic Objectives of the World Heritage Convention
the Five "Cs"

Budapest Declaration (2002), The "fifth C" (2007)

Credibility 

Strengthen the Credibility of the World Heritage List, as a representative and geographically balanced testimony of cultural and natural properties of outstanding universal value;

Conservation 

Ensure the effective Conservation of World Heritage properties;

Capacity-building

Promote the development of Capacity-building measures, including assistance for preparing the nomination of properties, implementation of the World Heritage Convention and related instruments;


Communication

Increase public awareness, involvement and support for World Heritage through Communication.

Communities

To enhance the role of Communities in the implementation of the World Heritage Convention.

Contact

World Heritage Partnerships for Conservation Initiative (PACT)
World Heritage Centre
UNESCO, Paris, France
d.morisse@unesco.org

Contact us