Within the Africities 2003 congress, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre is organizing a special session on "African Cities and Heritage", to be held on Thursday 4 December 2003. Bringing together African and European mayors and parliamentarians, as well as representatives from universities and groups devoted to international cooperation this session will be the occasion to open a discussion ...
The 1999 amendments to the Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter incorporated the concept of interpretation in conservation, as an essential part of securing the future of heritage places by informing and exciting their constituencies. Interpretation can communicate cultural significance and reflect diverse identities and values. But at times the medium overwhelms the message- just as ...
National Coordinators from Russia, Ukraine and representatives of the national coordinators from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Belarus will participate in the International Training Workshop for the preparation of the Periodic Reporting exercise. All the participating countries need to fill in Section I of the Report concerning the implementation of the World Heritage Convention on the ...
In 1998 the World Heritage Committee adopted a Format and Explanatory Notes for Periodic Reporting on the protection of the world’s cultural and natural sites on the UNESCO List. Reporting will be done on a regional basis and over 6-years cycle. There is an obvious need to handle the comprehensive information that will result.At a meeting on periodic reporting on 1 July 2003, during the ...
Organized by: the World Heritage Centre, UNESCO, IUCN, and the Natural Heritage Protection Fund (Russia) with support from the German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety at the International Academy for Nature Conservation, Isle of Vilm.
Organized by: the World Heritage Centre, UNESCO, IUCN, and the Natural Heritage Protection Fund (Russia) with support from the German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety at the International Academy for Nature Conservation, Isle of Vilm. The Seminar dealt in lectures, case studies and discussions with the following topics:− Implementation of the World ...
The meeting on 9-10 July 2007, which focuses on management of World Heritage sites, will bring together site managers from German speaking countries and serve to inform German site managers about the Periodic Reporting exercise.
The meeting will be held during the 27th Session of the Committee
Information concerning the forthcoming 27th Session of the World Heritage CommitteeRegional Programme for the Arab StatesLinking Universal and Local Values: Managing a Sustainable Future for World Heritage, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22-24 May 2003
These conclusions and recommendations were agreed upon by the participants at the conference Linking Universal and Local Values: Managing a Sustainable Future for World Heritage (Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22-24 May 2003). The conference was attended by representatives from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Canada, Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, France, Georgia, ...
The First Joint European and World Heritage network (Nicosia, Cyprus, 7 to 11 May2003) is co-organized by the Council of Europe and UNESCO’s World HeritageCentre. The main objective of the meeting is to bring together the nationalcoordinators for the Council of Europe’s HEREIN programme and the national focalpoints for UNESCO’s periodic reporting exercise. Representatives ...
Organized by the World Heritage Centre in cooperation with the Municipal Government of Chandigarh and the Chandigarh School of Architecture. It saw participation from thirty experts from the region. Presentations on properties and sites of Modern Heritage, prepared by individual experts, included among others the Oval Maidan and Marine Drive in Mumbai, and Chandigarh (India), the Shanghai ...
Information Meeting for States Parties
Wednesday, 22 January 2003
This was the second informational meeting organized for all States Parties representatives of Europe and North America regions (first one being hold in Budapest, Hungary on occasion of the 26th Session of the WH Committee. During the meetings participants were briefed on the periodic report process and provided with a calendar of events and deadlines for the completion of Section I and II of ...
Expected outcomes All World Heritage Site Managers leave the meeting understanding the purpose of periodic reporting, the process and timetable for preparing the national and synthesized reports, their roles and responsibilities, and the next steps.  They are equipped to begin the organisation and drafting of their Section II reports and understand the IT application to do so. Primary ...
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