In celebration of both the International Youth Year (IYY) and Tenth Anniversary of the International Year of Volunteers (IYV+10), a global youth volunteer exchange on transformational change through non-formal education for life skills, heritage education, and literacy will take place at UNESCO Headquarters from 30 June to 1 July 2011.  This workshop is jointly organized by the United ...
The World Heritage Centre is pleased to inform you that, in agreement with the Chair of the World Heritage Committee, the 35th session of the World Heritage Committee will be held at UNESCO Headquarters (Room I) in Paris from 19 to 29 June 2011. Please note that a registration desk will be available to participants who wish to register on 19 June 2011 (10h-18h) . In addition, a meeting of ...
World Heritage Marine Programme Side Event
19-Jun-2011 - 29-Jun-2011
On 24 June 2011, the World Heritage Marine Programme hosted a special evening event dedicated to the cause of conserving marine World Heritage sites. The event was part of the 35th Session of the World Heritage Committee which took place in Paris from 19-29 June 2011. The side event was organized with the financial support of the Government of Flanders. All three major partners to the World ...
In conjunction with the 35th  session of the World Heritage Committee session at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France, and in the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme, the 3rd IberoAmerican World Heritage Youth Forum will be held from June 14-24 in Santillana del Mar and Zaragoza, Spain. The event is organized by the Ministry of Culture of Spain and is part of the ...
"Niger, river and men" will be opened to the public in Mali national museum, Bamako, from 10. May to 31. July 2011. The exhibition was produced by UNESCO and its partners as part of the "Niger-Loire : Governance and Culture" project and intends to raise awareness of the general public and decision makers on the cultural assets of the Niger river and challenges for its future. The scenography ...
Based on an analysis of existing marine World Heritage sites and their distribution among the 18 IUCN marine regions, the Indian Ocean has been identified as one of the regions under-represented on the World Heritage List. In support of the Global Strategy toward a balanced, credible and representative World Heritage List, a comparative regional assessment is being undertaken in the Indian ...
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