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Advisory Bodies

Three international non-governmental or intergovernmental organizations are named in the Convention to advise the Committee in its deliberations.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is an international, non-governmental organization that provides the World Heritage Committee with technical evaluations of natural heritage properties and, through its worldwide network of specialists, reports on the state of conservation of listed properties. With more than 1000 members, IUCN was established in 1948 and is located in Gland, Switzerland.

The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) provides the World Heritage Committee with evaluations of cultural and mixed properties proposed for inscription on the World Heritage List. It is an international, non-governmental organization founded in 1965, with an international secretariat in Paris.

The International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) is an intergovernmental body which provides expert advice on how to conserve listed properties, as well as training in restoration techniques. ICCROM was set up in 1956 and is located in Rome.

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Show 39COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 38COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 37COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 36COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 35COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 35COM 5D Roles of the World Heritage Centre and the Advisory Bodies
Show 34COM 5B Reports of the Advisory Bodies
Show 34COM 5C Roles of the World Heritage Centre and the Advisory Bodies
Show 28COM 14B.3 Format of recommandations of the Advisory Bodies
Show 20COM X.1-9 Cooperation Between the Advisory Bodies and the World Heritage Centre