Meeting of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe on the Implementation of the Second Cycle of the Periodic Reporting Exercise
Workshop for World Heritage National Focal Points from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe within the framework of the Second Cycle of the Periodic Reporting Exercise on the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention
Within the framework of the Second Cycle of Periodic Reporting exercise, a Workshop for World Heritage National Focal Points from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe was hosted by the Georgian authorities, namely the Georgian National Commission for UNESCO, the Ministry of Culture of Georgia, the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia, in Tbilisi from 14 to 16 November 2012.
During the first day, the presentations were divided in two main parts, comprising the introduction to the Second Cycle of the Periodic Reporting Exercise, and presentations on specific key conservation and management issues by property category.
The second day of the workshop was dedicated to a discussion on the use of the Periodic Reporting exercise in support of the implementation of the “5C’s” Strategic Objectives adopted by the World Heritage Committee.
Taking into account that the National Focal Points were expected to organize workshops/seminars and act as trainers in further seminars and workshops with national authorities and site managers, the Advisory Bodies provided recommendations for training site managers in the context of their participation in the completion of Section II of the Periodic Reporting questionnaire.
- General Information
- Preparatory Questionnaire
- Handbook for Site Managers
- Final report – Tbilisi Workshop, November 2012
- Final report – Berlin Workshop, September 2012
- Final report – Kotor Regional meeting, June 2012
- Final report – Sibiu Workshop, May 2012
- Final report – Prague Workshop, May 2011
- Discussion and collecting ideas
- Hungarian Law on World Heritage (2011/LXXVII entered into force 1st January 2012)
- Introduction to the 2nd Cycle of the Periodic Reporting Exercise, Principles, objectives and timetable
- Introduction to the 3rd C Capacity-Building
- Opening of the Sub – Regional Workshop for World Heritage National Focal Points in the Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe Second Cycle of the Periodic Reporting Exercise for Europe and North America Tbilisi, Georgia 14 – 16 November 2012
- Processes related to the Second Cycle of Periodic Reporting
- Recommendations for training of site managers concerning World Heritage Processes
- Second Periodic Reporting exercise for Europe
- The Periodic Reporting Exercise in support of the implementation of the 5Cs Strategic Objectives
- The Periodic Reporting exercise as a capacity-building tool: promotion of the development of effective Capacity-Building measures
- The Periodic Reporting exercise as an important tool for more effective long term Conservation of World Heritage properties
- The Periodic Reporting exercise as an opportunity to implement measures towards making the World Heritage List more representative, balanced and credible
- The Periodic Reporting exercise as an opportunity to improve public awareness, involvement and support for World Heritage through Communication
- The Periodic Reporting exercise as an opportunity to reinforce involvement of local Communities in the implementation of the World Heritage Convention
- The revised Periodic Reporting Questionnaires: general features
- World Heritage Natural Properties: specific key conservation and management issues by property category
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Friday, November 16, 2012