Synthesis based on relevant Committee decisions
The World Heritage Committee encourages States Parties and local communities to maintain their efforts with regard to the mobilisation and full involvement of the youth in the conservation of the property (based on case law on decisions on State of Conservation).
|6.5 - Youth
|See for examples Decisions:
|38 COM 7B.52 43 COM 7A.55 43 COM 7A.53 43 COM 7A.52 43 COM 8B.14 44 COM 7B.10
“[International Assistance could be dedicated to] stimulate joint education, information and promotional programmes and activities, especially when they involve the participation of young people for the benefit of World Heritage conservation.
[International Assistance could be dedicated] at the national level for meetings specifically organized to make the Convention better known, especially amongst young people (…) [and for the] preparation and discussion of education and information material (…) for the general promotion of the Convention and the World Heritage List (…), and especially for young people”.
|6.5 - Youth
|OG Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention (WHC.19/01 - 10 July 2019)
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