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The Meeting will focus on the topic “Sustainability and Management of World Heritage”. A scientific committee formed by representatives of Spain (World Heritage Cities of Spain Group, Ministry of Culture and Sport, Cultural Landscapes Alliance), France (Association des Biens Français du Patrimoine Mundial), Germany (UNESCO-Welterbestätten Deutschland) and Italy (Associazione Beni Italiani ...
From 25 to 29 November 2019, the World Heritage Marine Programme is organizing a workshop in the Komodo National Park (Indonesia) in support of the marine management of the World Heritage site.  While perhaps best known for the Komodo Dragon, the Komodo National Park is also home to a stunning array of corals, fish, seabirds, turtles and marine mammals.  The workshop will bring together key ...
The World Heritage Committee highlighted the crucial importance of involving indigenous peoples, local communities and residents in conservation and management efforts for World Heritage properties, as well as other heritage sites in general, and this has become a part of five official Strategic Objectives of the World Heritage Committee. In this framework, the UNESCO Office in New Delhi is ...
“World Heritage – Protection, Interpretation, Use” A meeting of site managers of World Heritage properties of religious interest was held in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Poland from 25 to 27 November 2019 to discuss “World Heritage – Protection, Interpretation, Use”. World Heritage site managers meeting “World Heritage – Protection, Interpretation, Use” organized by the ...
The People, Nature, Culture course aims at contributing towards the new paradigm shift ‘from the care of heritage to that of pursuing the wellbeing of both heritage (natural and cultural) and society as a whole’. The goal is to strengthen understanding of people and communities as a core component of heritage management among those involved in heritage management, thus ensuring that natural ...
14-18 November 2019, Isle of Vilm, Germany This International Expert Workshop will create a tailored action plan and timetable to ensure World Heritage can make an impactful contribution to shaping the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. The results are expected to inform the processes under both the UNESCO World Heritage Convention and the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). This ...
Following the ambitious capacity-building strategy adopted within the framework of the sub-regional Action Plans for World Heritage, the Regional Institute of World Heritage in Zacatecas, a Category 2 Centre under the auspices of UNESCO, will organize a workshop aimed at improving the States Parties’ use of the Tentative Lists at the national and regional level. It will take place in Havana, ...
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