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47 Décisions
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Année (début) : 1981close
Année (fin) : 1981close
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Le Comité a décidé d'inscrire sur la Liste du patrimoine mondial tous les biens dont l'inscription avait été recommandé par le Bureau.  Deux propositions d'inscription, celles du Fort de Lahore et des Jardins de Shalimar à Lahoreon eté réunies et par conséquent les vingt-six suivants ont été inscrits : [Uniquement en anglais] Name of Property Nomination submitted by Id No. Los Glaciares Argentina 145 Kakadu National Park Australia 147 NB The Committee noted that the Australian Government intended to proclaim additional areas in the ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee took note of the decision of the Bureau to defer twenty nominations because additional information was required. The meeting was informed that the Australian Government had withdrawn the nomination of the Sydney Opera House in its setting and that it hoped to submit a revised nomination in due course. In addition, the Rapporteur and the Secretariat informed the Committee that the Algerian Authorities intended to revise the nomination relating to the Dey's Palace at Algiers in order to extend it to cover the whole of the Casbah; this revised nomination ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 19. The Secretariat reported on public information activities under- taken in implementation of the decisions taken by the Committee at its fourth session. The attention of the Committee was drawn, in particular, to the problem of obtaining adequate visual material on World Heritage sites . With respect to future activities the Secretariat proposed to continue the implementation of the programme as undertaken and to focus a major part of its efforts on the establishment in each State Party of private foundations or associations for the purpose of promoting the ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee heard the report of the working group set up to examine the above agenda items as well as the question of protecting world heritage properties. After discussing the different recommendations formulated by the working group, the Committee adopted the following guidelines relating to these questions :
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee agreed that there was a need for a statement on the dual concepts of representativeness and selectivity to guide the Committee in the development of the World Heritage List. During the discussion, many delegates spoke of the need to ensure that the List was fully representative of all natural systems and cultures. Whilst it was acknowledged that the Convention itself implied selectivity and that in the short term at least there were other important reasons for limiting the overall size of the List, several delegates argued that the form of words used ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee agreed to support the holding of meetings which could : help to create interest in the Convention within the countries of a given region ; create a greater awareness of the different issues related to the implementation of the Convention to promote more active involvement in its application ; be a means of exchanging experiences ; stimulate critical evaluation and comparative assessments prior to the submission of tentative lists and nominations ; stimulate joint promotional activities. The Committee agreed to make funds available for this ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee decided to remind States Parties of the desirability of submitting tentative lists which should contain the following information : the name of the property the geographical location of the property a brief description of the property a brief justification of the outstanding universal value of the property in accordance with the criteria set out in the Operational Guidelines (including a comparative assessment of similar properties inside and outside State boundaries). The Committee also recommended that natural properties should be grouped ...
[Uniquement en anglais] To prevent the World Heritage list from becoming increasingly imbalanced, the Committee decided to encourage those countries which have several properties already inscribed on the list to exercise restraint in putting forward additional nominations (especially cultural nominations) at least for a limited period of time. This should not be interpreted as suggesting that countries which have not yet proposed properties for inscription on the List should in any way be deterred from bringing forward nominations. On the contrary, the Committee was anxious to ensure that ...
[Uniquement en anglais] On the question of evaluation and protection, the Committee decided : to encourage ICOMOS and IUCN to be as strict as possible in their evaluations and to request the Secretariat to support the NGOs to this end ; to encourage informal discussions between the State Party, the Secretariat and the NGO to advise the State Party on a nomination wherever it seems useful ; to request the Secretariat to distribute as soon as possible after the Bureau Meeting the statement of justification on each property recommended for inclusion on the World Heritage List ; to ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee furthermore decided : a)  to request that representatives of a State Party, whether or not a member of the Committee, should not speak to advocate the inclusion in the list of a property nominated by that State, but only to deal with a point of information in answer to a question ; and b)  to ask that the manner of the professional evaluation carried out by ICOMOS and IUCN should be fully described when each nomination is presented.
[Uniquement en anglais] With particular reference to the evaluation and protection of cultural properties, the Committee requested that : (a) ICOMOS in the future make comparative evaluations of properties belonging to the same cultural phase or area ; (b) ICOMOS prepare for the next Bureau Meeting guidelines for evaluating contemporary architectural structures ; (c) the Secretariat examine with ICCROM and ICOMOS the question of protection and management of listed properties and report back to the Committee.
[Uniquement en anglais] With regard to natural areas, the representatives of IUCN informed the Committee that their expectation was that, according to the criteria currently adopted, approximately 5 to 10 per cent of the 2,000 natural areas which are listed on the United Nations List of National Parks and Protected Areas would meet the criteria for inscription on the World Heritage List. They also informed the Committee that they expected to present the first world list of potential natural World Heritage sites at the World National Parks Congress in October 1982. They explained that this ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee took note of the report of the working group entrusted with the task of examining technical co-operation requests and of proposing a budget for the period from the 5th session to the 5th session of the Committee
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee took note of document CC-81/CONF.003/4 which presented the interim statement of accounts of the World Heritage Fund for the three-year financial period 1981-1983 as at 31 August 1981. It also took note of the fact that as at that date funds available as cash in hand amounted to $1,907,600.75, which did not include some contributions due for 1981. In view of this satisfactory financial situation, the Committee adopted for the period 1 November 1981 to 31 October 1982 a budget amount- ing to $1,940,000 .
[Uniquement en anglais] 32. On the basis of the recommendations of the Bureau and the report of the working group, the Committee approved the following technical co-operation requests: - Cyprus - Paphos (request n°79.1)  $54,000 - Egypt - Historic Centre of Cairo (request n°89.1(2))  $30,000 - Malta - Hal Saflieni Hypogeum (request n°130.1)  $9,000 - Malta - City of Valetta and the Temples of Ggantija (request n°131.1/132.1.)  $3,250 - Poland - Historic Centre of Cracow (request n°29.1)  $75,000 - Senegal - Island of Gorée (request ...
[Uniquement en anglais] 33. Two members of the Committee expressed reservations about the content of the technical co-operation programme for the Old City of Damascus. The Committee shared their opinion in regard to the need for a master plan for the preservation of the traditional urban fabric of the city, and recommended that the competent Syrian authorities establish such a plan.
[Uniquement en anglais] One member of the Committee expressed reservations about the constant need for temporary assistance to the Secretariat for the implementation of the Convention and recommended that the necessary services for the implementation of the Convention be as far as possible provided for under the Regular Programme of Unesco In this connection the Rapporteur drew the attention of the Committee to the considerable increase in the workload and the Secretariat observed that financial support from the Regular Programme to the Convention is also constantly on the increase.
[Uniquement en anglais] 35. The Committee decided to substantially increase the funds allocated to training activities, considering the shortage of qualified personnel as noted in many countries. On this subject the representative of the Director-General indicated that a large-scale world training programme at both the regional and national levels for specialists in the conservation of cultural property could be envisaged within the framework of UNESCO, of the Convention and of ICCROM. This latter organization would be willing to participate in a programme of this type. The Committee ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee adopted the following budget for the period 1 November 1981 to 31 October 1982 : BUDGET         $  I.  Preparatory assistance and regional studies      150,000  II   Technical co-operation   760,500  III  Training   500,000  IV  Emergency assistance   220,000  V  Promotional activities   100,400  VI   Programme support      - ICOMOS  - ...
[Uniquement en anglais] The Committee examined guidelines for the evaluation of technical co-operation requests as proposed by the Bureau and adopted the text set out in Annex II - This text will replace paragraphs 45 to 49 of the "Operational Guidelines for the implementation of the World Heritage Convention" and the following paragraphs of that document will be re-numbered accordingly.