#HeritageAlive has been publishing articles on a variety of themes concerning intangible cultural heritage (ICH) safeguarding since 2012. After remaining relatively steady in the past, public interest in the online…Read More
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Walking With Saints Ronse, Belgium, 24-26 may 2018 From 24 till 26 May 2018, the city of Ronse and KADOC (Documentation and Research Centre for Religion, Culture and Society of the…Read More
ICHCAP published a book in collaboration with banglanatak dot com, an UNESCO accredited NGO, about ICH NGOs’ contribution to sustainable development. The 29 NGOs’ story showcase us how intangible cultural…Read More
The Summit ‘The Future is Heritage’ is an initiative of the Dutch Centre For Intangible Heritage (Kenniscentrum Immaterieel Erfgoed) and the Dutch Provinces of Noord-Brabant, Gelderland and Overijssel, the regional…Read More