PRE-REGISTRATION for NGO CAPACITY-BUILDING Republic of KOREA 1-3 DECEMBER 2017 Are you a member of an NGO accredited under the UNESCO Intangible Heritage Convention? Do you have questions about the…Read More
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The workshop will take place in Turin on 8-13 October next and it is aimed at representatives of local authorities and communities concerned with UNESCO designations, including those related to…Read More
The International Journal of Intangible Heritage was first published in 2006 in response to the rapidly growing academic and professional interests in the intangible heritage, particularly following the widespread ratification…Read More