Founded in 2008, CRIA – Centre for Research in Anthropology – has 78 full-time researchers among 240 affiliated members. Formally a non-profit association, CRIA is hosted by four public university…Read More
Global Results framework
The purpose of this working group is, in particular, to consider how best to implement and use the Global Results Framework of the Convention, particularly in the preparation of periodic reports, but also throughout national or local safeguarding plans that incorporate evaluation objectives to varying degrees.
The working group may eventually evolve to an ICH measurement advisory group to develop and share specific expertise in support of States Parties, NGOs, communities and other relevant stakeholders, including through reflection or training sessions.
Antoine Gauthier (email@example.com
Dear accredited NGO members, as you know, the Register of Best Safeguarding Practices under Article 18 of the 2003 Convention is a tool to share and learn from the successful…Read More
By Albert van der Zeijden, Dutch Centre for Intangible Heritage (VIE) The Dutch Centre for Intangibe Heritage, the organization I work for, is responsible for the implementation of the UNESCO…Read More