Jeonju International Awards for Promoting Intangible Cultural Heritage Jeonju City, Republic of Korea, invites applications for this award! Candidates for the Awards: Awards are open to Living Human Treasurers (practitioners),…Read More
ICH NGOs & Research
The Working Group Research was established in Windhoek, Namibia, in 2015. Its aim is to encourage exchange of knowledge and information among the members of the ICH-NGO Forum and strenghtening the cooperation between the heritage workers in the field and the researchers. Working Group Meetings always take place during the General Assembly and Intergovernmental Committee Meetings, where members of the ICH-NGO Forum can present topics which they have researched or want to discuss.
Members of the Working Group Research include: Albert van der Zeijden, Egil Bakka (email@example.com), Ananya Bhattacharya, Chiara Bortolotto (firstname.lastname@example.org), Naila Cerabasic (email@example.com), Y.H. Chishi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Nihal Kadioglu Çevik (email@example.com), Harriet Deacon (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dag Feldborg (email@example.com), Antoine Gauthier (firstname.lastname@example.org), Hanhee Hahm (email@example.com), Martin Andrade Pérez (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lluís Garcia Petit (email@example.com), Saifur Rashid (firstname.lastname@example.org), Hanna Schreibder, Laurier Turgeon (Laurier.Turgeon@hst.ulaval.ca), N. Urtnasan (email@example.com), Valentina Zingari (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Coordinator and contact: Albert van der Zeijden – email@example.com
- Report – Intergovernmental Committee 13.COM in Port Louis, Mauritius (December 2018)
- Report – Intergovernmental Committee 12.COM in Jeju, South-Korea (December 2017)
- Report – General Assembly 6.GA in Paris (May 2016)
- Report – Intergovernmental Committee 10.COM in Windhoek, Namibia (November 2015)
The TEMA Erasmus Mundus master’s program in heritage studies, funded by the European Union, will be offering 20 scholarships of a value of 30 000 euros for the two year…Read More
This interactive visual demonstrates the diversity and interconnectedness of the living heritage elements inscribed under the 2003 Convention. Navigate by concepts such as ‘Dance’, ‘Family’, or ‘Rituals’ to see almost…Read More