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
NGOs and Ethics
This working group takes the reflections on ethical principles or guidelines for ICH NGO activities further to concrete proposals.
Antoine Gauthier (email@example.com) and Naila Ceribasic (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Working Group – Thursday 7th of December 2017 1.30 pm – 2.30 pm
The Ethics Working Group will meet Thursday 7th of December 1.30 pm-2.30 pm in the NGO Forum Room – Samda hall, and is open for everybody to participate.
Dr. Marc Jacobs from the NGO FARO and the UNESCO Chair on ICH at Free University Brussels (Belgium), will present on ICH and Ethics.
We will also work on an international code of ethics proposal for NGOs working in the ICH field. Those interested in joining the Working Group, making an intervention during the meeting, or receiving in advance the proposed text of the code of ethics of the Forum (actually being translated towards English) are welcome to contact Mr. Antoine Gauthier at email@example.com
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