Through our research, leadership and community resilience, Heritage Saskatchewan informs new thinking about heritage. In turn, we sharing our knowledge with the people of Saskatchewan to strengthen our collective ability…Read More
The complete list of NGO’s accredited to provide advisory services to the Committee along with corresponding accreditation forms is published on the UNESCO 2003 Convention’s website. Find it here.
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On 5th November 2020 took place the first online conference on the topic. Almost 150 people participated from 26 countries. The conference was highly appreciated and a big step in…Read More
Key issues in heritage studies and public folklore will be explored in a webinar presented by the Fellows of the American Folklore Society (AFS) on March 10th, 1 – 3…Read More
(voir ci-dessous pour la version française) Call to all Accredited NGOs At its General Meeting in 2019, the ICH NGO Forum decided, on an exceptional basis, to suspend the application…Read More
The aim of the Nordic-Baltic ICH network is to share good practices and methodology on safeguarding intangible cultural heritage (ICH) in Nordic and Baltic countries. The network emphasizes community involvement and…Read More