Voir la version française plus bas Dear representatives of NGOs accredited to the 2003 Convention Committee in Europe region, In 2019, the European Young Heritage Professionals Forum brought together 28…Read More
REGIONAL WORKING GROUPS
The ICH NGO forum has launched regional networks to share experiences and find ways to develop network cooperation, relationships and capacities in the regions.
To that effect, regional meetings of NGOswere held in Jeju to further enhance, and support from the regions efforts of the Forum, determined to be an even more active role player in the process of safeguarding ICH.
To establish this, regional working group meetings were held in Jeju, where the first exchange of ideas, challenges and possible networking strategies were discussed.
You can access the reports of regional meetings here:
- 171203 – WG Asia Pacific region CAP workshop2017
- 171203 – WG Africa
- 171203 – WG Latin America and the Caribbean
- 171206 – WG Western Europe and North America
REGIONAL WORKING GROUPS
Africa: Mr. Butholezwe Kgosi NYATHI – Amagugu International Heritage Center (Zimbabwe) – email@example.com
Arab States: Ms. Reme Sakr – Syria Trust for Development (Syria) – (R.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Asia and the Pacific: Mr. Dong Hwan Choi – CICS, Center for Intangible Cultural Studies (Republic of Korea) – email@example.com
Eastern Europe: Mr. Kaloyan Nikolov – EAFF, European Association of Folklore Festivals (Bulgaria) – kaloyanik(@)gmail.com
Latin America and the Caribbean: Mr. Jorge Gustavo Caicedo – La Enciclopedia del Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial / The Intangible Cultural Heritage Encyclopedia (Mexico)- (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Western Europe and North America: Mrs Meg NÖMGÅRD – Berättarnätet Kronoberg/ The Storytelling Network of Kronoberg (Sweden) – email@example.com
International: Mrs Naila CERIBAŠIC – ICTM, International Council for Traditional Music – firstname.lastname@example.org
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