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ONGOING PROJECT

Supported by Japan, Republic of Korea and Norway, UNESCO has introduced a workshop series in 14 beneficiary countries in the Asia-Pacific Region. The workshops target not only governmental personnel but also members of communities, ICH bearers and practitioners and individual researchers, who play vital roles in processes of the implementation of the Convention in their countries.

PAST PROJECT

Reviving traditional decorative arts and building crafts, and developing preventative conservation skills among local caretakers of heritage.

PAST PROJECT

Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Cultural Tourism: Opportunities and Challenges, Hue, Viet Nam, December 2007.

PAST PROJECT

PAST PROJECT

UNESCO, with support from Gangneung City, Republic of Korea, and the Korean National Commission for UNESCO, has launched a pilot project to document a selection of traditional children’s games from the Asia-Pacific region. This project commenced in 2010 by groups of researchers from 4 countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Malaysia and Thailand. 14 ethnic groups were reflected in the documentation.