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  • Newsletter  N°79
  • July-August 2010


34th session of the World Heritage Committee

The World Heritage Committee will meet in Brasília, Brazil, from 25 July to 3 August 2010. During the session, the Committee will examine 41 potential sites for inscription on the World Heritage List and will decide which properties included in the List are to be inscribed on or removed from the List of World Heritage in Danger. It will also monitor the state of conservation of properties inscribed on the World Heritage List and will study the requests for International Assistance to the World Heritage Fund. 

From 25-06-2010    to   04-07-2010  (Trieste - Italy) 

MAREMETRAGGIO 2010 Film Festival More

From 01-07-2010    to   03-07-2010  (Paris - France) 

Madagascar: between Tradition and Modernity More

From 05-07-2010    to   08-07-2010  (Rarotonga - Cooks Islands) 

Workshop on the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Cook Islands More

From 07-07-2010    to   09-07-2010  (Paris - France) 

First meeting of the International Coordination Committee for the Safeguarding of Haitian Cultural Heritage (ICC-Haiti) More

From 07-07-2010    to   24-07-2010  (Paris - France) 

"Voyages" by Sophie Turcon More

From 07-07-2010    to   01-09-2010  (Paris - France) 

Memory of Colors More

From 25-07-2010    to   04-08-2010  (Brasília - Brazil) 

34th Session of The World Heritage Committee More

From 02-08-2010    to   07-08-2010  (Porto-Novo - Benin) 

Regional Training Seminar for Improving Museum Inventories and Documentation in Sub-Saharan Africa More

From 23-08-2010    to   24-08-2010  (Paris - France) 

International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and of its Abolition - 23 August More
List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding  More

2009 Register of Good Safeguarding Practices  More

Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2009  More

First edition of the new UNESCO Port-au-Prince Newsletter  More

Newsletter of the “Portal of Culture of Latin America and the Caribbean”  More

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