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  • Newsletter  N°69
  • September 2009

malikambar_200.gifMalik Ambar, a slave who became king in India© Unesco

The Slave Trade

Bringing to light all aspects of slavery is essential to constructing an overall dispassionate vision of this tragedy. The Slave Route project endeavors to promote such research that helps to explain, understand and reconstruct the threads of sometimes conflicting narratives and fill the silences of the past. Moreover, the project contributes to a shared assessment of this history and encourages intercultural dialogue and the building of citizenship and identities that are respectful of cultural diversity.


From 23-08-2009    to   06-09-2009  (Lamphun Province - Thailand) 

Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAMH) 2009 Field School “Intangible Cultural Heritage and Museums” More

From 31-08-2009    to   13-09-2009  (Japan - Kyoto) 

Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage More

From 01-09-2009    to   16-09-2009  (Bahawalpur and Multan - Pakistan) 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Training Workshops More

From 02-09-2009    to   03-09-2009  (Paris - France) 

Extraordinary Meeting of the Committee for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict More

From 08-09-2009    to   08-09-2009  (Paris - France) 

International Conference on « Globalization through Localization: Cultural dialogue through Harry Potter Translations » More

From 24-09-2009    to   26-09-2009  (Monza - Italy) 

World Forum of Cultural Industries More

From 28-09-2009    to   02-10-2009  (Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates) 

Fourth Session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage More

From 29-09-2009    to   02-10-2009  (México D.F - Mexico) 

Training Workshop in combating Illicit Trafficking in Religious Artifacts More
UNESCO Beirut Newsletter, Issue N°3 Januray-March 2009  More

UNESCO Venice Newsletter, Issue N°1 & 2 January-June 2009  More

“Fostering International Cooperation in Culture and Sustainable Development”: Asia/Pacific Forum-Workshop Minutes  More

Final Report on Damage Assessment in Babylon  More

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