Comoros is undertaking a pilot inventory of their intangible cultural heritage with the participation of communities in Grande Comore
A traditional dancer Goma la Malinda Moheli Comoros ©DGACComores
Comoros establishes a National Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage.
© UNESCODjabhana Said Ibrahim
Comoros celebrates successful outcomes of UNESCO intangible cultural heritage project
Students learn about traditional pottery making at the closing ceremony for the UNESCOADTCA project to safeguard intangible cultural heritage ©UNESCOKaralyn Monteil
The role of Visitor Centres in UNESCO Designated Sites: educating for Sustainable Development through Heritage Interpretation
From 68 October 2019 the city Bamberg in Germany hosted the second regional workshop on the Role of Visitor Centres in UNESCO Designated Sites in Europe as part of a series of workshops organized by the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe to share experiences and give advice on how visitor centres do and can contribute to the management of UNESCO designated sites The meeting focused in particular on the contribution of such centres to Education for Sustainable Development through heritage interpretation