Reflection on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Universities
The parallel session on Universities and Intangible Cultural Heritage Challenges and Opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean was held on December 11 2019 within the framework of the XIV Meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage December 914 Bogotá Colombia in order to reflect on this binomial and establish guidelines for future work
How could science museums contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals?
UNESCO Montevideo promotes technical and cultural spaces to boost development based on the 2030 Agenda
The water challenge in Latin American and Caribbean megacities
Bogota Buenos Aires Mexico City Lima Rio de Janeiro Sao Paulo and Santiago held the second meeting of the LAC Megacities Regional Alliance on 26 May 2021 in the framework of the 2nd International Conference Water Megacities and Global Change EauMega 2022
"It is important that we take care of nature, of rivers and springs, so that we can use this water"
So said Lutana Ribeiro Albuquerque Cacique general do Parque das Tribos during the LAC Regional launch of the World Water Report 2021 The Value of Water on the occasion of World Water Day 2021
#CILAC2021 is underway: the biggest Open Science Forum of the year
UNESCO promotes the largest public scientific knowledge event in Latin America and the Caribbean aimed at addressing the challenges of todays world hand in hand with politicians and governors from all countries speakers from academia and leading researchers
UNESCO promotes in Mexico a reflection process on the World Heritage Convention, 50 years after its creation
UNESCO CONALMEX and the Regional Institute of World Heritage in Zacatecas promote this reflection that will focus on how to strengthen the relationship between culture and nature the links between the tangible and the intangible and the management strategies of the sites