The agreement for the creation of a Network of Portuguese UNESCO Chairs was signed on October 11, 2016.
Among the Network's objectives are the exchange of knowledge, experiences and good practices, as well as the sharing of information and the wider dissemination of Portuguese UNESCO Chairs. Currently, Portugal has six UNESCO Chairs. The UNESCO Chair in Intangible Cultural Heritage at the University of Évora is one of them (...)
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On July 7, 2016, the 2nd Meeting of the UNESCO Chair in Intangible Heritage and Traditional Know-How: Linking Heritage took place at the University of Évora. At this meeting, convened under the theme "The Role of the Intangible Cultural Heritage", the participants revisited the concept of intangible cultural heritage; evaluated the application of the 2003 Convention and some of its results, namely in Portugal; questioned the underlying legal mechanisms and addressed doubts in regard to some of its aspects, and discussed the problems of safeguarding and promoting the ICH.
Do you want to exchange ideas with other experts in Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)?
With its new ICH Forum, the UNESCO Chair intends to build a professional network that, once fully implemented, should provide you with valuable information, relevant questions and stimulating challenges, apart from offering you a great opportunity to contact, interact and, eventually, cooperate with other professionals in ICH and other related areas.
Are you a professional with experience and knowledge in the various forum topics?
Get involved now. Register with the ICH Experts and ICH Projects Database and sign in to enter the ICH Forum. Follow the threads and topics you are most interested in or suggest new ones to the Forum administrator. Invite others to join and turn this application into a useful tool for your work and professional development.
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