Tag: Intangible Cultural Heritage

Training civil society in documenting and safeguarding intangible cultural heritage

Training civil society in documenting and safeguarding intangible cultural heritage

Funded by the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund, the aim of the project was to train people in the Upper Tigris Valley to document and safeguard intangible cultural heritage expressions.

Evaluation of project ‘Rural Craft & Cultural Hubs in West Bengal’ – for UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office

Evaluation of project ‘Rural Craft & Cultural Hubs in West Bengal’ – for UNESCO New Delhi Cluster Office

Final Evaluation of the project “Development of Rural Craft and Cultural Hubs in West Bengal to support inter-generational transmission of rural craft and performing arts” for UNESCO New Delhi cluster office

Historic England’s future engagement with ICH

Historic England’s future engagement with ICH

This project was a collaboration between WSP Cultural Heritage & Archaeology and Touch TD involving interviews and desk research through the offices of Historic England. The purpose of the project was to advise Historic England on how it can engage most appropriately and effectively in the development of thinking and activity related to Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH)

Buzludzha monument: sustainable cultural tourism plan

Buzludzha monument: sustainable cultural tourism plan

Through ICOMOS International Cultural Tourism Committee (ICTC), the project aimed to develop a sustainable cultural tourism plan to support destination development at the Buzludzha Monument in central Bulgaria. The monument is a dissonant aspect of cultural heritage that aims to align with the other layers of the tourism offer developed in the municipality of Kazanlak.

Sharing and caring for heritage around Lake Ohrid

Sharing and caring for heritage around Lake Ohrid

A report on a unique EU funded, UNESCO World Heritage Centre coordinated, project supporting mixed heritage in the Central Balkans 2014-2017. The dramatic landscapes around Lake Ohrid, which form the borderlands between Albania and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, have long been recognized as holding unique values, both in terms of cultural and natural […]

Intangible Cultural Heritage in the UK – promoting and safeguarding our diverse living cultures

Intangible Cultural Heritage in the UK – promoting and safeguarding our diverse living cultures

An ICOMOS-UK Conference, London 20th September 2014 Contemporary re-telling and performance of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, traditional craft skills, such as knife making and woodturning, diaspora community festivals, archives of everyday life, ancient woodlands as places of commercial activity and spiritual power – all these and more featured in the first ever conference on intangible cultural […]