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Future of Periodic Reporting

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Periodic reporting

Periodic Reporting, a statutory requirement prescribed by the World Heritage Convention invites the States Parties to report on how they have implemented the Convention and where they have demonstrated the Outstanding Universal Value for which the site have been inscribed have been maintained over the period of time.
As the Second Cycle of the Periodic Reporting is now closed, the World Heritage Centre has collected feedback from some Focal Points and heritage experts to give their views and opinions on the exercise.
This video intends to showcase their experiences on the future of Periodic Reporting exercise in the Europe region.

on this subject: Periodic Reporting in Europe

Place/Country: Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, UNESCO HQ
Type: Interview
Author/Personalities: Oliver Martin, interviewee ; Adele Cesi, interviewee ; Laura de Miguel Riera, interviewee ; Dré van Marrewijk, interviewee ; Petya Totcharova, interviewee ; Tim Badman, interviewee ; Christopher Young, interviewee ; Kishore Rao, interviewee.
Production: UNESCO WHC, producer. Valentino Etowar, producer. Parc National des Pyrénées, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO WHC

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