Meetings on intangible cultural heritage (co-)organized by UNESCO



9 element(s)

Training of Russian speaking trainers for Central Asia
19/23-06-2017Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan)

Open-ended intergovernmental working group on developing an overall results framework for the Convention
11/13-06-2017Chengdu (China)

Workshop on elaborating safeguarding plans, ICH legislation and policies
03/06-05-2017Tashkent (Uzbekistan)

The elaboration of Safeguarding plans
16/21-04-2017Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

Workshop on community-based inventorying in the context of implementing the 2003 Convention in Eritrea
03/18-04-2017Asmara (Eritrea)

Third expert group meeting on cultural contexts of health and well-being
13/14-03-2017Paris (France)

http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/en/events/third-expert-group-meeting-on-cultural-contexts-of-health-and-well-being-00599

In January 2015, the WHO Regional Office for Europe convened its first expert group meeting on the cultural contexts of health (CCH), thereby initiating a project that seeks to build a platform for research from the health-related humanities and social sciences to support the implementation of Health 2020, the European policy framework for health and well-being. The second meeting of the expert group was convened in April 2016 to further explore how research from the humanities and social sciences can inform policy-making, and how a greater awareness of the importance of CCH can be promoted both within WHO and more broadly in the public health arena.

The purpose of this third meeting of the CCH expert group, co-organized with UNESCO on 13-14 March at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris will be two-fold. The first day will be dedicated to reviewing and inputting on the various pieces of technical work, which are currently being developed by the CCH project team. On day two, the meeting will shift towards recommending new areas of work and development for 2017, with a particular focus on research methodologies and concrete research outputs.

This is an invitation-only meeting for experts from the health related humanities and social sciences, as well as experts from public health, UNESCO, and other relevant international organizations, whose focus is on the intersection of culture, health and well-being.

Documents

Envisioning the future of the global capacity-building programme and its facilitators’ network - Strategy meeting with facilitators
06/09-03-2017Bangkok (Thailand)

Community-based inventorying workshop with the Bida community
20/24-02-2017Niger State (Nigeria)

Training on the use of the mechanisms of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage
13/17-02-2017Suva (Fiji)