Dominican Republic sets off on the path of implementing the 2003 Convention
- Guloyas Parade
Part of UNESCO’s global capacity-building strategy, the project builds upon the Dominican Republic’s longstanding commitment to supporting its intangible cultural heritage bearers, including in particular Cocolo drama troupes and Congos of Villa Mella – both communities closely linked to the two elements from the Dominican Republic that are inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Conducted by two members of the UNESCO-certified experts network, Mr Edis Sánchez (Dominican Republic) and Ms Adriana Molano (Colombia), and organized with the collaboration of the Dominican National Commission for UNESCO, these sessions will lay the foundations of a sustainable framework for the effective and long-term implementation of the 2003 Convention.
- 11/15-03-2013, Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic): Dominican Republic on the road to the implementation of the 2003 Convention
- Countries: Dominican Republic
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