Lao PDR on its way for safeguarding its rich intangible cultural heritage through community-based inventorying
It will be conducted by two experts from the UNESCO facilitators’ network: Shubha Chaudhuri and Paritta Koanantakool.
The Heritage Department of the Lao Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism, in coordination with the UNESCO Office in Bangkok, has been very active in the organization of the forthcoming workshop and help to maximize the participation of local community members and practitioners.
During this workshop, key village officials and practitioners will also participate in two-day field documentation and inventorying work.
- 11/18-06-2013, Thalat (Lao People’s Democratic Republic): Lao PDR on its way for safeguarding its rich intangible cultural heritage through community-based inventorying
- Countries: Lao People’s Democratic Republic
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