New opportunities for living heritage in Portuguese speaking Africa
Along with Angola and Mozambique, the country is benefitting from Norway’s generous contribution to the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund. Over a period of two years, UNESCO will be supporting this three countries in revising their policies, legislative frameworks and developing capacities for inventorying the intangible cultural heritage present on their territories. Bringing in Brazilian experts, trained to deliver the capacity-building curriculum developed by UNESCO, will furthermore reinforce South-South cooperation. For more information click here.
- 01/06-10-2012, São Tomé (Sao Tome and Principe): Sao Tome and Principe embarks on an intangible heritage safeguarding project
- Countries: Norway – Sao Tome and Principe