Nurturing sustainable development through the safeguarding of living heritage
- Frevo, performing arts of the Carnival of Recife
It features examples from different parts of the world (Brazil, Egypt, Estonia, Kenya, Samoa and Spain) highlight how intangible cultural heritage contributes to health, food security, social cohesion and other development goals.
The exhibition was made possible through the generous contributions of Monaco and Turkey.
Should you be interested in mounting the physical exhibition or receiving a copy of the virtual exhibition, please contact the Intangible Cultural Heritage Section at the following address: ICH-COM@unesco.org.