Red global de facilitadores

Actualmente un total de 79 expertos integran la red de facilitadores de la UNESCO, que ofrece formaciones y servicios de capacitación en el mundo entero. En total, 43% de los facilitadores proceden de África y 40% son mujeres.

Formados mediante una serie de talleres de “formación para formadores”, organizados desde el 2011 (Pekín, Harare, Libreville, Sofía, La Habana, Abu Dabi y Porto Novo), los facilitadores se han familiarizado con los materiales pedagógicos de la UNESCO con el fin de adaptarlos y utilizarlos en los proyectos de fortalecimiento de las capacidades.

La actualización de los conocimientos de los formadores sigue siendo un aspecto importante del programa. Un buen ejemplo de ello es el taller sobre la realización de inventarios con la participación de las comunidades, para los facilitadores de habla francesa de África.

Los miembros de la red están asistidos por una herramienta web, dedicada a la planificación y al intercambio. Para más información sobre sus perfiles y sus formaciones, consulte más abajo:

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Sr. ABDILLAHI Mohamed Ismael

: Djibuti
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, árabe

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01-2011, Libreville

Mr Mohamed Ismael Abdillahi is an economist with work experience in the Ministry of Culture and Communications in Djbouti. He has co-ordinated various projects in the areas of culture, environment and the development of ICTs for developing countries.

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Bélgica, Djibuti, Senegal

Sr. ABDULLAHI Denja

: Nigeria
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

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06-2011, Enugu
07-2012, Abuja

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01-2011, Harare

Mr. Denja Abdullahi has taught English and Literature at various levels of education in Nigeria. He has also worked as a journalist and editorial consultant in several media. He is a writer, poet, playwright and theatre director and Vice President, Association of Nigerian Authors.He now works as a deputy director, performing arts at the National Council for Arts and Culture, Abuja, Nigeria.

Sr. ADANDE Codjovi Etienne (Joseph)

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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01-2011, Libreville

Mr Joseph Etienne Codjovi Adande is a professor specializing in the fields of art history and archeology, he also contributed to the development of several projects on the history of arts in Africa.

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Benin

Sra. ADEGBIDI Victoire

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sra. ADRA Najwa

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, árabe

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Ms Najwa Adra is an anthropologist with over 20 years experience in documenting intangible heritage as well as participatory ethnographic methods, including monitoring and evaluation. She has utilized intangible heritage to improve the sustainability of development projects. In 2000 she piloted the highly successful Literacy through Poetry/Heritage project in Yemen.

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Estados Unidos de America, Qatar, Yemen

Sra. AGBAKA Bandine

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sra. AGUEH Thérèse Marie

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sra. AIKAWA-FAURE Noriko

: Japón
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés

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05-2012, Puerto Moresby
05-2012, Ulaanbaatar
10-2012, Ulaanbaatar
02-2012, Apia
02-2013, Apia
05-2013, Ulaanbaatar
05-2014, Mandalay
10-2014, Nyaung Shwe
10-2015, 
11-2015, 
09-2016, 
05-2016, 

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Ms Noriko Aikawa is currently a visiting professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo (culture and development, managing cultural diversity). She developed the Intangible Cultural Heritage Programme at UNESCO and followed the drafting and adoption process of the Intangible Heritage Convention as Chief and Director. After retirement, she worked as an Advisor to Culture in UNESCO and a Professor at KUIS University (cultural studies), Japan.

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Hungría, Irán (República Islámica del), Mongolia, Myanmar, Papua Nueva Guinea, Perú, Samoa, Uzbekistán, Viet Nam

Sr. AKSUNGUR Umut

: Turquía
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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03-2011, Sofia

Mr Umut Askungur is currently working for the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Turkey as an intangible cultural heritage specialist. He is a Commissioner for the inventory of the Marmara Region. He was a member of the Subsidiary Body on the examination of nominations to the Representative List in 2009 and 2010.

Sra. AMBOUROUE AVARO Anne

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sr. ANAMI Silverse

: Kenya
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

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06-2011, Enugu

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01-2011, Harare

Mr. Silverse Lisamula Anami is an ethnomusicologist widely experienced in community activities. He has served as an Educator, Head of Performing Arts and Director of Culture in Kenya. He participated in the negotiation of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention and contributes to its implementation as an examiner, facilitator, practitioner and Committee member.

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Kenya

Sra. ANDRIANOPOULOU Panayiota

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, griego

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09-2012, Sofia

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03-2011, Sofia

Ethnologist and archaeologist, Ms Panayiota Andrianopoulou has worked since 2006 in the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism, notably on awareness raising around intangible cultural heritage issues. Her field work focuses on social practices, traditional music and everyday life within various communities in contemporary Greece. She has represented Greece since 2007 in the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.

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Grecia

Sra. ANGOUE Claudine-Augée

: Gabón
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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09-2011, Libreville
10-2011, Bamako
06-2012, Lambarene, Koula-Moutou, Mouila and Oyem
05-2013, Les Cayes
05-2013, Cabo Haitiano
09-2013, 
11-2014, Niamey

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01-2011, Libreville

Ms Claudine-Augée Angoué is an anthropologist, professor at the Department of Sociology at the University Omar-Bongo of Gabon. From 2004 to 2007, she was a technical advisor to the Ministry of Culture and Arts and popular education and participated as a Gabonese representative in sessions of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.

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Francia, Gabón

Sr. AYOUB Abderrahman

: Túnez
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, árabe

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09-2012, 

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Mr Abderrahman Ayoub is a researcher, member of the National Heritage Institute of Tunisia (INP), Assistant Director for intangible cultural heritage till 2012. He holds a PhD. in Linguistics and has been conducting research for many years on oral literature, ethnography and arts in Tunisia, and some countries of Maghreb and the Arab world. He is the author of many publications, especially on the Arab epic, the Banâ Hilâl feat, traditional games in Tunisia (he founded the thesaurus of heritage games) and intangible cultural heritage. He is author of the Guide for managers of Human Living Treasures (published by UNESCO Rabat Office, ISESCO and the IMRS, 2006-7) and the Guide of intangible cultural heritage (ISESCO, 2010-2011 s.p.). In 2009 he moderates training workshops in Sharja (United Arab Emirates) and Amman (Jordan) on the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.

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Egipto, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Estados Unidos de America, Francia, Gabón, Jordania, Libia, Túnez

Sra. BAK Sang Mee

: República de Corea
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, coreano

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01-2015, Shenzhen
09-2015, 
02-2016, 
02-2017, Suva
10-2016, 

Currently a Member of Cultural Heritage Committee (World Heritage/Intangible Cultural Heritage) of the Republic of Korea, Dr Bak obtained PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Harvard University. She is also a professor at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul.

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República de Corea

Sr. BALDE Ismaïlou

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sr. BEDON SAMANIEGO Fabian

: Ecuador
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, español

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10-2011, Quito
05-2012, Quito
06-2012, Quito
07-2012, 
10-2012, La Paz
10-2012, Bogotá
10-2012, La Paz
10-2013, La Habana
06-2015, Portoviejo
08-2015, Riobamba
09-2015, Loja
09-2015, Charazani
10-2015, Curva
04-2016, Loja
05-2016, Riobamba
06-2016, Puerto López

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03-2011, La Habana

Sociólogo, Sr Fabian Bedon es coordinador de Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Región No, 4 del Ecuador, Provincias de Manabí, Santo Domingo y Galápagos en el Instituto Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural (2009-Actualidad). Es también Profesor de Ciencias Humanas en la Universidad San Gregorio de Portoviejo y ex Becario en la Sub Dirección de Patrimonio Mundial del Ministerio de Cultura de España.

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Bolivia (Estado Plurinacional de), Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, España

Sr. BELLIL Rachid

: Argelia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

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Argelia, Emiratos Árabes Unidos

Sr. BINAM BIKOI Charles

: Camerún
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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01-2011, Libreville

Mr Charles Binam Bikoi is an Executive Secretary of the Regional Centre for Research and Documentation on Oral Traditions & Development of African Languages​​, Professor of Humanities & Social Sciences Associate in several African and European universities and an expert on African Union matters cultural. He has contributed and participated in several meetings organized by UNESCO Culture or in connection with UNESCO in Africa and Europe.

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Camerún, Gabón

Sra. BLAKE Janet

: Irán (República Islámica del)
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, persa

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01-2015, Shenzhen

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Irán (República Islámica del)

Sra. BORTOLOTTO Chiara

: Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, italiano

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10-2011, Cetinje
06-2015, 
10-2015, 

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03-2011, Sofia

Ms Chiara Bortolotto, an anthropologist, is currently a researcher at the Free University of Brussels. Her research focuses on the implementation of the Intangible Heritage Convention at the national and local levels (inventories and safeguarding programmes). Over the past five years, she worked on inventorying projects of intangible cultural heritage in France and Italy.

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Bélgica, Francia, Italia, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte

Sr. BOUNDY Demba

: Malí
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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01-2011, Libreville

Mr Demba Boundy contributed to the success of various projects in Africa. He was a consultant for the African Platform for Adult Education. He worked in coordination with the Danish Film Institute on the restoration of the national archives and provided interpretation services.
As Vice President of the Organizing Committee, he organized the annual festival in Niger which gathered more than 20,000 participants from 17 different countries.

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Malí

Sr. BROWN David

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

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09-2014, Phillipsburg
02-2015, Willemstad
07-2015, Paramaribo
05-2016, Willemstad
04-2016, 

Mr David Brown, Senior Research Fellow at the African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica, is a Historian that has over 20 years experience in conducting community based documentation and inventorying of intangible cultural heritage. He was part of the Jamaican national committee that prepared the nomination file which in 2003 resulted in the UNESCO declaration of the Musical Heritage of the Moore Town Maroons of Jamaica as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

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Antigua y Barbuda, Curaçao, Jamaica, San Martín, Suriname

Sra. CALVO PÉREZ Marina

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

Marina Calvo Pérez worked for seven years in North Africa as a Project Officer for the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development (AECID) and as an anthropologist in the National Anthropology Museum in Spain, before joining the Intangible Cultural Heritage Section in October 2011, where she now serves as an Associate Expert in the Programme and Evaluation Unit.

Sra. CERIBAŠIĆ Naila

: Croacia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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Croacia

Sra. CHATELARD Géraldine

: Jordania
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, árabe

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05-2014, 

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Ms Géraldine Chatelard is a historian and anthropologist of the contemporary Middle East, and an associate researcher at the French Institute for the Near East. She specialises in rural development, particularly among former nomadic communities, and the relations between local knowledge and environmental protection. She also has a long experience in sustainable management of natural and cultural – both tangible and intangible – heritage for tourism. She has worked with several international and national organisations, including UNESCO Iraq Office where she was Culture Programme Specialist from 2011 to 2014. She was actively involved in the MEDLIHER project which aimed to promote the implementation of the Intangible Heritage Convention in the Mediterranean region, and in the Euromed Heritage project.

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Argelia, Iraq, Jordania, Palestina, República Árabe Siria

Sra. CHAUDHURI Shubha

: India
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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05-2012, Paro
06-2012, Vientiane
09-2013, 
01-2014, Vientián
03-2014, 

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01-2011, Pekín

Ms Shuba Chaudhuri has been working in the areas of audio visual archiving and ethnomusicology for over two decades. Her fieldwork has been in Western Rajasthan and Goa in India. She has presented papers and attended workshops and seminars on intangible cultural heritage, as well as issues related to intellectual property rights in this area.

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India

Sr. CHIFUNYISE Stephen

: Zimbabwe
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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04-2012, Gaborone
03-2012, Harare
03-2012, Lilongwe
03-2012, Lusaka
06-2012, Harare
04-2013, Waterberg
03-2014, Harare

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01-2011, Harare

Mr Stephen Chifunyise is a former Permanent Secretary for Education, Sport and Culture in Zimbabwe and former member of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. He is currently chairing the National Intangible Cultural Heritage Committee and the Culture Committee of the National Commission for UNESCO. He has facilitated community- based inventorying processes in various Southern African countries. He also works as an arts educator, a playwright and an independent consultant.

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Zimbabwe

Sra. CHITOU Mariam

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sr. CISSÉ Lassana

: Malí
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

- COTELLON Félix

: Francia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

Sra. DA SILVA LOPES AJUDA Sonia Isabel

: Mozambique
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

portugués

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07-2015, 
09-2015, 

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Mozambique

Sr. DAO The Duc

: Viet Nam
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, vietnamita

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01-2011, Pekín

Mr The Duc Dao holds a Doctorate in anthropology. His research focuses on local knowledge and cultural heritage in South East Asia. He has experience in teaching and was previously an editor for the Xua&Nay (Past&Present) magazine.

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Filipinas, República Democrática Popular Lao, Tailandia, Viet Nam

Sra. DEACON Harriet

: Sudáfrica
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, afrikaans

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06-2012, Mombasa
12-2012, Kingston
06-2013, 
07-2013, Daca, Bangladés
09-2013, Kingston
10-2013, Orange Walk
11-2013, Brunei
05-2014, 
10-2015, 

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01-2011, Pekín
01-2011, Harare
03-2011, La Habana

Harriet Deacon is a historian with interests in tangible and intangible heritage management, public policy on heritage, and the intersection between culture and health. Her publications include the Subtle Power of Intangible Heritage (HSRC Press, 2004; available free online). She has been involved in the preparation and delivery of training materials for the implementation of the Intangible Heritage Convention since April 2010.

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Bangladesh, Belice, Brunei, China, Cuba, Jamaica, Kenya, Namibia, Noruega, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Sudáfrica, Trinidad y Tabago, Zimbabwe

Sra. DENES Alexandra

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, laosiano, tailandés

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01-2015, Shenzhen
10-2015, 

Dr. Denes is a socio-cultural anthropologist with over 15 years of research and professional experience with academic institutions, international organizations and non-governmental organizations in mainland Southeast Asia (Thailand, Cambodia, Lao PDR).

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Camboya, República Democrática Popular Lao, Tailandia

Sr. DOS SANTOS ROQUE Lucas

: Brasil
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, español, portugués

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10-2012, São Tomé
10-2012, La Paz
10-2012, Bogotá
08-2013, Maputo
08-2013, Manica
07-2015, 

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03-2011, La Habana

Mr Lucas Dos Santos holds a Master in Social Sciences and has experience in intangible cultural heritage inventorying. He works in cultural retrieval projects in communities under the impact of infrastructural development. He is also a tutor at the virtual class on intangible cultural heritage/CRESPIAL.

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Angola, Argentina, Bolivia (Estado Plurinacional de), Brasil, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Santo Tomé y Príncipe

Sra. DRANI Emily Drania

: Uganda
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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01-2011, Harare

Ms Emily Drania Drani is a senior manager with more than 10 years of experience in development work with specific emphasis on research, communication, documentation and public relations skills including development programme planning, coordination and resource mobilization.

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Uganda, Zimbabwe

Sr. EL FIHAIL Ismail Ali

: Emiratos Árabes Unidos
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, árabe

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07-2012, Damietta
01-2013, Doha

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Mr Ismail Ali El Fihail is a lecturer of Sociology, Anthropology and Folklore, with experience in project evaluation. He was previously a Member of the Subsidiary Body on the examination of nominations to the Representative List (2009-2010).

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Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Omán, Qatar, Sudán, Sudán del Sur

Sr. ENCALADA Nigel

: Belice
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

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09-2014, Phillipsburg
02-2015, Willemstad
07-2015, Paramaribo
05-2016, Willemstad
04-2016, 

Mr Nigel Encalada is currently the Director of Belize’s Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR) of the National Institute of Culture and History (NICH). Within the legal framework and mandate of this institution, he oversees the implementation of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Belize. Since 2014, Mr Encalada has been trained as a UNESCO facilitator for the 2003 Convention and has facilitated workshops in the Caribbean sub-region. He is also the co-author of Belize’s first National Culture Policy, which is to be launched in 2016.

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Belice, Curaçao, San Martín, Suriname

Sr. FETISOV Ilya

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

ruso, ucraniano

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04-2012, Astaná
10-2012, Bishkek
08-2012, Dushanbe
02-2013, Almati
04-2013, Dusambé
05-2013, Biskek
08-2013, Cholpon-Ata
05-2014, Dushanbe

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03-2011, Sofia

Mr. Illia Fetysov is a well-known Ukrainian researcher of intangible cultural heritage, and leader of “Bozhychi” Folk Ensemble (since 1999) and School of Traditional Folkdances (since 2005). He is also the President of Ukraine Association of Young Researchers of Folklore (since 2001). This organization has successful practices of transmission centers, and experience in activities directed at popularization of intangible cultural heritage, in particular, realization of social advertising campaigns, organization of festivals, etc.

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Kazajstán, Kirguistán, Tayikistán, Ucrania

Sra. FOKINA Ksenia

: Federación de Rusia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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09-2012, Sofia

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03-2011, Sofia

Ms Ksenia Fokina is currently working for the State Russian House of Folk Arts as the Chief of the Division of International Relations. She has experience in the coordination of theatre festivals and is preparing a Doctorate at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.

Sr. FOLOWARA Alberto

: Mozambique
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, portugués

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03-2015, 
11-2015, 
11-2015, 
05-2016, 

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Mozambique

Sr. GAD Mostafa

: Egipto
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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03-2012, París
09-2012, 
06-2012, Beirut
07-2012, Damietta
10-2012, 

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Mr Mostafa Gad is a Professor specializing in the techniques of conservation and archiving of folklore. He has participated and contributed to various conferences and on cultural and natural heritage in several Arab countries.

Sr. GALLA Amareswar

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, hindi, sánscrito, telugu

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11-2011, Addis Abeba

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Mr Amareswar Galla is an interdisciplinary specialist in sustainable heritage development, Professor & Executive Director of the International Institute for the Inclusive Museum, Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Intangible Heritage, with extensive field work and training experience in safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage.

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Afganistán, Australia, Barbados, Belice, Bhután, Camboya, China, Croacia, Etiopía, Fiji, India, República Democrática Popular Lao, Sri Lanka, Sudáfrica, Viet Nam

Sr. GOSWAMI Rahul

: India
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, alemán, hindi, maratí, urdu

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11-2011, Dili
04-2012, Dili
06-2012, Colombo
08-2012, Phnom Penh
10-2013, 
02-2014, 

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01-2011, Pekín

Rahul Goswami trabajo con un programa de ministerio en la India en la agricultura durante 2009-2011, y hace investigaciones de sistemas agro-ecológicos, con un enfoque sobre el desarrollo sostenible y las comunidades rurales. Sirvió a la Convención de 2003 como examinador, durante 2009-2010, de dos candidaturas a la Lista de Salvaguardia Urgente y dos solicitudes de asistencia internacional.

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Emiratos Árabes Unidos, India, Singapur

Sr. HAYAJNEH Hani

: Jordania
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, árabe, alemán

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03-2012, París
07-2012, Madaba
10-2012, Byblos
10-2012, 
01-2013, Doha
04-2014, 
02-2015, 
10-2015, 
01-2016, 
12-2015, 

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04-2011, Abu Dabi

Specializing in Near Eastern Cultures and Languages, Mr Hani Hayajneh is a professor at the faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology at Yarmouk University in Irbid, Jordan. He also serves as Director of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Center of Al-Hussein Bin Talal University. He has published a number of research papers, books and articles on intangible cultural heritage, on its safeguarding and on the impact of tourism on heritage sites in Jordan. He has also been involved in national activities for raising awareness and safeguarding the intangible cultural heritage. He is now participating in the MEDLIHER project that aims at strengthening the implementation of the Convention in the Mediterranean area.

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Alemania, Arabia Saudita, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Eritrea, Estados Unidos de America, Francia, Iraq, Jordania, Líbano, Omán, Qatar, República Árabe Siria

Sr. JACOBS Marc

: Bélgica
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, neerlandés

Mr Marc Jacobs is a Professor in critical heritage studies at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Since 2008, he has been Director of the Flemish Interface for cultural heritage (FARO), an accredited organization specialized in intangible cultural heritage safeguarding. He participated as representative of Belgium in drafting the Intangible Heritage Convention, in many expert groups and in the first Intergovernmental Committee of the Convention (2006-2008).

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Alemania, Bélgica, Estados Unidos de America, Francia, Italia, Países Bajos

Sr. JIANG Dong

: China
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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02-2011, Pyongyang

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01-2011, Pekín

Mr Dong Jiang (PhD) is currently the Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Dance, China National Academy of Arts. His work focuses on choreology, dance history and world ethnic dances. He is also teaching those subjects as a University Professor.

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China

Sra. JUDD Maya

: Francia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, español, italiano

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03-2012, París

As a cultural anthropologist (PhD) Ms Maya Judd has demonstrated experience in Africa and Europe of using participatory ethnographic methods. She has designed pedagogic materials for workshops and university level courses on different methods relevant for intangible cultural heritage inventorying. She has experience in drafting and working through team work

Sr. KEITA Fallo Baba

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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09-2013, 

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01-2011, Libreville
04-2012, Porto-Novo

Mr Fallo Baba Keita has a vast experience in designing and implementing of professional training courses on the safeguarding and promotion of cultural heritage. He is currently serving as the Director of the School of African Heritage. Mr Fallo Baba Keita previously taught professional courses for staff of African museums. He also coordinated the Africa 2009 Programme ICCROM / UNESCO cultural heritage property in Africa.

Sra. KEITUMETSE Susan

: Botswana
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, sesotho, setchwana

Ms Susan Keitumetse’s background is on Archaeology & Environmental Sciences, consolidated into Heritage Studies through a PhD on Sustainable Development. She has been a researcher at University of Botswana since 2006 and has 10+ years experience in community-based heritage conservation. She previously served as a member of the Convention’s Consultative Body.

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Botswana, Estados Unidos de America, Kenya, Lesotho, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Swazilandia, Uganda

Sr. KESSOU Ekédandé Rodrigue

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

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04-2012, Porto-Novo

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Benin

Sr. KIBORA Ludovic Ouhonyioué

: Burkina Faso
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

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10-2011, Bamako
02-2013, 

:

01-2011, Libreville

Mr Ludovic Kibora Ouhonyioué is responsible for research and socio-anthropological studies. In addition to having contributed to scientific research projects, he also participated and conducted several trainings for the evaluation of cultural projects and work with public administrations, NGOs and international aid organizations.

Sra. KOANANTAKOOL Paritta Chalermpow

: Tailandia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, tailandés

:

05-2012, Paro
06-2012, Vientiane
04-2013, Phuntsholing
03-2014, 
10-2014, Nyaung Shwe

:

03-2011, Sofia

Ms Paritta Chalermpow (PhD), a social anthropologist, is currently teaching at Thammasat University, Bangkok. She is also a consultant for cultural fluency projects in southern Thailand. She previously led a team of researchers to study and build capacity for local and community-based museums in Thailand and has published extensively on related issues.

:

Bhután, Myanmar, República Democrática Popular Lao, Tailandia

Sr. KOUTINHOUIN S. Edouard

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

04-2012, Porto-Novo

:

Benin

Sra. LACARRIEU Monica Beatriz

: Argentina
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, español

:

10-2012, 
02-2013, Buenos Aires

:

03-2011, La Habana

Ms Monica Lacarrieu is the Director of the Cultural Anthropology Programme of the Institute of Anthropological Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA). She has taught at the university level since 1992 in areas related to Social Anthropology. Her current research focuses on culture and territory in the city of Buenos aires.

:

Argentina, Bolivia (Estado Plurinacional de), Brasil, México, Paraguay (el)

Sr. LÓPEZ MORALES Francisco Javier

: México
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, español

:

10-2012, 
02-2013, Buenos Aires
02-2014, Santiago de Cuba

:

03-2011, La Habana

Mr Francisco Lopez Morales is an architect, currently the Director of the Department of World Heritage at INAH, the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico.He has represented Mexico at the Intergovernmental Committee of ICH and recently organized a workshop on inventories of ICH in Chiapas.

:

México

Sra. MARTÍNEZ ORDÓÑEZ Eva Lilia

: Honduras
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

04-2013, Guatemala
02-2014, Guatemala
09-2014, Phillipsburg

:

03-2011, La Habana

Ms Eva Lilia Martínez Ordóñez holds a PhD in Anthropology, with a focus on Archeology. She is currently serving as the Deputy-Director for Heritage in the Honduras Institute of Anthropology and History. She has teaching experience and has also worked as an independent consultant for various heritage projects.

:

Honduras

- MARTINS MASCARENHAS Sandra

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

Sr. MAZIBUKO Lovemore C.J.

: Malawi
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

:

04-2012, Gaborone
03-2012, Harare
03-2012, Lilongwe
03-2012, Lusaka
06-2012, Harare
03-2014, Harare

:

01-2011, Harare

Mr Lovemore C.J. Mazibuko is presently the Acting Director of National Museums of Malawi. He is the holder of a Master of Science Degree in Biology (Ethno-biology) and a Postgraduate Diploma in the Care and Management of Heritage and Museum Collections. He has been involved in research activities, for both natural and cultural history and has worked with UNESCO on a number of programmes.

:

Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Swazilandia, Zambia, Zimbabwe

Sra. MOLANO ARENAS Adriana

: Colombia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

03-2013, Santo Domingo
02-2014, Santiago de Cuba
04-2016, Loja
05-2016, Riobamba
06-2016, Puerto López

:

03-2011, La Habana

Ms Adriana Molano Arenas, an anthropologist, works for the Ministry of Culture of Colombia as a Coordinator for Intangible Heritage. She is involved in the implementation of the Safeguarding Policy of Intangible Heritage, in particular the development of methodologies that promote heritage management by communities.

Sra. MONYANE Tumelo

: Lesotho
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Harare

As a coordinator, lecturer and research of cultural heritage, Ms. Tumelo Monyane was also a teacher in the cultural domain (theory and practice of heritage). She has participated in several projects for intangible heritage.

:

Lesotho

Sra. MUJICA Soledad

: Perú
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

11-2011, Santiago
04-2013, Guatemala
05-2013, Les Cayes
05-2013, Cabo Haitiano

:

03-2011, La Habana

As a communicator specializing in the promotion and diffusion of intangible cultural heritage, Ms Soledad Mujica is Director of the Registry and Cultural Studies Department of the recently created Ministry of Culture of Peru and actively represented her government in the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage from 2006 to 2010. Author of many publications on traditional dance in Peru, she has more than thirty years of experience in safeguarding intangible cultural heritage.

:

Perú

Sr. MWAHUNGA Julius

: Kenya
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, kiswahili

:

01-2011, Harare

Mr Julius Mwahunga holds a degree in Education and a Masters in Development Studies. He was trained in disaster mitigation of urban cultural heritage at Ritsumeikan University in Japan. He also drafted nomination files for the Intangible Heritage lists and worked on community-based inventorying projects.

:

Etiopía, Kenya, República Unida de Tanzania

Sr. NDIAYE Raphaël

: Senegal
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Libreville

Mr Raphael Ndiaye specializes in cultural archives in West Africa, he was a teacher at the school of librarians Archivists and Documentalists in Dakar, Director of Public Libraries of Senegal and President of various library Associations. In addition, he participated in several research projects and published several cultural publications.

:

Gabón, Senegal

Sr. NEEQUAYE Michael Kotey

: Ghana
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Harare

Mr Michael Kotey Neequaye is experienced in capacity building for community-based development projects. He is also skilled on training needs assessment. Recently, he designed a cultural heritage awareness campaign in Cape Coast.

:

Estados Unidos de America, Ghana, Zimbabwe

Sr. NIZIGIYIMANA Domitien

: Burundi
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

05-2011, Bujumbura
09-2012, Moroni
09-2014, 
11-2014, Bujumbura

:

01-2011, Libreville

Mr Domitien Nizigiyimana is a Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Burundi. He was also Director General of the Ministry of Higher Education for Scientific Research. In addition, he contributed to the publication of various journals.

:

Burundi, Ruanda

Sr. NTADY Jean Omer

: Congo
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Libreville

As an Administrator - Cultural Advisor and formerly Director of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Development, Mr Jean Omer Ntady participated in several workshops inventory and documentation of heritage, sessions of the Intergovernmental Committee the Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage and awareness meetings on the Intangible Heritage Convention.

:

Congo, Gabón, Togo

Sra. OGGE Suzanne

: Singapur
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

:

10-2012, Ulaanbaatar
05-2013, Ulaanbaatar
10-2016, 
05-2016, 

:

01-2011, Pekín

Ms Suzanne Ogge holds a Masters degree in Ethnography and is presently the Director of Museums and Heritage Projects at Studio Milou Singapore, an architectural firm. Prior to moving to Singapore, she specialized in international cultural project management and museum development, working for 10 years (1999-2009) as a consultant to UNESCO Headquarter’s Division of Cultural Heritage, for both the Intangible Cultural Heritage Programme and the Section for Museums and Cultural Objects.

:

Armenia, Australia, Azerbaiyán, Bhután, Georgia, India, Nepal, Singapur

Sr. OGOU Franck

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

04-2012, Porto-Novo

:

Benin

Sra. OLIVEIRA Ana Gita

: Brasil
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, español, portugués

:

01-2011, Harare

Ana Gita de Oliveira es doctora en Antropplogia social y cultural, con especialización en etnologia indigena en la amazonia. Ha trabajado por 30 años con el tema de patrimonio cultural en la agencia gobernamental encargada del patrimonio cultural. Ha participado de la elaboración del marco legal para la implementación de la Convención del patrimonio cultural en Brazil.

Sra. OSSENI Khadidjath

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

04-2012, Porto-Novo

:

Benin

Sr. OSSENI Souberou

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

04-2012, Porto-Novo

:

Benin

Sr. OULD MOHAMED LEMINE BEIDJEU Mohamed

: Mauritania
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, árabe

:

10-2013, Kaedi
01-2014, Matmata
03-2014, Aleg
03-2014, Agadir
06-2014, Kerkennah
05-2014, 

:

04-2011, Abu Dabi

:

Benin, Egipto, Granada, Marruecos, Mauritania, Túnez

Sr. PARAK KROND Anthony

: Papua Nueva Guinea
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

02-2013, Apia
04-2013, Timor-Leste
09-2013, 
10-2013, 
11-2015, 
02-2016, 
09-2016, 

Sr. PARMOUN Yadollah

: Irán (República Islámica del)
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Pekín

:

Irán (República Islámica del)

Sr. PÉREZ LÓPEZ Enrique

: México
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

11-2012, Matanzas
03-2013, Tegucigalpa
02-2013, Majagua, Ciego de Ávila
06-2013, San Salvador
07-2013, Managua
02-2014, Guatemala

:

03-2011, La Habana

Mr Enrique Perez Lopez has worked for 27 years with the indigenous communities of Chiapas, Mexico, doing research, promotion and diffusion of indigenous cultures and languages and management of cultural projects. He has been Director of the Centro Estatal de Lenguas, Arte y Literatura Indígenas del Consejo Estatal para las Culturas y las Artes de Chiapas since 1997.

Sra. PRINS-SOLANI Deirdre

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

:

09-2011, Libreville
11-2011, Addis Abeba
11-2011, Mombasa
06-2012, Mombasa
11-2012, Pekín

:

01-2011, Harare

Ms Deirdre Prins-Solani served as the Director for Heritage Development in Africa from 2009-2012. She has been instrumental in the development of academic programs in Heritage Management, such as the African Program for Museums and Heritage Studies (University of Cape Town, University of Western Cape and Robben Island Museum Program). She previously was the President of the South African Museums Association and is immediate past President of AFRICOM.

She has worked with heritage professionals and custodians of heritage from most English speaking African countries.

:

Kenya, Sudáfrica

Sr. PROSCHAN Frank

: Estados Unidos de America
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, vietnamita

Frank Proschan worked for three decades as an anthropologist, folklorist and museologist in the U.S. and South-east Asia before joining the Intangible Cultural Heritage Section in 2006, where he led the Programme Implementation Unit until his retirement in 2015.

:

Camboya, China, República Democrática Popular Lao, Tailandia, Viet Nam

Sra. RAHARINJANAHARY Lala

: Madagascar
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

01-2011, Libreville

Ms Lala Raharinjanahary is a Professor of Anthropology at the Ecole Normale Supérieure of the University of Antananarivo (Madagascar). She is also working as an independent consultant on issues related to the anthropology of development, gender equality and the evaluation of development programmes.

:

Madagascar

Sra. RAMPERSAD Krishendaye

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

:

11-2012, 
11-2012, Ciudad de Belice
12-2012, Kingston
09-2013, Kingston
10-2013, Orange Walk

:

03-2011, La Habana

Ms Kris Rampersad (PhD) is a media, cultural and literary consultant, author, researcher, lecturer and journalist. She has more than 20 years in media and more than eight years experience in working at the national and intergovernmental level in the area of culture, gender, agriculture and rural development, and civil society empowerment. She has worked with UN and UN agencies including UNESCO, UNDP, UNIFEM and UN-WSIS, Commonwealth Foundation, Organisation of American States, Inter-American Institute for Agriculture and CARICOM institutions.

:

Antigua y Barbuda, Argentina, Barbados, Belice, Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Curaçao, Francia, Granada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Japón, Malasia, México, San Vicente y las Granadinas, Santa Lucía, Sudáfrica, Trinidad y Tabago, Túnez, Uganda

Sr. RANUKU Sipiriano Nemani

: Fiji
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, fiyiano

:

01-2015, Shenzhen
09-2015, 
02-2016, 

Mr Nemani is the Principal Policy & Conventions Officer for Fiji’s Department of National Heritage, Culture & Arts.

:

Fiji

Sr. ROIG Raphaël

: Francia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, español

:

03-2011, Sofia

Sr. Rafael Roig es licenciado en Historia de África Contemporánea y Relaciones Internacionales y tiene varios años de experiencia en estudios políticos en Eritrea (cuestiones de derechos humanos), en proyectos culturales y políticas publicas en Etiopía. En la actualidad trabaja como Oficial de Programa en el Consejo Internacional de Museos (ICOM).

:

Eritrea, Etiopía, Francia, Yemen

Sr. SÁNCHEZ Edis

: República Dominicana
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

español

:

03-2013, Santo Domingo

:

03-2011, La Habana

Sr. SKOUNTI Ahmed

: Marruecos
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, árabe

:

07-2011, Broumana
01-2013, Doha
10-2013, Kaedi
01-2014, Matmata
05-2014, 
03-2014, Aleg
03-2014, Agadir
06-2014, Kerkennah
05-2014, 

:

04-2011, Abu Dabi

Mr Ahmed Skounti is an anthropologist at the National Institute of Archaeology and Heritage Sciences in Rabat and Associate Professor at the University of Marrakech. He contributed to the drafting of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention and its Operational Directives. He participates in capacity-building workshops, mainly in the Arab States and Africa.

:

Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Gabón, Jordania, Kuwait, Líbano, Malí, Marruecos, Mauritania, Qatar, Túnez

Sr. SMEETS Rieks (officially: Henricus)

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, ruso, alemán, neerlandés, búlgaro

:

05-2011, Minsk
05-2012, Sarajevo
07-2012, Taskent
11-2012, 
02-2013, Almati
06-2013, 
09-2014, Phillipsburg
05-2014, 
10-2015, 

:

01-2011, Pekín
01-2011, Libreville
04-2011, Abu Dabi
03-2011, Sofia

Mr Rieks Smeets, a linguist, started his career at Leiden University. He was previously the Secretary of the Dutch Natcom for UNESCO, the Chief of the Intangible Heritage Section at UNESCO and Secretary of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention. Since then, he has been involved as trainer and facilitator in the capacity building exercise.

Sra. SOLTONGELDIEVA Sabira

: Kirguistán
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, ruso, kazaj, kirghiz

:

09-2011, Osh
04-2012, Astaná
10-2012, Bishkek
08-2012, Dushanbe
07-2012, Taskent
11-2012, 
02-2013, Almati
04-2013, Dusambé
05-2013, Biskek
08-2013, Cholpon-Ata

:

03-2011, Sofia

Ms Sabira Soltongeldieva is a Culture Programme Specialist at the Kyrgyz National Commission for UNESCO. She conducts research on cultural anthropology, with a focus on the nomadic cultures and oral traditions of Central Asia.

Sr. SOÓS Gábor

: Hungría
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, húngaro

:

03-2011, Sofia

Sr. SREĆKOVIĆ Saša

: Serbia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, alemán, serbio

:

10-2011, Cetinje
05-2012, Sarajevo
09-2014, Sofia

:

03-2011, Sofia

Mr Sasa Sreckovic is an ethnologist and senior curator at the Ethnographic Museum in Belgrade. He is currently the coordinator for Intangible Cultural Heritage for Serbia. His specialization is in the area of cultural and museum management, and the relationship between heritage and social and economic development. He is also a documentary filmmaker.

:

Bosnia y Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia

Sr. SUMINGUIT Vellorimo J.

: Filipinas
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

:

01-2011, Pekín

Mr Vellorimo J. Suminguit is an Associate professor at Central Mindanao University. He holds a PhD in anthropology and is experienced in multi-disciplinary research, information exchange, and developing capacity building programs. He is the president of Friends of Lumads and also holds membership in various professional societies including the Anthropological Association in the Philippines.

:

Filipinas

Sra. TOFFOUN Diane

: Benin
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

:

04-2012, Porto-Novo

:

Benin

Sra. TOHME-TABET Annie

: Líbano
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés, inglés, árabe

:

07-2011, Broumana
03-2012, París
06-2012, Beirut
07-2012, Madaba
10-2012, Byblos
01-2013, Doha
04-2014, 

:

04-2011, Abu Dabi

Ms Annie Thome-Tabet, an anthropologist, is currently Professor at Saint Joseph University of Beirut. She has significant experience in teaching and research. She previously participated in the UNESCO Programme “Women, development and intangible heritage”. She is actively involved in the implementation of the MEDLIHER project in Lebanon.

:

Egipto, España, Francia, Iraq, Italia, Jordania, Líbano, Portugal, Qatar

Sra. TOLEDO María Ismenia

: Venezuela (República Bolivariana de)
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

español

:

11-2012, Matanzas
03-2013, Tegucigalpa
02-2013, Majagua, Ciego de Ávila
06-2013, San Salvador
07-2013, Managua
03-2014, Baní

:

03-2011, La Habana

Maria Ismenia Toledo es Antropólogo con estudios de Postgrado en Gerencia Pública. Actualmente se desempeña como Coordinadora de la Oficina Técnica de Enlace con la UNESCO en el Centro de la Diversidad Cultural en Caracas Venezuela, prestando asistencia técnica a la representación Venezolana ante el Comité Intergubernamental de Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial. Es investigadora en materia del Patrimonio Cultural Venezolano desde el año 1981 y autora de varias publicaciones relacionadas al tema de Arqueología Venezolana, Patrimonio Cultural y Museos.

:

Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, República Dominicana, Venezuela (República Bolivariana de)

Sr. TRAORÉ Sidi

: Burkina Faso
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

:

09-2013, 
09-2014, 
11-2014, Niamey

Sra. VANDAL Sajida Haider

: Pakistán
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, punyabi, urdu

:

05-2011, Islamabad
06-2012, Colombo
06-2012, Lahore
02-2014, 

:

01-2011, Pekín

Ms. Sajida Haider Vandal is the CEO of THAAP, a non-profit organization working in culture, art and architecture in Pakistan. She worked as professor of architecture at National College of Arts, (NCA) Lahore from 2000-2007 and Principal of NCA from 1990-1994, 1999-2007. Her main fields of expertise are: architecture and planning, cultural heritage management and conservation, art and culture education and community development and empowerment of women.

:

Brunei, Indonesia, Pakistán, Sri Lanka

Sr. VUKOV Nikolai

: Bulgaria
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, ruso, búlgaro

:

07-2012, Taskent
09-2014, Sofia

:

03-2011, Sofia

Mr Nikolai Vukov (PhD) is an anthropologist and historian researching on topics of kinship, commemorations and folklore epics. He has been an Associate Researcher at the Institute of Folklore at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences since 2003 and has long-term experience in teaching and exploring various aspects of intangible cultural heritage.

:

Albania, Alemania, Bulgaria, Francia, Hungría

Sr. WALUYO Harry

: Indonesia
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés, indonesio

:

01-2011, Pekín

Mr Harry Waluyo is presently the Secretary for Body of Resource Development in the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia. He holds a degree in anthropology and history and has delivered talks on intangible cultural heritage inventories and the experience of Indonesia in managing this heritage in several international forums.

:

Indonesia

Sr. WANE Marílio

: Mozambique
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

portugués

:

11-2015, 

I was born in May 25th 1980, in Beira, Mozambique, and moved to Brazil with my family to live in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1990, where I lived for many years. In 2004, I was graduated in Social Sciences at the University of São Paulo. Next year, in 2005, I came back to live in Mozambique working as a teacher in High School institutes and the, at the ARPAC-Instituto de Investigacao Sócio-Cultural, where I am at the present time.

ARPAC is the Government’s organization (Ministry of Culture and Tourism) responsible for the Mozambican Intangible Cultural Heritage, where I worked in a research about Timbila (Masterpiece, 2005) and nowadays, in an Inventory of the country’s Tradicional Dances.

:

Angola

Sra. WANGUSA Ayeta Anne

: -
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

inglés

Ayeta Anne Wangusa is the Executive Director of CDEA. She is a creative industries social entrepreneur and a thought leader who advocates for a cultural dimension in public policies and development programmes. She is also Regional Coordinator for Africa for The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA). She is a member of the Arterial Network Cultural Policy Group and in 2014 represented Arterial Network and CDEA to provide input on culture through the Africa Working Group (AWG) response on the post 2015 development Agenda transformative issues.

She is currently an member of UNESCO Expert Facility for the 2005 Convention.
She served as East Africa’s representative on the Commonwealth Civil Society Advisory Committee (CSAC) and advised the Commonwealth Foundation from 2009 -2011.

Sra. YHARIMANANA RAKOTOMALALA Tojo

: Madagascar
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

francés

Sra. ZHANG Min

: China
Lengua(s) de trabajo:

Min Zhang has served the Ministry of Culture of China since 1989, responsible for bilateral and multilateral cultural programmes. She participated in all the meetings of the Intergovernmental Committee and General Assembly of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage from 2006 to 2012. Detached to the Intangible Cultural Heritage Section of UNESCO from 2010 to 2013, she worked in the capacity-building unit and was involved in the work of designing the training curriculum, organizing a series of training of trainers workshops and the first review meeting of the global capacity-building strategy, designing and implementing concrete capacity-building projects at national level in Asia-Pacific and the Southern African region.

:

Australia, Canadá, China, Dinamarca, Filipinas, India, Pakistán