17 June 2013 - El Salvador: first community-based inventorying experiences of intangible cultural heritage following the ratification of the Convention

Extraction of sugar cane for the production of panela (brown sugar sweet)

Just nine months after the ratification of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, UNESCO and the Secretariat of Culture of the Presidency of El Salvador join forces in organizing an intensive training in community-based inventorying from 17 to 25 June 2013. Starting with a first theoretical phase in the country’s capital, San Salvador, which will involve about thirty participants coming from the Secretariat of Culture, non-governmental organizations and community representatives from Conchagua, a third of the

20 March 2013 - Central America: capacity-building programme for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage kicked-off

20 September 2012 - A new momentum for living heritage in Central American countries