http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/fr/état/Indonésie

Institutions, organisations, contacts

Institutions nationales

Délégation permanente de la République d’Indonésie auprès de l’UNESCO
Maison de l’UNESCO
Bureau M1.24
1, rue Miollis
75732 PARIS Cedex 15
dl.indonesia@unesco-delegations.org

Commission nationale indonésienne pour l’UNESCO
Ministry of National Education
Gedung C. , Lt 17
Jalan Jenderal Sudirman - Senayan
10270 Jakarta
Indonesia
aspnetind@cbn.net.id

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Contacts UNESCO

Bureau de l'UNESCO à Jakarta
Galuh II no 5,
Kebayoran Baru
DKI Jakarta 12110
Jakarta
Indonésie
Chargé de programme culture :
Sapardan, Wieske Octaviani; Henderson, Andrew (wo.sapardan@unesco.org; a.henderson@unesco.org )

Siège de l’UNESCO (section du PCI)
Responsable régional :
Scepi, Giovanni (g.scepi@unesco.org)

Centre(s) de catégorie 2

Centre international d’information et de travail en réseau sur le patrimoine culturel immatériel dans la région Asie-Pacifique (République de Corée)
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ONG accréditées situées dans ce pays

Nom, adresse et sourceActivités relatives au PCI
Asosiasi Tradisi Lisan (ATL)
Oral Tradition Association - ATL [en]
JI. Menteng Wadas Timur No. 8
Jakarta 12970
INDONÉSIE
Tel.: +6221-8312603

Demande d’accréditation n° 90223 : anglais
Réunion décisionnaire : 4.GA - 2012

Date de création: 1996
Domaine(s):

- oral traditions and expressions

Mesure de sauvegarde:

- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement

Pays principaux d’activité:

Indonésie

Objectifs:
• To hold various activities involving researchers, observers, people interested in oral traditions, and those who support oral traditions, in order to develop their potentials.
• To appreciate and introduce the diversity of our cultural heritage, especially oral traditions, using three approaches, Le. science / education, documentation, and performance, including its publications.
• To organize accompanying programs (applied programs) preceded by research / deep observation in order to develop oral traditions and their supporting communities by means of conservation activities, reservation, preservation, and revitalization.
• To work on the re-functioning of certain oral traditions among communities, both in their original forms and in their modified or transformed forms.
• To assist the government and the general public by providing services in information, documentation, publication, research, and the advancement of oral traditions in order to create a network of information formed among various individuals and institutions.
Activités:
• Research in the various regions such as : oral tradition of Suku Anak Dalam in Jarnbi (Continuities and discontinuities), Mabissu (Buginese dance ritual), Makyong Performance in province of Kepulauan Riau, Bedalung: oral tradition of Suku Laut (the Sea Tribe) in Province of Bangka Belitung and the art of "Tenun Ikat Flobamora" in East Nusa Tenggara.
• In cooperation with the national education department provides scholarships namely study of oral traditions program (MoU for five years 2009-2010). This program prepares grants a scholarships especially for this programmed for M.A. students and PhD student in Indonesia. Participants are young lecturers
from various universities around Indonesia. After completing their studies are expected to return home to teach at various universities This program also to train and prepare a number of scholars for research and
fieldwork on endangered languages and cultural activities in different areas all over Indonesia. Primarily it is necessary to conduct a general survey to understand the present situation of intangible cultural heritage in Indonesia, and to plan a strategy of protecting the most endangered species.
• Besides that, ATL is preparing Internasional Seminar and Festival of oral tradition in Bangka on November 2010 (Lisan VII Festival).
Coopération:
As matter of fact, the "spearhead" of the ATL's success is the speakers or storytellers, the shamans, the syeh (teachers ofIslam), the datuk (the elders), and tribal elders from various regions in Indonesia. Nevertheless, we have to express our gratitude to the researchers and resource persons who helped ATL in designing and carrying out our revitalization and accompanying programs i.e. Drs. M. Hamidi, M. Hum (Jakarta), Dr. Tabir Sitepu (Medan), Prof. Dr. Suripan Sadi Hutomo (Surabaya), Dr. Aminuddin (Malang), Prof. Dr. Mursal Esten (Padang Panjang). In addition, we would like to express our most sincere gratitude to cultural experts and artists, such as the late B.M. Syamsuddin (Pekanbam), King Hamzah Yunus (Penyengat Island), and Tengku M. Atan Rahman (a Mak Yong artist from East Bintan).
Sekretariat Nasional Perkerisan Indonesia (SNKI)
Indonesian National Kris Secretariat [en]
Graha STR, Suite 401
Jalan Ampera Raya No 11B
Cipete
Jakarta Selatan, 12550
INDONÉSIE
Tel.: +62 21 781 4169 / 780 8068 // mobile: +62 811841996

Demande d’accréditation n° 90284 : anglais
Réunion décisionnaire : 5.GA - 2014

Date de création: 2006
Sekretariat Nasional Pewayangan Indonesia
Indonesian National Wayang Secretariat - SENA WANGI [en]
Gedung Pewayangan Kautaman
First Floor Jalan Pintu I TMII
Jakarata Timur
INDONÉSIE
Tel.: +62-21 877 99 388; +62-813 820 61788

Demande d’accréditation n° 90297 : anglais
Réunion décisionnaire : 5.GA - 2014

Date de création: 1975