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Institutions, organisations, contacts

Institutions nationales

Délégation permanente de la République islamique d’Iran auprès de l’UNESCO
Maison de l’UNESCO
1, rue Miollis
75732 PARIS Cedex 15
dl.iran@unesco-delegations.org

Iranian National Commission for UNESCO
15, 1st St., Shahid Hesari St.
Mirdamad Blvd.
IR - 1548946111 Tehran
Islamic Republic of Iran
unesco@irunesco.org; saeidabadi@irunesco.org

Autorité désignée pour l’utilisation de l’emblème :

Ce pays n’a pas encore désigné d’autorité nationale chargée des questions liées à l’utilisation de l’emblème de la Convention pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel

En savoir plus sur l’utilisation de l’emblème

Contacts UNESCO

Bureau de l'UNESCO à Téhéran
Bahman Building
Sa'adabad Complex
Darband Sq
Tajrish Sq
Tehran 19894
Iran (République islamique d’)

Siège de l’UNESCO (section du PCI)
Responsable régional :
Drobna, Helena (h.drobna@unesco.org)

Centre(s) de catégorie 2

Centre régional de recherche pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel en Asie de l’Ouest et en Asie centrale
Les fonctions du centre sont les suivantes : (a) créer et tenir à jour un système d’information automatisé recensant et reliant les institutions, les organisations locales et les spécialistes participant à la sauvegarde du PCI dans la région ; (b) recueillir et diffuser des informations sur les mesures juridiques, administratives, financières et autres prises par les États participant aux activités du centre en vue de sauvegarder le PCI présent sur leur territoire ; (c) recueillir et diffuser des informations sur les activités de sauvegarde menées dans les États participant aux activités du centre ; (d) organiser des activités afin de mettre au point des méthodologies de recherche et encourager des études concernant la sauvegarde du PCI, notamment des études relatives au développement d’un tourisme respectueux du PCI ; (e) organiser des activités afin de recenser et de promouvoir les bonnes pratiques en matière de sauvegarde et d’aider les États parties à renforcer leur capacité d’élaborer des dossiers présentant ces pratiques au Comité intergouvernemental de sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel afin qu’il les examine, comme le prévoit l’article 18 de la Convention de 2003 ; (f) coordonner les activités visant à sensibiliser davantage les détenteurs et praticiens du patrimoine culturel immatériel et à renforcer leurs capacités, afin de leur permettre de participer activement au recensement, à l’inventaire et à la gestion de leur PCI ; (g) renforcer les moyens disponibles pour la constitution des dossiers de proposition d’inscription sur les deux listes de la Convention de 2003 et pour l’élaboration des demandes et des rapports à soumettre au Comité intergouvernemental, notamment en ce qui concerne les éléments communs du patrimoine culturel immatériel ; (h) coopérer et échanger des informations avec d’autres centres de catégorie 2 placés sous l’égide de l’UNESCO en Asie et ailleurs, dans le domaine de la sauvegarde du PCI ; (i) informer le Comité intergouvernemental et le secrétariat de la Convention de 2003 des activités pertinentes menées dans la région et aider à la mise en oeuvre de la Convention.
c/o Iranian Cultural Heritage, Handicraft and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO)
No. 15, Emam Khomeini Avenue
P.O. Box 11365-4834
Tehran
yadollahparmoun@yahoo.com

ONG accréditées situées dans ce pays

Nom, adresse et sourceActivités relatives au PCI
Doostdaran and Hafezane Kheshte Kham Association - DHKKA
No. 839, First Floor, 12-A Block
Baharan Qadim Complex
Baharan Boulevard
Safaeieh, Yazd
IRAN (RÉPUBLIQUE ISLAMIQUE D’)
URL: www.kheshtekham.glogfa.com
Tel.: +98-351 8245358; +98 09131532657

Demande d’accréditation n° 90289 : anglais
Réunion décisionnaire : 5.GA - 2014

Date de création: 2008
Domaine(s):

- performing arts
- social practices, rituals and festive events
- knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- traditional craftsmanship
- Training and Consultation on safeguarding intangible and tangible cultural heritage

Mesure de sauvegarde:

- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Pays principaux d’activité:

Iran (République islamique d’)

Objectifs:
1. Identify, Conserve and Preserve Yazd's diverse tangible and intangible cultural heritage resources as a basis for retaining and enhancing strong community character
2. Defining a preliminary suitable template for a National and local Inventory of Intangible Cultural
Heritage to:
Enhance knowledge of intangible cultural heritage among the community and tourists;
Familiarize national officials with the mechanisms of the Convention for the Safeguarding of the
Intangible Cultural Heritage (2003), and organize training in the documentation of intangible cultural heritage.
3. Promote cultural tourism and cultural heritage through supporting local craftsmanship and training activities
4. Raising public awareness in protecting tangible and intangible cultural heritage in historical quarters
5- Promote historic and cultural resource conservation and preservation as a socio-economic tool in the revitalization of historical quarters.
Activités:
1. Public awareness campaign and media support on heritage conservation with community and local government
2. Advocacy with governmental and non-governmental organizations and media to support responsible policies in terms of intangible cultural heritage in historical quarters
3. Training of local craftsmanship and development of local handicraft market in historical quarters
4. Organization of seminars, training workshops, exhibitions and cultural festive to support intangible cultural heritage with participation of local communities in historical quarters
5. Provision of consultancy to municipalities in heritage-based elements of revitalizing historical quarters
6. Facilitation of community-based activities to mobilize and empower local community in protecting cultural heritage in historical quarters
7. DHKKA has initiated an inventory of the endemic folk and decorative arts, crafts and trades that have the potential to be officially recognized as Yazd heritage products, conducting an inventory of those craftsmen, artisans and trades people that are using traditional methods for the production of heritage products and creating and maintaining a database of "living history" interpreters, storytellers, and musicians as a basis for future heritage tourism development opportunities.
8.1n response to safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage, the most important achievement of the DHKKA is initiation of 'Badgir Foundation', dedicated to research, documentation and study of Indigenous Technology and Utilization of Wind Towers for promotion of Environmentally Compatible Energy Systems in Iran. Pursuant to the 2-year attempt of DHKKA in official endorsement of the 'Wind Towers Technology" as an Iranian Intangible Cultural Heritage, compiled by a team of researchers and consultants, the initiative was officially approved in the 8th National Congress of Recording Intangible Cultural Heritage in early 2013. DHKKA is currently building on advocacy and documentation of 'Wind-Tower' as a UNESCO- supported Iranian
Intangible Cultural Heritage at International level to promote the Global enforcement of local and national initiatives.
9. In addition to official documentation of 'Wind-Tower' technology as the national intangible heritage, DHKKA has also contributed to documentation and promotion of Traditional Games (including Mallet) in Yazd as Indigenous ways of communication and social learning, facilitating interactive apprenticeships particularly for the youth. DHKKA has also contributed to promotion and marketing of Yazd Traditional Sweets, Bakery & Confectionery Products using the tourist trail approach and it aims at documenting and recording the Traditional Games, Sweets and costumes of Yazd as Iranian Intangible Cultural Heritage at International level.
Coopération:
Among many of its community-based initiatives, DHKKA has formed the group "Heritage Safe Keepers". The group has served as a catalyst in mobilizing the local community in protecting cultural heritage in Yazd historical quarter. Accordingly, the group has been active in advocacy with local government, media and NGOs in raising awareness on heritage conservation and has contributed to research activities and strategy making in regenerating/revitalizing historical quarters. The group has also involved local community in organizing cultural festivals and exhibitions, also advocating cultural tourism by training specialized tour guides and leading cultural tours in Yazd historical quarters. DHKKA leads community-based, environmental campaigns that inspires and empowers communities living in historical context of Yazd to clean up, fix up and conserve their environment. The awareness raising events with the common goal of cleaning up, fixing up and conserving the local heritage environment are organized during Norouz (Iranian New Year) and other national festivals. DHKKA also promotes Cultural tourism by organizing special cultural events, exhibitions, and celebrations during tourism seasons, promoting the local cultural heritage through exhibitions showcasing traditional crafts, artwork, sport and cuisine.
DHKKA also involves both the local community and the tourists in promotion, coordination and organizing of cultural, artistic, sport and other performances that contribute to enrichment of cultural tourism. The activity is facilitated by involving the community and tourists through participating in conferences, workshops, attending historical and religious festivals and reviving folkloric, traditional and artistic activities, as well as through organizing cultural tours and visits. Through its community members and active volunteers, DHKKA has initiated local tourist informative centers to inform visitors about tourism, cultural and heritage values of the community.
DHKKA has mobilized the community in creating and maintaining local inventories of available historic buildings and structures, at local level, which has resulted in registration of the houses of the famous 'Farrokhi Yazdi' and 'Bostani' among the national cultural heritage of Iran.