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

Institutions, organisations, contacts

Institutions nationales

Délégation permanente de la Mongolie auprès de l’UNESCO
Ambassade de Mongolie
5, avenue Robert Schumann
92 Boulogne-Billancourt
info@ambassademongolie.fr

Commission nationale de la Mongolie pour l’UNESCO
Government building XI
PO Box-38,
Revolution avenue
Ulaanbaatar
Mongolia
natcom@unesco.mn; g.jargalsaikhan@unesco.mn (SG); jsaikhan@yahoo.com (SG); n.tumenjargal@unesco.mn (Assistant SG); tumenjrgl@yahoo.com (Assistant SG)

Autorité désignée pour l’utilisation de l’emblème :

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Contacts UNESCO

Bureau de l'UNESCO à Beijing
Jianguomenwai Compound
Waijiaogongyu 5-15-3
Beijing, 100600
Chine
Chargé de programme culture :
Federica Iellici (temporary) (f.iellici@unesco.org)

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

ONG accréditées situées dans ce pays

Nom, adresse et sourceActivités relatives au PCI
Foundation for the Protection of Natural and Cultural Heritage
Mongolian ICOMOS National Committee
#315, Zoos Goyol Building
Baga toiruu-17 Chingiltei District
Ulaanbaatar
MONGOLIE
Tel.: +(976) 11 315-652

Demande d’accréditation n° 90151 : anglais
Réunion décisionnaire : 3.GA - 2010

Date de création: 2000
Budget: U.S.$632
Domaine(s):

- oral traditions and expressions
- performing arts
- traditional craftsmanship

Mesure de sauvegarde:

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

Objectifs:
Mongolia is the birthplace of nomadic culture and civilization that has the history of thousands of years. We have been engaging our activities with the purpose to protect, recreate study and introduce the historical and cultural prides of Mongolia, and to train human resources in the cultural heritage sector within the framework of activities of the Mongolian government and diverse projects of various stakeholders to protect historical and cultural heritages. Our slogan is “Let’s protect the historical and cultural valuable heritages of our nation and transmit them to our next generations”
Since unique and rare materials and intellectual heritages created by the Mongolians are great pride of Mongolia and also part of the worldwide cultural heritages, we aim to promote our heritages in the world.
One of our most important goals is to organize various kinds of activities and events to raise public awareness on the cultural and historical valuable heritages of Asian countries and worldwide.
Objectives of our Foundation include:
- To protect, recreate, introduce and study the unique, rare, materials, intangible and intellectual heritages on the basis of scientific researches,
- To publicize and promote historical and cultural sites among international and domestic organizations
- To contact and engage cooperative activities with the same kind of international organizations for extending our foreign relations in the field of cultural and historical heritage
- To qualify and propagate the intellectual creations made by children and young people in cultural heritage field

Activités:
We engaged in the activity to register the cultural and historical sites in the Orkhon valley to the World Heritage List, and our foundation and “Foundation for Promotion of the World Heritage” of Germany jointly organized the national seminar “Management issues on the cultural and historical sites in the Orkhon valley” in 2003.
Our Foundation and “Foundation for Promotion of the World Heritage” of Germany have jointly implemented the project to recreate and signpost the tourist/guest path to the Tuvkhun monastery, established by Undur Gegeen Zanabazar in 17th century. Tuvkhun Monastery is located in a natural scenic place, which is historic and cultural site and part of the world heritage as well.
Our Foundation and Japanese Clubs/Associations of the UNESCO have successfully organized the “Picture Festival for the Asian Children” among the children of 24 Asian countries, twice through the years of 2000 – 2002, 2003 – 2005 in Mongolia with the support of the Mitsubishi Corporation.
Japanese Association of the World Heritage and our Foundation successfully conducted the “World heritage of Asia”, the ten-days Mongolian and Japanese Forum Trip in the cultural sites of the world heritage in the Orkhon valley, and in the Great Gobi desert in June 2005.
Since 2005, we have been playing an active role in the procession and implementation of the projects for identifying, safeguarding and transmitting the intangible cultural heritage and its bearers. For instance, we elaborated the project proposal for the inventory making of the intangible cultural heritage of Mongolia in cooperation with the Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO.
We have members who become a shining example for the young generations of our foundation with their excellent skills and experiences possessed as a result of efficiently working in the various sectors of cultural heritage field for a long period of time (from 30 to 44 years). For example, Dr. Urtnasan.N, President of Association of Mongolian Long Song, and Mr. Yundenbat.S, Executive Director of Mongolian National Center for the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Mr. Urtnasan.N is an author and co-author of “Historical and cultural monuments and sites in the territory of Mongolia” (1999), “Conservation of immovable historical and cultural heritage in Mongolia” (2006), “Cultural history of Mongolia” (2002) and “History and culture of the Mongols” (2004), “Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape: World Heritage site” and “Sacred Sites in Mongolia and biodiversity conservation” (2007). Mr. Yundenbat has written number of articles, books and is a producer of the following documentaries: Mongolian Traditional Music Instrument: Morin Khuur (2003), Mongolian Traditional Song: Urtiin Duu (2005), Chingges Tengeriin Toin (1999), Melody of Galbinga (2001), Melody of Tsuur (2006).
Currently, we are taking measures to create a database of the Mongolian long song-singers and develop their repertory in cooperation with the Association of Mongolian Long Song.
Executive Director of Mongolian National Center for the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Mr. Urtnasan.N is an author and co-author of “Historical and cultural monuments and sites in the territory of Mongolia” (1999), “Conservation of immovable historical and cultural heritage in Mongolia” (2006), “Cultural history of Mongolia” (2002) and “History and culture of the Mongols” (2004), “Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape: World Heritage site” and “Sacred Sites in Mongolia and biodiversity conservation” (2007). Mr. Yundenbat has written number of articles, books and is a producer of the following documentaries: Mongolian Traditional Music Instrument: Morin Khuur (2003), Mongolian Traditional Song: Urtiin Duu (2005), Chingges Tengeriin Toin (1999), Melody of Galbinga (2001), Melody of Tsuur (2006).
Currently, we are taking measures to create a database of the Mongolian long song-singers and develop their repertory in cooperation with the Association of Mongolian Long Song.


Coopération:
The Foundation for Protection of Historical and Cultural Heritage has close cooperation with the bearers of the intangible cultural heritage, such as long song-singers, throat singing-singers, and epic singers and so on. We conducted case studies on the bearers of intangible cultural heritage in 2006-2007 and published the report book 'Mongolian rituals, manners and festivals'.
There are number of governmental and non-governmental organizations we cooperate with, such as the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of Mongolia, Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO, Mongolian National Centre for the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Association of Mongolian Long Song, Mongolian Cultural Studies Association, and etc.
We are engaged in the activities (such as identifying the bearers of intangible cultural heritage and creating inventories) being implemented by the Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO within the framework of the project 'Implementation of UNESCO 'Living Human Treasures' System in Mongolia' with the support of Intangible Cultural Heritage Center for Asia and the Pacific. Moreover, we got engaged in the elaboration of the 'List of Types and Forms of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Mongolia' with the relevant bodies and submitted to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of Mongolia for further approval. We also cooperated with he Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO on the elaboration of the nomination file for 'Mongol Tuuli: Mongolian Epic’ for the inscription on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.
Furthermore, we aim to continue our active involvements and efforts for compiling and publishing the inventories on the protection of historical and cultural heritages in Mongolia, preparing the nomination files to register petrography of Mongolia in the World Heritage List, compiling data on the Mongolian sacred mountains, and publishing manuals and instructions on survey to safeguard the Mongolian intellectual heritages.