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UNESCO Venice Newsletter – Issue N°4 2010 (October–December)

©UNESCOUNESCO Venice Newsletter - Issue N°3 2010 Cover

Published quarterly in English, it covers UNESCO news and programmes in Italy and in the South-East European region

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This fourth issue focuses on the  results attained by the Office, its mandate and focus areas. Particular attention is given to the successful implementation of joint activities oriented towards strengthening scientific and cultural cooperation in the region, reflecting shared objectives by both the Office and its host country, Italy. It features articles about UN initiatives and joint programming in the region, Science and Culture activities, and it closes with a back story.

All articles are free of copyright and may be reproduced providing that the issue is credited.

IN THIS ISSUE :

HEADLINES                     2

Editorial
Director-General Official visit to Italy

SPECIAL FEATURE

Main Focus Areas            3

SCIENCE

PART 1                               4&5 

Management Plan for the World Heritage Site Venice and its Lagoon
From Global to Regional: Local Sea Level Rise Scenarios
World Science Day - 10 November 2010
REIC Summer School visit

CULTURE

PART 1                               6&7

Cultural Heritage – a Bridge towards a Shared Future
Good Practices and the Digisation of Cultural Heritage in SEE                  
National History Museums in SEE
Intangible Cultural Heritage: a World Stage for the Venetian Traditions

UN JOINT INITIATIVES

PART 1 & 2                 8 & 9

Media, Citizens & Intercultural communication
Capacities building: Heritage & Creativity
Minstrels – a living tradition of Turkey

IN BRIEF                         10

Treasures from Montenegro
BackStory

Director of Publication: Engelbert Ruoss; Editor: Rosanna Santesso; Web/Graphic Editor : Anne Ajoux

Graphic theme : IBD Studios. Front cover picture and page top corner captions based upon : nasa.gov - Global Rotation showing Seasonal Landcover and Arctic Sea Ice




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