Rubbers, J. Iyenda note bien les suspicions que rencontre un chercheur de sexe masculin quand il interroge une femme alors que son mari est absent cf. Trouver sa place dans un projet devient une fin en soi. Vandenbussche Handicap international , de G. Dibwe, O. Kakudji et P.
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Kakudji, B. Rubbers, G. Iyenda, L. Rubbers, D. Dibwe et G. Fonteyne et T. Jeurissen, D. Dibwe, A. Kakudji , la biographie des objets personnels V. Matangila , le focus group A.
Kakudji et G. Par contre, on ressent le vide au niveau des recherches dans les petites villes et en milieu rural. Kahola dans les commissariats de Lubumbashi. Le travail de A. Les articles de A. Kakudji sur les enfants en rupture, de F. Kahola, L. Dibwe, B. Rubbers, A. Iyenda et B. Vandenbussche, G. Fonteyne, D. Porignon et al. Jourdan et K.
Appadurai , Arjun, Portsmouth, N. Biaya , T. One of these is the International Committee on Intangible Cultural Heritage which, within the mandate of ICOMOS as an organisation concerned with the conservation of monuments and sites, specialises in the protection of sites that have intangible values and in so doing the conservation of the intangible that gives value to certain monuments and sites. ICOMOS has six principal objectives: To bring together conservation specialists from around the world and serve as a forum for professional dialogue and exchange; To collect, evaluate and diffuse information on conservation principles, techniques and policies; To co-operate with national and international authorities on the establishment of documentation centres specialising in conservation; To work for the adoption and implementation of international conventions on the conservation and enhancement of architectural heritage; To participate in the organisation of training programs for conservation specialists on a world wide scale; To put the expertise of qualified professionals and specialists at the service of the international community.
ICOMOS members, who are specialists in the management of sites with intangible cultural heritage associations, were part of their national delegations in the drafting process of the ICH Convention. The core business of ICOMOS is the conservation of monuments and sites and the development of standards of professional practice and networks.
Our focus is how appropriate and adequate protection of sites can strengthen intangible heritage practices; and how intangible values such as traditional knowledge systems, crafts and practices contribute to the sustainability of cultural places and landscapes. Key activities in this area: Debate around ICH and its associations with monuments and sites.
ICH features strongly in regards to the strengthening of traditional practices and the benefits for sustainability and indigenous practices associated with cultural landscapes. Development of national and international standards of professional intangible cultural heritage practice in relation to sites and landscapes.
The establishment of a network of specialists in ICH values.
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Members are actively involved in research and documentation activities under the Convention; they share expertise and activate to promote the convention. UK, Australia and Mexico. Our members actively participate in national and international conferences and publish extensively on this subject through scholarly books and peer reviewed journals.
Perpetuation and transmission of the ICH aspects of a site. Strengthening of ICH practices. Identification of conservation measures needed on a site to ensure continuation of associated cultural practices Recognition and strengthening of traditional land management systems as a means of conserving a site and associated ICH practices.
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Training of community members in conventional heritage conservation practice, tourism management, etc. ICOMOS members routinely work with issues associated with community heritage and international standards and governance systems for conservation of heritage, both tangible and intangible. Tsenka Ivanova and Dr. Svetlozar Vlaykov - Intern. Svetlozar Vlaykov — Intern. Les festivals invitent et font la promotion des peuples minoritaires et autochtones.
Le CQPV dispense de plus des formations professionnelles relatives aux arts traditionnels. Des cahiers de stage sont ensuite produits pour les participants. Assistance technique aux Administrations. Projets pilotes. Promotion et diffusion des informations relatives au Patrimoine Gastronomique traditionnel, y compris site web en construction.
The CCCC was created in and its main purposes, as stablished in its by-laws, are: Promote human towers and its values, spread its knowledge, and to stimulate research on the topic, while looking after its good image and safeguarding. Manage and defend the affiliates' common interests and goods. CCCC is currently in charge to hire insurance policies for all the 'colles'. Represent the human towers collective before the administrations, media, etc. Promote good practices on human towers, especially on safety.
Promote good understanding among its affiliates. As you can see, the organization's first aim deals directly with the safeguarding of this cultural intangible heritage element. The first one www.
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The second one www. Both websites also explain what the Intangible Heritage Convention from Unesco is. Documentation: The www. New data is added each weekend, as new performances take place.
Catalan Human Towers", whose aim is to sanction official products and goods which give part of its profits to the "colles castelleres". Promotion: The CCCC has developed several actions aimed to promote human towers among concrete collectives, such as immigrant population or children through schools. The last of these actions is an activity that promotes both human towers and reading through libraries. The first one is dedicated to safety and technical issues regarding human towers.
The second one deals with legal, financial and organizational matters. The CCCC has also been responsible to develop several studies that have allowed human towers to become a safer activity, including the development of a special helmet used by children climbing on the towers. Revitalization: As a federation that gathers all the "colles", the CCCC also works as a forum where all the different groups can debate and decide jointly the future path for the element.
Revitalization: The CCCC offers help to new "colles" when they are born, while at the same time checking that these new groups respect the human towers tradition and established values.
Preservation, protection and revitalization: The CCCC boosted in the document titled "The Social Values of Human Towers", approved by all members, in which the "colles" ratified their compromise with values such as amateurism, a sustainable and responsible management, inner pluralism and democratic functioning.
Most of these actions can be checked through our websites. This means that it is made up of groups that work the intangible cultural heritage.