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The Committee took note of progress made in the implementation of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape and Recommendation concerning the Protection and Promotion of Museums and Collection, their Diversity and their Role in Society.
Protecting and promoting tangible cultural and natural heritage Convention and the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape SDGs 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15 Efforts will continue to enhance the credibility of the Convention including Tentative Lists, nominations clearly demonstrating outstanding universal value, and decisionmaking by the World Heritage Committee.
Furthermore, the General Conference adopted in the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape, including a glossary of definitions…. The CR Committee is thus responsible for monitoring the implementation of the following 2 conventions and 14 recommendations: Objective 2 Enhance the capacities of SIDS to safeguard their cultural and natural heritage, including marine and underwater cultural heritage Integrate the holistic approach to cultural heritage preservation, carried by the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscapeinto the development policies and planning strategies.
Protecting, conserving, promoting and transmitting culture and heritage for dialogue and development The tangible cultural heritage conventions and its two protocols,and continue to be seen as key instruments. However, the tangible heritage conventions have varying levels of ratification: He explained that the report was structured in a way to reflect the work carried out by the World Heritage Centre in view of having the approach of the Recommendation supporting the implementation of the World Heritage Convention Executive summary of hul the conservation of historic urban ensembles, beyond the World Heritage List.
He also underlined the fact that although the application of the historic urban landscape approach focuses on three priority regions Africa, the Arab States and Latin America and the Caribbeaninteresting work was carried out in Asia, with the Executive summary of hul of the World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for the Asia and the Pacific Region category 2 centreas well as in Europe with the UNITOWN network network of universities located in cities that have part of their urban space inscribed on the World Heritage List.
He further mentioned the development of promotion materials to better explain the principles of the historic urban landscape approach and finally stressed the key role of the Recommendation in the elaboration of the report on the role of Culture and Heritage in Sustainable Urban Development prepared by UNESCO in the framework of the Agenda for Sustainable Development and to be presented at Habitat III conference in October They all welcomed the report and stressed the relevance of this normative instrument, as well as the interest in having it widely used for the conservation of urban ensembles, be there inscribed on the World Heritage List or not.
Three Committee Members acknowledged the need to link this Recommendation with the Agenda for Sustainable Development and one of them suggested to reflect that in the draft decision on this item.
They also expressed their wish to see a calendar for the submission of such reports presented. He explained that the expert meetings held in in Rio de Janeiro and Paris confirmed the need to clarify the key concepts carried by the Recommendation hence the focus of the World Heritage Centre and its partners on this important aspect of the application of the normative instrument.
In terms of reinforcement of the application of the Recommendation with the objective to receive reports from the Member States, the representative of the Director-General explained that the ongoing work carried out by UNESCO with the Report on the role of Culture and Heritage in Sustainable Urban Development is providing a very high visibility to the normative instrument used, the Recommendation being a major one.
The World Heritage Centre will continue to implement activities aimed at preparing regional or subregional action plans in in the three priority regions: Besides promoting the approach in Europe, this initiative has the merit of considering the role of the academic world in the implementation of the Recommendation.
The aim of the activities is to convince Member States of the relevance of the historic urban landscapecentred approach and to demonstrate its benefits, not only in the conservation of urban areas inscribed or in the process of being inscribed on the World Heritage List, but also in sustainable urban planning in general.
Encourages Member States to submit their reports on the application of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape; 5.
Also recalls that the periodic consultation of Member States on the implementation of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape is intended to enable the Organization to assess both the extent to which Member States are implementing that instrument, and the obstacles that they encounter; 6.
Reaffirms the importance of the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape and of its implementation by Member States, in the context of the Agenda for Sustainable Development; 7.
Recommends that the General Conference invite those Member States that have not taken measures to implement the Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape to do so, and to provide the required reports thereon; 9.
The Executive Board, 1. Requests the Director-General to ensure the implementation of the legal framework for the enforcement of standard-setting instruments, adopted at its th session, by the programme sectors and the UNESCO Institute of Statistics UISwhich have responsibility for the conventions and recommendations monitored by the Committee on Conventions and Recommendations; 5.
Decides to continue consideration of the matter at its th session. Integrate the holistic approach to cultural heritage preservation, carried by the UNESCO Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscapeinto the development policies and planning strategies.
The World Heritage Committee also encouraged the States Parties to the Convention for the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage to integrate the concept of the historic urban landscape in their nominations and in the formulation of management plans for sites nominated for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
In Decemberthe World Heritage Centre held a meeting to discuss the implementation of the Recommendation. The meeting, attended by 36 experts, led to the adoption of a plan of action calling for the establishment of partnerships with other institutions and organizations to promote the Recommendation worldwide.
Three priority regions were identified for the implementation of the Recommendation in the coming years: Member States, particularly those of the three priority regions, were invited to support the efforts of the World Heritage Centre to promote the implementation of the Recommendation, including hosting technical meetings, workshops and conferences on the scope and application of the instrument.
A full list of the workshops, with an evaluation of the results obtained and challenges, has been posted online on the CR website. Regional action plans should be implemented in and The aim is to convince Member States of the relevance of an approach centred on the historic urban landscape and to demonstrate its benefit in the conservation of urban areas that are, or are in the process of being inscribed on the World Heritage List.
The objective of the meeting was to review the relevant texts and to promote a better understanding of the Recommendation as a UNESCO standard-setting instrument, enabling better integration of cultural heritage conservation in development policies. The Committee took note of the report of the international meeting held in Rio de Janeiro and [here to end, from decision] decided to examine the proposals contained in the report within the framework of the revision of the Operational Guidelines at its 39th session, in The consolidated report on the implementation of this Recommendation will be examined by the Executive Board at its th session autumn and then by the General Conference at its 38th session in Rural communities and vulnerable groups in Baluchistan and South Punjab have been engaged in creative industries.
Teachers have shown improved capacity in heritage education; their engagement for the promotion of the cultural diversity went through the incorporation of local ICH practices into teaching and learning.
The important role of urban heritage as a source of social cohesion, creativity and innovation has been upheld through the implementation of a Historic Urban landscape project in the city of Rawalpindi.
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