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The Intangible Heritage Messenger

Conceived for ICH professionals, national delegations, national commissions, colleagues within UNESCO and other UN agencies, NGOs, private partners and other actors from civil society, the Messenger was intended to provide updates on the status of the Convention’s ratification and implementation. The newsletter also reported on fieldwork and research, best practices, action plans for Masterpieces, living human treasures, endangered languages, oral traditions, traditional music and dance and much more.

The Intangible Heritage Messenger N&deg;10 (October 2008)
The Intangible Heritage Messenger N°10 (October 2008)

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