viernes, 17 de septiembre de 2010

A Conservation of World Patrimony Workshop Takes Place in Havana

The Caribbean sub-regional workshop of the Convention of World Patrimony was taking place in Havana until September 17th, with participating delegates from 12 countries. The workshop, sponsored by UNESCO, the U.N. Organization for Education, Science, and Culture, had the objective to enable the state World Patrimony Convention departments to contribute to the efficient application on the national level.

At the inauguration of the event, Jerman Van Jof, director of the Regional Office of Culture for Latin America and the UNESCO,, referred to the development of the Action Plan for the protection of World Patrimony sites in the region. He stated that among those principles are the development of the identification, protection, and integration of the exceptional legacies of the Caribbean.

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