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Expert meeting will focus on: • Museum as basic cultural institute, which permit to preserve and develop cultural diversity • Cultural diversity as an essential element for sustainable development • Preservation of the intangible heritage as a ground for cultural diversity preservation • Museums and museum-reserves as main expert organizations that preserve intangible cultural heritage • Role of small nations and social groups in preservation of intangible cultural heritage • Role of museums in preservation of World Heritage Objects of UNESCO WHL. • Specifics of work – challenges and opportunities of museums, situated on territories of World Heritage Objects • Development of new legal documents on the protection and promotion of museums– international and national levels This Regional UNESCO/ICOM Expert meeting for CIS countries is directed at strengthening the social and educational roles of museums as vectors for intercultural dialogue and enhancing their links with the UNESCO Conventions. Expert meeting is prepared on the basis of recommendations of the expert meetings conducted within the UNESCO/IFESCCO Pilot Project “Running a Museum – 21 Century” (2011-2014). The program of the Expert Meeting in Moscow and Rostov the Great assumes the involvement of the leading specialists in the area of the cultural and natural heritage preservation, museum management as well as participation of the representatives of the of museums from the UNESCO Moscow Office’s cluster countries, including Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, the Republic of Moldova, the Russian Federation.
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Score: 914316.6 - https://en.unesco.org/events/%...ors-intercultural-dialogue-and
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Thirteenth Meeting of the International Advisory Committee (IAC) of the Memory of the World Programme UNESCO Headquarters, Paris (Bonvin Building, Room XVI) 24 to 27 October 2017 Regional Action Plan for the Implementation of the UNESCO Recommendation on Documentary Heritage in Western and Central Asia 1 Regional Action Plan for the Implementation of the UNESCO Recommendation on Documentary Heritage in Western and Central Asia1 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION OF DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE P.1 SECTION 2: PRESERVATION OF DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE P.2 SECTION 3: ACCESS TO DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE P.3 SECTION 4: POLICY MEASURES FOR THE PRESERVATION OF AND ACCESS TO DOCUMENTARY HERITAGE P.3 Section 1: Identification of documentary heritage What are the main challenges in your country and region for identifying documentary heritage? (...) National registers of documentary heritage not yet developed in manymember states To establish the National Memory of the World Committees and Registers To nominate significant documentary heritage to the MoW International and Regional Registers By providing training/guidance in establishing national registers Support for the formation of National MoW Committees and Registers Regional training on developing nominations to the MoW Registers Participation in the regional MOWCAP meeting 1Developed by the delegates from seven Member States (Iran, Azerbaijan, India, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan) participating at the Regional Seminar on Strengthening Cooperation for the Preservation and Access to Documentary Heritage, 29-30 August 2017, Tehran, IR of Iran 2 Limited collaboration between national memory institutions to identify documentary heritage Establishing National Memory of the World Committees that include members from memory institutions, civil society, governments, individual experts and university Periodic meetings between institutions Joint programmes between different agencies Sharing of facilities (infrastructure e.g. archival repositories) By connecting memory institutions across the countries Publication on different models of National MoW Committees in the region Documentary heritage often located outside of the countries Encouraging and funding bilateral or multilateral engagement for access to copies, and in certain cases repatriation By engaging in joint nominations to MoW Registers and raising awareness Regional training on joint nominations Clarification on the mechanism for joint nominations Expert meeting for the identification of documentary heritage for joint nominations Lack of comprehensive lists/catalogues to access to copies of documentary heritage in the region Encouraging institutions to develop and share catalogues Developing standardized protocols for sharing catalogues Cataloguing conference at the regional level (India and Iran offered to host) Section 2: Preservation of documentary heritage What are the main challenges in your country and region for preserving documentary heritage? (...) Lack of financial resources Raising awareness on the importance of preservation Public-private Practical assistance can be offered by countries that are in a position to do so Identification of countries in need of assistance and those who are in a position to assist 3 partnerships and fund- raising Existence of various types of documentary heritage materials (e.g metals, wood, paper, leaves etc.) which require specific methods of preservation Supporting preservation trainings and networking of experts Taking benefits from the expertise of some countries to support preservation training Preservation trainings provided by Iran/India Shortage of qualified human resources for preservation due to the turnover of experts in memory institutions and National MoW Committees Supporting appropriate knowledge transfer Integrating the knowledge transfer and the preservation of institutional memory into the human resources policy of the institutions N/A N/A Lack of facilities to undertake preservation actions To raise funding To share the UNESCO Recommendation to the governments and heads of institutions Assistance can be offered by countries that are in a position to do so Identification of countries in need of assistance and those who are in a position to assist Lack of guidelines for digital preservation Developing policy on the preservation of digital heritage Sharing guidelines and regional experiences/good practices in digital preservation Sharing the guidelines for digital preservation (PERSIST Guidelines) Supporting training on digital preservation Section 3: Access to documentary heritage What are the main challenges in your country and region for accessing to documentary heritage?
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Score: 905154.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ion_plan_asia_withcover_en.pdf
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• In this regard, the Secretariat of the National Committee of the Memory of the World held the regional meeting (Asia - Pacific ) of the directors of the National Committees of the Memory of the World in September 2017 to raise awareness regarding the UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Preservation of, and Access to, Documentary Heritage, including digital heritage in Iran. • Representatives of the Committee actively participated at the Regional Meeting of the Memory of the World Program (2017, MOCAP) • Members of the Memory of the World National Committee , such as the National Library and Archives Organizations, University of Tehran, Foreign Ministry, Parliament, Documentary Heritage Research Center and other centers hold expert meetings and training courses to improve the knowledge of preservation of, and access to documentary Heritage. • During the last year, Memory of the World National Committee held five workshops, focusing on the objectives of the Memory of the World program in different regions (provinces of Fars, Hamedan, Kurdistan, Lorestan, Sistan and Baluchestan). Experts from various organizations of the neighboring provinces participated at the said workshops. (...) How national memory institutions interfere in expert associations and international networks? There is active cooperation among the national memory institutions, expert associations and international networks, but so far, there has been no interference. 19.
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Score: 898525 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/mow_report_iran.pdf
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Documented use cases that transcend NSOs with pilot implementations. 3. Community of experts on the theme of input privacy preservation techniques. 3 Alternatives considered 1. (...) While certainly not the goal of the project, input from legal experts, privacy advocates, civil rights activists is a possible by-catch of the public consultation. (...) Participation of this group in the HLG-MOS workshops will bring activities that stimulate thinking as a community that shares things from the start. 8 Expected resources and costs These are the expected resources needed for 2022: • Experts in statistical methodologies, privacy preservation techniques, information management and information technology • Space in UNECE's Wiki to facilitate community • Virtual meeting facilities to support monthly meetings • Resources to organize a physical sprint • Resources to organize a physical workshop • Support to the UN/ECE HLG-MOS Secretariat to help coordinate the group
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Score: 896413.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...%20Preserving%20Techniques.pdf
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A list of experts shall be established and maintained in respect of each of the fields of (1) fisheries, (2) protection and preservation of the marine environment, (3) marine scientific research, and (4) navigation, including pollution from vessels and by dumping. 2.                The lists of experts shall be drawn up and maintained, in the field of fisheries by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, in the field of protection and preservation of the marine environment by the United Nations Environment Programme, in the field of marine scientific research by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, in the field of navigation, including pollution from vessels and by dumping, by the International Maritime Organization, or in each case by the appropriate subsidiary body concerned to which such organization, programme or commission has delegated this function. 3.                (...) List of experts in the field of protection and preservation of the marine environment maintained by the United Nations Environment Programme (communicated on 8 November  2002) 3.       
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Score: 893672.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/s...sputes/experts_special_arb.htm
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Among the issues on which several experts presented papers were: An overview of disasters and the impact they have had on documentary heritage, including how stakeholders, such as experts, communities, governments, etc., responded to such disasters.  (...) He emphasized that the MoW Programme was repositioning itself to better respond to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development , partly by coordinating a shared global analysis among diverse expert networks, including the International Council on Archives (ICA), the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) and others, of how documentary heritage preservation could benefit from existing international development agreements. (...) The programme is thus intended to protect documentary heritage, and to help networks of experts to exchange information and raise resources for the preservation of, and universal access to, such documentary heritage.  
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Score: 888147 - https://en.unesco.org/news/une...reserving-documentary-heritage
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UNESCO, MOWCAP, experts, MOW Committees to provide training on promotion of national registers of documentary heritage. (...) Government to consider this preservation need, and to support consultations amongst experts/scientists to address preservation challenges. (...) UNESCO, MOWCAP to facilitate the networking of specialised preservation experts. Lack of knowledge on traditional methods of preservations.
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Score: 882236.7 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...plan_asean_-_with_cover-en.pdf
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Recognizing the urgency to find viable recommendations to solve the issue, experts from around the globe gathered during the International Expert Group Meeting on Indigenous Peoples and Forests from 12-14 January at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. (...) Highlighting the importance of active participation, the group emphasized the crucial role that indigenous people have in all the initiatives concerning forests and its preservation. As a result, experts expressed that indigenous people should be active leaders and participants during the celebration of the International Year of Forest (2011). (...) Related information International Expert Group Meeting on Indigenous Peoples and Forests Subscribe to our monthly newsletter – UN DESA Voice Fill in the fields and click Sign me up or hit Enter to submit your subscription Name Email Country Sign me up!
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Score: 879937.4 - https://www.un.org/development...l-for-forest-preservation.html
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She has come across situations where an Expert Panel does not interview all eligible candidates or where mistakes are made by Expert Panels in considering candidates. (...) An Expert Panel must consider all candidates. 28. (...) Contrary to the Respondent’s argument that the decision of the Expert Panel not to consider her for the FCRB roster in light of MINURCAT’s consideration was a valid exercise of discretion, taking into account the need to preserve resources, the Applicant submits that it was precisely to remedy the inconsistent quality of interviews at the mission level that the selection process was centralized in FPD and the interview of candidates was to be conducted by “Expert Panels”.
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Score: 873820.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-014.pdf
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Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in UN Mission Transitions: Practice Note For Preserving And Transferring Knowledge, Data And Capacities - United Nations Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict Skip to content Welcome to the United Nations Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict Search for: We are in the process of building a new web site. (...) About Us About the Office About the Special Representative UN Team of Experts UN Action Our Work Our Mandate Current trends and emerging concerns Tools for Action Communiqués Frameworks of Cooperation Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Arrangements (MARA) Media Press Releases and Statements News In the press Photos Videos Digital Library Reports SG Reports on CRSV SG Factsheets SC Debate UN Team of Experts Reports UN Action Reports SC Resolutions Other Resources Get Involved Campaign: Stop Rape Now Careers Contact Us About Us About the Office About the Special Representative UN Team of Experts UN Action Our Work Our Mandate Current trends and emerging concerns Tools for Action Communiqués Frameworks of Cooperation Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Arrangements (MARA) Media Press Releases and Statements News In the press Photos Videos Digital Library Reports SG Reports on CRSV SG Factsheets SC Debate UN Team of Experts Reports UN Action Reports SC Resolutions Other Resources Get Involved Campaign: Stop Rape Now Careers Contact Us Search for: We are in the process of building a new web site. (...) Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in UN Mission Transitions: Practice Note For Preserving And Transferring Knowledge, Data And Capacities Previous Next Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in UN Mission Transitions: Practice Note For Preserving And Transferring Knowledge, Data And Capacities Geraldine Boezio 2021-12-29T17:55:45-05:00 Wednesday, 29 December 2021 | Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
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Score: 873377.5 - https://www.un.org/sexualviole...knowledge-data-and-capacities/
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