Safeguarding of the intangible cultural heritage along the Silk Roads

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27 June 2019 Central Asia strengthens intersectoral cooperation on living heritage and education
14 June 2019 Initiatives to Safeguard Intangible Cultural Heritage through Formal and Non-formal Education for Education Quality Improvement in Central Asia
21 May 2019 First meeting of the Steering Committee of the EU-funded Project “Silk Roads Heritage Corridors in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Iran” took place in Brussels
8 November 2018 UNESCO participates in a Regional Tourism Cooperation Meeting in Tashkent
29 June 2018 Second Workshop for facilitators of Intangible Cultural Heritage from Central Asia
13 April 2018 First training workshop on safeguarding living heritage targeting youth was held in Kyrgyzstan
21 March 2018 Nowruz 2018
13 July 2017 UNESCO and World Bank collaborate on Culture, Urban Development, and Resilience
2 December 2016 UNESCO National Workshop “Intangible Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development in Kazakhstan: Implications for Policy and Programme Development”
4 October 2016 Ńentral Asian Educators Learn From Each Other How To Live Together For A Sustainable Future
4 October 2016 Perspectives of the rich intangible cultural heritage of Mangystau
30 March 2015 Following UNESCO: Peace. Art. Youth.
29 September 2014 Review meeting of the global capacity-building strategy for safeguarding intangible cultural heritage in Europe and Central Asia
11 October 2013 International Forum on the Great Silk Road
25 April 2013 Rich and diverse traditions of Tajikistan in focus of the UNESCO’s Convention