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28 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 16153)  

 
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Title Participation at the Forum of Heads of State and Government entitled “Communication of Heritage: A New Vision for South East Europe” 
Description The main objective of the forum, focusing on communication concerning heritage, was to promote a shared vision of the cultural heritage of South-East Europe. A “Strategy on Cultural Corridors of South East Europe” was presented at the forum so as to determine joint action in favour of heritage shared by the region’s different nations: historical monuments, cultural and natural sites, diverse practices and cultural expressions which are part of the intangible cultural heritage. This initiative was launched at the Varna Summit in Bulgaria in 2005.
 
Status Completed 
Date 01/06/2006 - 02/06/2006 
Location Opatija, Croatia
Countries CoE Members: Albania / Bosnia and Herzegovina / Bulgaria / Croatia / Montenegro / Serbia / ''the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia''
  Multilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - IRPP-SAAH 3
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP IRPP-SAAH 3 - Culture 2000 - Integrated Rehabilitation Project Plan - Survey on Architectural and Archaeological Heritage in SEE (IRPP-SAAH) – 3rd EC/CoE Covenant 2005-2007    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2005/DG4/JP/1595   IRPP-SAAH 3 - Heritage Rehabilitation in South East Europe
Expected Result 1.1 - - Setting up of standards - Identification of new uses for heritage sites and their rehabilitation - Identification of management strategy
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
Line of Action ⇒ 7 – Promoting European cultural identity and diversity
Programme ☆ 7.3  Sustainable development
Project 2003/DG4/111 Development of communities through cultural heritage
Expected Result 1 The Regional Programme for Cultural and Natural Heritage in South-East Europe is implemented successfully

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Conference of specialized ministries 
Directorate (Service) Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (Directorate of Culture and Cultural and Natural Heritage)
CoE Contact DE THYSE, Mikhaël   email
Web Pages
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1 http://coe.int/heritage/tcu  
Last Modified 20/07/2006 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 16153) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) To participate at the Forum of Heads of State and Government in Opatija, Croatia, on the “Communication of Heritage: A New Vision for South East Europe'' and, based on the preparatory work carried out by expert consultants (see CEAD Activity No. 15281 ) promote a shared vision of the cultural heritage of South East Europe. 
Output/Results A “Strategy on Cultural Corridors of South East Europe” determining joint action in favour of heritage shared by the different states of the region was adopted at the Forum. 
Conclusions/Follow Up The “Strategy on Cultural Corridors of South East Europe”, an initiative which was launched at the Varna Summit in Bulgaria in 2005, will deal with historical monuments, cultural and natural sites, diverse practices and cultural expressions which are part of the intangible cultural heritage. The contribution of the CoE has been important. International and national stakeholders should prepare specific action plan for implementing projects in reference with the Strategy. CoE will pursue the activity together with the European Commission through the IRPP/SAAH Component of the Regional Programme.
 
Participants Head of States of the 11 South East European States and their delegations
Director General of UNESCO and important delegation
NGOs 
Consultants/Experts  
CoE Secretariat Terry Davis, Secretary General of the Council of Europe
Mikhael de Thyse, Head of the TCU, DGIV 
Total No. Participants 150 
Last Modified

01/07/2007 




 
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