Read more on what is happening in the implementation of the Convention in Finland.
Action plan for 2019-2022 published
The plan outlines the work for the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Finland
12 new elements inscribed on the National Inventory of Living Heritage
The Ministry of Education and Culture has inscribed 12 new elements on the National Inventory of Living Heritage. The National Inventory, which adheres to UNESCO’s Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, currently comprises a total of 64 elements. The Finnish Heritage Agency is responsible for the implementation of the Convention in Finland.
ICH AND MUSEUMS TOOLKIT
ICH and Museums Project has recently launcher a great toolkit to help museums work with living heritage and communities related to it.
Joint Nordic nomination to UNESCO seeks to safeguard clinkerboat traditions
Finland is participating in the joint Nordic application for the inscription of the clinker boat tradition on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The Wheel Chart of Sustainability and ICH
What does sustainable development mean practise? How can it be better taken into account while working with living traditions? Download our new tool from here.
Call for applications: the National Inventory of Living Heritage 2019
The National Inventory will be updated regularly, and the next opportunity to submit applications is from the 4th of November to 5th of December 2019. In 2017 The Ministry of Education and Culture nominated first 52 elements into the National Inventory of Living Heritage.