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Recent developments for UNESCO and in the life of the 2003 Convention and objectives Recent developments for UNESCO and in the life of the 2003 Convention and objectives of the meeting Fifth annual coordination meeting of category 2 centres active in the field of intangible cultural heritage Shiraz, Islamic Republic of Iran 10 -11 September 2017

Recent developments for UNESCO – 39 C/5 2 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Recent developments for UNESCO – 39 C/5 2 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

39 C/5 (2018 -2021) • It will be adopted at the 39 th session 39 C/5 (2018 -2021) • It will be adopted at the 39 th session of the General Conference (30 October to 14 November 2017) • It covers the second and final quadrennium of the UNESCO’s Medium-Term Strategy for 2014 -2021 (document 37 C/4) • First biennium 2018 -2019 (39 C/5) and second biennium 2020 -2021 (40 C/5) 3 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Guiding principles 1. Responding to a changing global environment by embedding the principles of Guiding principles 1. Responding to a changing global environment by embedding the principles of the 2030 Agenda into UNESCO’s programmes and adapting approaches through new partnerships and stronger integration within the United Nations system. 2. Reinforcing UNESCO’s action in favour of its two global priorities Africa and gender equality, as well as responding to the specific needs of LDCs, SIDS and youth. 3. Better responding to Member States needs by improving programme design and implementation, in particular in the Field. 4 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH 4. Delivering UNESCO’s programmes in a more integrated manner through sharpening programme focus and strengthening interdisciplinary and intersectoral approaches.

Strategic vision Ø Fully delivering on UNESCO’s mandate and its five functions defined in Strategic vision Ø Fully delivering on UNESCO’s mandate and its five functions defined in the Medium-Term Strategy (37 C/4) Ø At the same time supporting Member States to take the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as well as the Paris Climate Agreement forward Ø Continued commitment to providing special assistance to countries in conflict and crisis, or affected by disasters, while helping countries strengthen resilience through preventive action 5 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

New approaches • C/5 Budget based on an Integrated Budget Framework: greater transparency of New approaches • C/5 Budget based on an Integrated Budget Framework: greater transparency of resources. • Structured Financing Dialogues: bringing together the Secretariat with its Member States and the donor community at large, to jointly ensure the funding necessary for the implementation of the programme and achievement of the Ers for a better resource mobilization. • Results Based Budgeting (RBB) tool: to map the needs at the field and global levels. • Results Based Management (RBM): thorough application of its principles to define clearer, outcomeoriented results and targets 6 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

New content Ø Efforts to embed the 2030 Agenda’s principles into UNESCO’s programmes by New content Ø Efforts to embed the 2030 Agenda’s principles into UNESCO’s programmes by providing demand-driven, evidence-based normative and policy advice in its areas of competence, by developing benchmarking and reporting instruments of value to the international community, and delivering capacity-building, including on data collection and analysis. Ø Main Lines of Actions (MLAs) further reduced from 16 in the 38 C/5 to 11 in the Draft 39 C/5; Expected Results (ERs) also substantially reduced 7 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Major Programme IV – CLT Ø Same programmatic structure of the Approved 38 C/5, Major Programme IV – CLT Ø Same programmatic structure of the Approved 38 C/5, with two MLAs, one on heritage and one on creativity, and one C/5 expected result for each of the six conventions. Ø Two additional cross-cutting ERs to support the development of a transversal implementation of the CLT conventions: • on emergencies • on the 2030 Agenda, to enhance the role of culture and support the culture-engaged achievement of the SDGs by Member States 8 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

MLA 2: Creativity ‘Fostering creativity and the diversity of cultural expressions, as well as MLA 2: Creativity ‘Fostering creativity and the diversity of cultural expressions, as well as the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage for sustainable development’ 9 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Expected result 6: ‘Intangible cultural heritage identified and safeguarded by Member States and communities, Expected result 6: ‘Intangible cultural heritage identified and safeguarded by Member States and communities, in particular through the effective implementation of the 2003 Convention’ 10 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Performance indicators (1) • PI 1: Sound governance exercised through the adoption and implementation Performance indicators (1) • PI 1: Sound governance exercised through the adoption and implementation of strategic resolutions/decisions of the governing bodies of the 2003 Convention • PI 2: Number of supported Member States utilizing strengthened human and institutional resources for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage 11 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Performance indicators (2) • PI 3: Number of supported Member States which have integrated Performance indicators (2) • PI 3: Number of supported Member States which have integrated intangible cultural heritage into their plans, policies and programmes, in particular as a contribution towards the achievement of SDGs • PI 4: Number of States Parties who have effectively implemented international assistance, including from the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund, complementing their national safeguarding efforts 12 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Performance indicators (3) • PI 5: Number of initiatives undertaken by supported Member States Performance indicators (3) • PI 5: Number of initiatives undertaken by supported Member States which have enhanced knowledge and understanding of intangible cultural heritage safeguarding and of the 2003 Convention 13 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

37 GC/Resolution 93 Integrated Comprehensive Strategy still remain the main guidance for category 2 37 GC/Resolution 93 Integrated Comprehensive Strategy still remain the main guidance for category 2 centres with its renewed emphasis on their contributions to: Ø strategic programme objectives and global priorities (C/4) 14 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Ø sectoral or intersectoral programme priorities and themes (C/5)

Recent developments in the life of the 2003 Convention 15 © All Rights Reserved: Recent developments in the life of the 2003 Convention 15 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Towards universal ratification • 175 States Parties (September 2017) • 5 new ratifications since Towards universal ratification • 175 States Parties (September 2017) • 5 new ratifications since last C 2 Cs meeting: ü Malta ü Suriname* ü Thailand ü Timor-Leste ü Tuvalu 16 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Towards universal ratification • Only 20 States non party EG States non party I Towards universal ratification • Only 20 States non party EG States non party I II Guyana IV Australia, Kiribati, Maldives, New Zealand, Niue, Singapore and Solomon Islands [7] Va Angola, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Somalia and South Africa [5] Vb © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Russian Federation III 17 Canada, Israel, San Marino, UK and USA [5] Libya

6. GA Paris 2016 Ø Election of 12 new members of the Committee Ø 6. GA Paris 2016 Ø Election of 12 new members of the Committee Ø Revisions of the Operational Directives: q Referral option (applicable to all mechanisms) q Sustainable development q International Assistance 18 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Committee Members Group I Austria 2016 -2020 Cyprus 2016 -2020 Turkey 2014 -2018 Group Committee Members Group I Austria 2016 -2020 Cyprus 2016 -2020 Turkey 2014 -2018 Group II Armenia 2016 -2020 Bulgaria 2014 -2018 Hungary 2014 -2018 19 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Committee Members Group III Colombia 2016 -2020 Cuba 2016 -2020 Guatemala 2016 -2020 Saint Committee Members Group III Colombia 2016 -2020 Cuba 2016 -2020 Guatemala 2016 -2020 Saint Lucia 2014 -2018 Group IV Afghanistan 2014 -2018 India 2014 -2018 Mongolia 2014 -2018 Philippines 2016 -2020 Republic of Korea 2014 -2018 20 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Committee Members Group V(a) Congo 2014 -2018 Côte d’Ivoire 2014 -2018 Ethiopia 2014 -2018 Committee Members Group V(a) Congo 2014 -2018 Côte d’Ivoire 2014 -2018 Ethiopia 2014 -2018 Mauritius 2016 -2020 Senegal 2016 -2020 Zambia 2016 -2020 Group V(b) Algeria 2014 -2018 Lebanon 2016 -2020 Palestine 2016 -2020 21 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Sustainable Development • • 22 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Convention’s preamble recognizes Sustainable Development • • 22 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Convention’s preamble recognizes ‘the importance of the intangible cultural heritage as a mainspring of cultural diversity and a guarantee of sustainable development’ New OD chapter on ‘Safeguarding intangible cultural heritage and sustainable development at the national level’ adopted by 6. GA in May 2016

Chapter VI of the ODs The ODs emphasize: ü A participatory approach (community driven) Chapter VI of the ODs The ODs emphasize: ü A participatory approach (community driven) ü Cooperation with NGOs, development experts and communities ü Integration of safeguarding in non-cultural policies and programmes ü Diverse contexts (rural and urban) ü Gender equality ü Ethical considerations 23 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

International Assistance Underutilization of the international assistance mechanism Measures: • • Increased ceiling for International Assistance Underutilization of the international assistance mechanism Measures: • • Increased ceiling for requests examined by the Bureau (< US$100, 000) in addition to files examined by the Committee (> US$100, 000) • © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Combined USL/IA • 24 Technical assistance Integrated in capacity building

11. COM Addis Ababa 2016 • Periodic reports • Inscriptions and governance • Intangible 11. COM Addis Ababa 2016 • Periodic reports • Inscriptions and governance • Intangible cultural heritage in emergencies • Overall results framework 25 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Periodic reports • 6 reports on the implementation of the Convention and on elements Periodic reports • 6 reports on the implementation of the Convention and on elements inscribed on the Representative List • 6 reports on the current status of elements inscribed on the Urgent Safeguarding List • Cumulative focus: § 2016 cycle: ICH in cultural and other policies § 2017 cycle: measures to build and strengthen capacities for ICH safeguarding 26 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Inscriptions on the Lists Ø 4 elements inscribed on the Urgent Safeguarding List Ø Inscriptions on the Lists Ø 4 elements inscribed on the Urgent Safeguarding List Ø 33 elements inscribed on the Representative List (5 multinational) Ø 5 programmes selected for the Register of Good Safeguarding Practices Ø 1 international assistance approved in conjunction with the inscription to the Urgent Safeguarding List (Cambodia) 27 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

ICH in emergencies • First reflection ever on this topic at 11. COM • ICH in emergencies • First reflection ever on this topic at 11. COM • It should be part of the overall reflection regarding the operationalization of the strategy for reinforcing UNESCO’s action for the protection of culture and the promotion of cultural pluralism in the event of armed conflict • Armed conflict, natural disasters or displaced populations should receive equal attention • Intangible heritage vs. built heritage: different approach 28 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Overall results framework (1) Ø Expert meeting on developing an overall results framework for Overall results framework (1) Ø Expert meeting on developing an overall results framework for the Convention (Beijing, China in September 2016) Ø Open-ended intergovernmental working group (Chengdu, China in June 2017) Ø Next steps: 12. COM and then 7. GA 29 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Overall results framework (2) Ø Long-term outcomes Longterm Outcom es 30 © All Rights Overall results framework (2) Ø Long-term outcomes Longterm Outcom es 30 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Continued practice and transmission of intangible cultural heritage ensured. Diversity of intangible cultural heritage respected. Recognition and awareness of the importance of intangible cultural heritage and its safeguarding ensured. Engagement and international cooperation for safeguarding enhanced among all stakeholders at all levels.

Overall results framework (3) Ø 8 Thematic Areas Role of Policies as intangible Institutiona Overall results framework (3) Ø 8 Thematic Areas Role of Policies as intangible Institutiona well as cultural Transmissi Inventoryin l and legal and heritage on and g and administrat and its human education research capacities ive safeguardi measures ng in society 31 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH Engageme nt of communitie s, groups Awarenes and s raising individuals as well as other stakeholde rs Internatio nal engageme nt

Overall results framework (4) Ø Thematic area 8: International Engagement Ø Indicator 25: Percentage Overall results framework (4) Ø Thematic area 8: International Engagement Ø Indicator 25: Percentage of States Parties actively engaged in international networking and institutional cooperation Ø Assessment factor 25. 1: State Party engages, as host or beneficiary, in the activities of category 2 centres for ICH 32 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Other relevant topics • ICH and SDGs (health, cities, agriculture etc. ) • Integration Other relevant topics • ICH and SDGs (health, cities, agriculture etc. ) • Integration of ICH in education • Partnerships, especially with C 2 Cs • Role of NGOs • Communication and outreach 33 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Key action on CAP (1) • New series of regional training of trainers to Key action on CAP (1) • New series of regional training of trainers to expand & upgrade on POL and SAFE (LAC 2016, Central Asia and EUR 2017, ASPAC 2018) • Audio-visual tutorials for facilitators on SAFE and POL to complement face-toface training of trainers (gender under development) • Continuation of implementation at national level (activities in 50+ countries during 2016/17) 34 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Key action on CAP (2) • Curriculum development: ü NOM update, IA, gender and Key action on CAP (2) • Curriculum development: ü NOM update, IA, gender and ethics mainstreaming (on-line) ü POL additional case studies, ethics and sustainable development (ongoing) • Implementing the ‘new’ aspects of the programme: policy advice and SAFE • Monitoring & evaluation: CAP integrated in overall results framework 35 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Important meetings • 12. COM (4 to 9 December 2017, Jeju Island, Republic of Important meetings • 12. COM (4 to 9 December 2017, Jeju Island, Republic of Korea) • 7. GA (May/June 2018 in Paris, France) • TOTs for facilitators in Europe with Sofia Centre (September 2017) and Asia and the Pacific with CRIHAP (early 2018) 36 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

th Objectives of the 5 annual meeting 37 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH th Objectives of the 5 annual meeting 37 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Objectives (1) General discussion on: 1. new perspectives under the 2003 Convention in the Objectives (1) General discussion on: 1. new perspectives under the 2003 Convention in the framework of the 39 C/5 2. UNESCO IOS audit on Category 2 centres 3. working methods and processes between C 2 Cs and UNESCO Field Offices 38 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

Objectives (2) • Share experiences and approaches: Workplan and updates from all C 2 Objectives (2) • Share experiences and approaches: Workplan and updates from all C 2 Cs • General debate on: 1. preparation of workplans and possible future activities 2. Synergies and cooperation amongst the Centres and with UNESCO Secretariat 3. Renewal of category 2 centre status - updates 39 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH

C 2 C annual meetings • 1 st in Sozopol, Bulgaria, July 2013 • C 2 C annual meetings • 1 st in Sozopol, Bulgaria, July 2013 • 2 nd in Paris, UNESCO HQ, June 2014 • 3 rd in Guiyang, China, July 2015 • 4 th in Paris, UNESCO HQ, June 2016 • 5 th in Shiraz, Iran, September 2017 • 6 th in Paris, UNESCO HQ, June 2018 • 7 th … 40 © All Rights Reserved: UNESCO/ ICH




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