NEWS

2019

08/07/2019

The First Group Meeting of Sustainable Data Collection project was held

IRCI organised “Research on the Safeguarding of ICH in the Asia-Pacific Region” Establishing New Sustainable Mechanism for Systematic Research Data Collection FY2019 the First Working Group Meeting on June 26 and 27, 2019 at Kuroda Memorial Hall in T…

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05/06/2019

Director General of CIRAT, Brazil visits IRCI

On 04 June 2019, Mr. Sergio Ribeiro, Director General of International Centre on Water and Transdisciplinarity (CIRAT), Brazil visited IRCI. CIRAT and IRCI shared the information of both organizations and current activities. Then IRCI offered informa…

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28/05/2019

Delegation of Institute of Thai Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, visits IRCI

On 22 May 2019, the four delegates of Institute of Thai Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand headed by Associate Professor Ritthirong Jiwakanon, Ph.D., Director visited IRCI. Institute of Thai Studies and IRCI shared the information of both or…

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13/05/2019

Guidelines for “Multi-Disciplinary Study on Intangible Cultural Heritage’s Contribution to Sustainable Development Focusing on Education” for non-formal education in the Philippines (English) have been published online.

IRCI has started a new project “Multi-disciplinary Study on ICH’s Contribution to Sustainable Development ― Focusing on Education “ for FY 2018 to FY 2019. In this project, guidelines have been created in order to integrate intangible cultural herita…

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23/04/2019

“Guidelines for Intangible Cultural Heritage Education in Vietnamese Schools Towards Sustainable Development Goals” have been published online.

IRCI has started a new project “Multi-disciplinary Study on ICH’s Contribution to Sustainable Development ― Focusing on Education “ for FY 2018 to FY 2019. In this project, guidelines have been issued in order to integrate intangible cultural heritag…

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29/03/2019

“Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Natural Disasters” has been published

Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Intangible Cultural Heritage and Natural Disasters(1) held during 7-9 December 2018 in Sendai, Japan is now available for download. The proceedings summarises the discussions over the three days, a…

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19/03/2019

“Report on the IRCI Literature Survey on Intangible Cultural Heritage Safeguarding Research (2016-2018)” has been published online.

IRCI has been collecting information on intangible cultural heritage safeguarding through the literature survey under the project “Mapping Studies on the Safeguarding of ICH“. The literature survey aims to collect basic information for re…

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12/02/2019

IRCI’s International Symposium was held for ICH’s contribution to education

IRCI organised an International Symposium on “Multi-disciplinary study on intangible cultural heritage’s contribution to sustainable development: Focusing on education” on 21 and 22 January 2019 at Nara University of Education in cooperation with Nar…

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08/02/2019

National Artist for literature, Virgilio S. Almario gives a lecture at Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Kyoto University

IRCI and Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University coorganised the lecture by Virgilio S. Almario ‘Reconstructing the National Memory towards Nation-Building’ on 31 January 2019 at Inamori Foundation Building, Kyoto University. Aft…

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17/01/2019

Lecture by Virgilio S. Almario ‘Reconstructing the National Memory towards Nation-Building’ will be held at Kyoto University on 31 January 2019

IRCI and Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University are going to coorganise the lecture by Virgilio S. Almario ‘Reconstructing the National Memory towards Nation-Building’ on 31 January 2019 at Large Conference Room, 3F, Inamori Fou…

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17/01/2019

IRCI Meeting for Study of Emergency Protection of ICH in Conflict-Affected Countries in Asia was held in Tsuruoka and Tokyo, Japan

Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) faces the danger of extinction in conflict-affected situations, due to factors such as loss of lives and forced displacements. While the role played by ICH in recovering the community’s solidarity in emergencies has…

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