Meeting documentsMeetings of the International Advisory Committees of the Memory of the World Programme and its Bureau and Memory of the World Conferences. Eligible documentary heritage must be authentic, unique and irreplaceable, and must have Canadian significance. Eligible documentary heritage comes in numerous forms: text items, non-text items, audiovisual items and virtual items. From the ancient landscape and monuments of Stonehenge, the Jurassic Coast packed with 150 million years of life, to the lonely island of St Kilda evacuated after four thousand years of human occupation, UNESCO World Heritage Sites tell the unique story of the UK’s contribution to the world. The ‘Safeguarding the Documentary Heritage of Myanmar through the UNESCO Memory of the World (MOW) Programme’ project has begun with a high level coordination meeting in Yangon on the 25th of November 2016. Formerly a library manager and archivist, he now works from Waihi on a range of editing and archival projects, and is Editor of The New Zealand Genealogist. Global programme UNESCO launched the Memory of the World programme in 1992. Today many people think of leprosy only as a Third World disease. The Memory of the World Programme protects the collective memory of the peoples of the world. We invite all individuals, private or public institutions, organizations and communities to consult the items below for more information on this process. UNESCO/Jiji Memory of the World Prize 2005 - The National Library of the Czech Republic after the prize; Memory of the World Programme: Guidelines on Logo Use (English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese) Memory of the World Programme - Marketing Plan - Version 3.0 The Canadian Advisory Committee for Memory of the World will evaluate submissions and recommend entries for the Register. Visit UNESCO's website for more information on the comprehensive review of the program. The first inscriptions on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register were made in 1997. CCUNESCO supports nominees interested in submitting documentary heritage to the Canadian and international registers. The first inscriptions on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register were made in 1997. UNESCO launched the Program in 1992. By having been included in the Memory of the World Register, the archive receives the protected status and acknowledgement it deserves. This archive shows the United Kingdom’s most important memories told through some of its most prized documents, photographs, film, audio, and letters. Through the Memory of the World Register, UNESCO stimulates the preservation of, and access to, authentic, unique and irreplaceable documentary heritage from all over the world. The volume “The UNESCO Memory of the World Programme: Key Aspects and Recent Developments” responds to the growing interest in the scientific study of the Memory of the World Programme (MoW) and its core concept of documentary heritage, which has received little attention from scholarship so far. Documentary heritage submitted by United Kingdom and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2017. Eligible documentary heritage must be authentic, unique and irreplaceable, and must have global significance. UNESCO protects these documents as they are of vital importance in preserving cultural identities, in … 20 Sir John Logan Campbell Papers Read more. US Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen condemned this decision, saying that the organization acts against its own ideals: [155] 01 Te Tiriti o Waitangi Read more. For more information, please contact daly.koffi@ccunesco.ca. UNESCO PERSIST is part of the Preservation Sub-Committee within the Memory of the World (MoW) Programme. This page provides access to the inscriptions on the International Register listed by different categories such as: region, country and year. The archive dating from the late 19th and early 20th century preserves numerous examples of people and places across the world now dramatically changed: many deliberately destroyed by population transfer, ethnic cleansing and wars. The Programme includes the inscription of significant documentary heritage on national, regional and international registers. But the sickness has been an all too common element also of European daily life through the centuries, especially in … The United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture (UNESCO) was founded on 16 November 1945 as the United Nation’s specialized agency. Documentary heritage submitted by Thailand and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 2003. UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme showcases the most significant documents of our heritage. The Memory of the World Register lists documentary heritage which has been recommended by the International Advisory Committee, and endorsed by the Director-General of UNESCO, as corresponding to the selection criteria regarding … Safeguarding the memory of the world now and into the future provides universal access to our artistic, cultural, economic, geographic, linguistic, political, scientific, spiritual and identity-based heritage. This publication is the sixth in the Springer Heritage Studies Series, and provides a … UNESCO, through its Memory of the World (MoW) Programme, started coordinating a series of Global Policy Forums supported by Japanese Funds-in-Trust (JFIT), focusing on a strategically important aspect of documentary heritage. Notman & Son, A. H. Buxton, 1887, reversed glass plate negative, 17.8 x 12.7 cm, II-82621, Visit the Canada Memory of the World Register, CCUNESCO operates within the Canada Council for the Arts. UNESCO has 195 Members and 10 Associate Members.It is governed by the General Conference and the Executive Board.The Secretariat, headed by the Director-General, implements the decisions of these two bodies. In 2013, UNESCO announced that the collection "The Life and Works of Ernesto Che Guevara" became part of the Memory of the World Register. Read the full statement. Bruce Ralston is Chair of the UNESCO Memory of the World, New Zealand, Committee. This year Aotearoa New Zealand will acknowledge 250 years since the first onshore meetings between Māori and Europeans. The first inscriptions on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register were made in 1997. 11A Adams St, Waihi 3610. Registered entries will ultimately reflect the diversity of our documentary heritage and the realities of our country, Indigenous peoples, regions, communities and individuals. The Memory of the World Programme is an international programme aimed at safeguarding, preserving and facilitating access to and the use of documentary heritage. Please note that the International Memory of the World Register is not accepting new nominations until further notice. In collaboration with our Canadian Advisory Committee for Memory of the World, we are pleased to launch the fourth Call for Nominations for inscriptions on the Canada Memory of the World Register. World Heritage Sites. 2019… Read more » UNESCO honours for eight heritage collections. UNESCO Memory of the World Aotearoa New Zealand Trust. Memory of the World RegisterFull list of documentary heritage inscribed to the Memory of the World Register. UNESCO » Communication and Information » Memory of the World » Register. 02 Women’s Suffrage Petition Read more. The Memory of the World Register lists documentary heritage which has been recommended by the International Advisory Committee, and endorsed by the Director-General of UNESCO, as corresponding to the selection criteria regarding world significance and outstanding universal value. Wm. UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme showcases the most significant documents of our heritage. ccunesco@ccunesco.ca. The Life and Adventures of Edward Snell from 1849 to 1859, and other Goldfields Diaries UNESCO established the Memory of the World Programme in 1992. It calls for the preservation of valuable archival holdings, library collections, and private individual compendia all over the world for posterity, the reconstitution of dispersed or displaced documentary heritage, and increased accessibility to, a