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The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), an advisory body to UNESCO, has released its second worldwide report on cultural heritage sites which it views as 'in danger'.
Some Parisians are trying to recapture the spirit of bygone days now immortalised in art galleries around the world.
Cultural agency UNESCO has announced that projects and programs in Egypt, Eritrea, Uganda and Pakistan are the winners of its 2002 international literacy prizes, rewarding exceptional work in the fight against illiteracy.
UNESCO has announced that its World Heritage Committee, at a meeting in late June, adopted the so-called Budapest Declaration, which marked the 30th anniversary of the 1972 World Heritage Convention and recognised its need to apply to a great diversity of 'heritage'.
International cultural agency UNESCO has announced that it is to launch a global campaign aimed at encouraging governments and the private sector to develop publishing, music, film, multimedia, crafts, design production and distribution firms in as many countries as possible.
UNESCO has announced that up to eleven new sites may be added to its World Heritage List on June 27.