UNESCO held a workshop aiming to prepare for nomination dossiers in Indonesia

 

 

Workshop on Nomination Process for World Heritage Inscription and Preparation of Tentative Lists took place in Kota Tua, Jakarta from 13 to 17 October 2014 (local time). It is purposed to prepare for nomination dossiers in Indonesia and it was organized within the framework of UNESCO's project entitled "Old City, New Vision: First phase project for the revitalization of Kota Tua, Jakarta through sustainable tourism and heritage conservation."

The Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture (MoEC) and UNESCO office Jakarta co-hosted this workshop entitled ‘Nomination Process for the World Heritage Inscription and Preparation of Tentative Lists’. All those who are involved in developing World Heritage nominations for properties as well as for the preparation of Tentative Lists in Indonesia attended this workshop. The participants increased their knowledge, understanding and skills in the nomination process through this workshop as well. 

‘Kota Tua’ is a small area in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also known as Old Jakarta. It spans 1.3 square kilometers of North and West Jakarta. "Kota" is an Indonesian word for "city", derived from the conception that a city was only within Batavia walled compound (today Kota), while in the surrounding areas were only villages, orchards, and so on.

 

References
-http://en.unesco.org/events/workshop-nomination-process-world-heritage-inscription-and-preparation-tentative-lists#sthash.uVBws5VV.dpuf

-http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/events/programme-meetings/?tx_browser_pi1%5BshowUid%5D=29394&cHash=18e792b0fa

-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kota,_Jakarta





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