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SESSION 1
Eighth Annual Meeting of the South East European Experts Network
on Intangible Cultural Heritage
15-16 May 2014. Limassol, Cyprus
Author: Nena Židov, Representative of the Slovene Coordinator for the protection of the ICH (Slovene Ethnographic Museum)
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Slovenia: The intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia in the light of UNESCO's Convention (2003) Slovenia: The intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia in the light of UNESCO's Convention (2003) Presentation Transcript

  • The intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia in the light of UNESCO's Convention (2003) dr. Nena Židov
  • 2004 • First public discussion on the intangible cultural heritage • Tangible and intangible heritage • The importance of the intangible cultural heritage to ethnologists and folklorists • Research methods • How to translate intangible cultural heritage into Slovene language
  • Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ljubljana: Institute for the Protection of the Cultural Heritage of Slovenia, 2005.
  • 2006-2008 • Research project “The register of the intangible heritage as an integral part of a uniform register of the cultural heritage” (Institute of Slovene Ethnology SASA). • The project resulted in a proposal to set up a Register of the intangible cultural heritage of Slovenia.
  • 2008 • Ratification of the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage • Implementation of the Convention in the new Cultural Heritage Protection Act (immovable, movable and living cultural heritage)
  • The Coordinator for the protection of the living cultural heritage 2009 - 2010 Institute of Slovene Ethnology SASA Since 2011 Slovene Ethnographic Museum 1. Identification, documentation, research, evaluation and interpretation 2. Proposals for the inscription of elements in the Register 3. Advice to bearers regarding integrated protection 4. Proposals for the proclamation of living masterpieces
  • Register of the living cultural heritage • Kept by the Ministry of Culture • Texts prepared by the Coordinator • Commission made up of experts • 34 elements till now
  • Living masterpieces of national significance • Protection regime • Proclaimed by Slovene government • Condition for submitting to Unesco Representative list • 5 elements till now
  • The Škofja Loka Passion Play (Photo: J. Nastran) )
  • Traditional Production of Carniolan Sausages (Photo: P. Mrak)
  • Making Palm Sunday Bundles in Ljubno (Photo: S. Weber)
  • Laufarija – Shrovetide in Cerkno (Photo: M. Špiček)
  • Shrovetide in Drežnica and Drežniške Ravne (Photo: M. Špiček)
  • www.nesnovnadediscina.si
  • Manual on the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ljubljana: Slovene Ethnographic Museum, 2012
  • Exhibition The Easter Heritage of Slovenia (2013) (Photo: A. Jerin)
  • International Expert Meeting Advantages and disadvantages of the enlisted elements and bearers in the National Inventories of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ljubljana: Slovene Ethnographic Museum 2013 (Photo: A. Jerin)
  • The proclamation of Laufarija – Shrovetide in Cerkno as living masterpiece of national significance, Tolmin, February 2014 (Photo: A. Jerin)
  • ICH in Slovenian strategies • Rural Development Programme of the Republic of Slovenia for the 2014–2020 period • Slovenian Tourism Development Strategy 2012–2016