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10th Annual Meeting of the South –
East European Experts Network
Intangible Cultural Heritage
14-16 June, 2016- Supetar, C...
Key Facts about ICH in Macedonia
 Law on Copyright and other Related Rights (1996);
 Law of culture (1998) and Law on th...
Key Facts about ICH in Macedonia
 88 elements inscribed on the National List
 19 dialects of Macedonian language
 10 di...
UNESCO’s Lists
 Holly Forty Martyrs - social practice from the town of Shtip, on
the Representative List (2013)
 Kopachk...
In the last two
years
 National inventory policies;
 Digitisation projects within the
 Institutes for Macedonian
langua...
 Cultural Heritage Protection Office
established Digital national
inventory (in 2013 )
web page: http://niskn.gov.mk
3.00...
The role and involvement of the local
communities
 Community based inventories were
developed by the Kopachkata
community...
 • the “school of Glasoechko singing” as an
informal education classes in the
municipality of Jegunovce and
neighbouring ...
UNESCO club “HAEMUS” actively
participated in the process of
preparing the Martinki application.
They organised thematic t...
State activities 2015-2016
 Revision of the Cultural Heritage Protection Law
and other related Legal Acts as a mechanisms...
 In a very final phase is a National Strategy for
protection and safeguarding the Cultural Heritage
2016-2020 which has a...
Thank you very much for your kind
attention
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - “The Implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Macedonia”
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - “The Implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Macedonia”
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - “The Implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Macedonia”
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - “The Implementation of the UNESCO 2003 Convention in Macedonia”
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  1. 1. 10th Annual Meeting of the South – East European Experts Network Intangible Cultural Heritage 14-16 June, 2016- Supetar, Croatia Ivona Opetcheska Tatarchevska Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia Cultural Heritage Protection Office Department for Intangible Cultural heritage
  2. 2. Key Facts about ICH in Macedonia  Law on Copyright and other Related Rights (1996);  Law of culture (1998) and Law on the Macedonian Language Use (1998);  National Program for Culture for the period 2013- 2017;  Law on Cultural Heritage Protection enacted March 19th 2004, entering into force on 1st of January 2005; and 7 Revisions of it.  Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural heritage (Paris 2003), enacted 24.04.2006, entering into force on 12th of May 2006;
  3. 3. Key Facts about ICH in Macedonia  88 elements inscribed on the National List  19 dialects of Macedonian language  10 dialects of minority languages  1 element od toponomastic system  58 Folk expressions (music, dances, social practices)
  4. 4. UNESCO’s Lists  Holly Forty Martyrs - social practice from the town of Shtip, on the Representative List (2013)  Kopachkata – social dance from the village of Dramche, Pijanec region, on the Representative List (2014)  Glasoechko singing – two part male singing from Dolni Polog on the List of Urgent safeguarding (2015)  Renewed multinational nominations in 2016  Martinki/Martishor/or Celebrations of the first of March with the respective colleagues from Romania, Moldova and Bulgaria; and  H’derlez/ Erdelezi or St. George’ day as a common application with the respective colleagues from Republic of Turkey.
  5. 5. In the last two years  National inventory policies;  Digitisation projects within the  Institutes for Macedonian language “Krste Misirkov” – Skopje (more than 300.000 toponomastic and onomastic items were digitised  Institute for folklore “Marko Cepenkov”- Skopje is dealing at the moment with 7000 photoses, and another 4000 magnetic tapes….etc.
  6. 6.  Cultural Heritage Protection Office established Digital national inventory (in 2013 ) web page: http://niskn.gov.mk 3.000.000 millions euros tailored project will be supported by the Government as a priority project for Digitisation of the institutional archives in the sphere of cultural heritage. Among them the archives of three authorised institutions for ICH are taken into account.
  7. 7. The role and involvement of the local communities  Community based inventories were developed by the Kopachkata community.  Inventory of the tambura players in the region of Pijanec, 2015  Mapping of the regional kemene players in 2014 (concerts, publications)
  8. 8.  • the “school of Glasoechko singing” as an informal education classes in the municipality of Jegunovce and neighbouring three villages; • trio Gavrovski (practitioners) published a CD (in 2015) with financial support of the Ministry of culture.
  9. 9. UNESCO club “HAEMUS” actively participated in the process of preparing the Martinki application. They organised thematic traveling Exhibition with four institution UNESCO club “HAEMUS” with collaboration with Arbo Travel tourist agency from Skopje, started this year with “UNESCO tour in the East planned region” in which synergy between tangible and intangible are primary. Details on their website http://unesco.haemus.org.mk/
  10. 10. State activities 2015-2016  Revision of the Cultural Heritage Protection Law and other related Legal Acts as a mechanisms were promoted in January 2015;  Capacity – building Seminar (April 2016)  organized by the Sofia Regional ICH center  National Committee of ICTM for Macedonia;
  11. 11.  In a very final phase is a National Strategy for protection and safeguarding the Cultural Heritage 2016-2020 which has a great involvement of the ICH.  Ministry of culture developed special financial mechanisms separate budget to provide The effective implementation of the 2003 Convention through the revitalisation projects  And as a very last happening is the redesigning of the institutional structure of the Cultural Heritage Protection Office was improved by the Government last week with the fosuk on new established Sector/Unit for cataloguing, digitisation and
  12. 12. Thank you very much for your kind attention

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