Montenegro: Implementation of UNESCO 2003 Convention in Montenegro

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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: Milica Nikolic, Senior Advisor for Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture
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Montenegro: Implementation of UNESCO 2003 Convention in Montenegro

  1. 1. IMPLEMENTATION OF UNESCO 2003 CONVENTION IN MONTENEGRO
  2. 2. Key steps  Convention adopted in 2003;  Enters into force in 2006;  Montenegro ratified the Convention in 2009;  Law on Protection of Cultural Property adopted in 2010;  National Programme for Cultural Development adopted in 2011;  Annual Programme on Protection and Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage;
  3. 3.  Workshop on inventorying of ICH held with UNESCO in 2011;  Project of inventorying implemented in 2012, based on Annual Programme on Protection and Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage;  4 intangible cultural properties protected;  2 intangible cultural properties are currently in the process of protection
  4. 4. Annual Programme  Law on Protection of Cultural Property prescribed annual adoption of Programme of protection and safeguarding of cultural property;  First Programme was adopted by Government in 2011;  Programme is dedicated to different projects of local and national institutions of culture that had not found their place in the main budget;
  5. 5.  Average budget for previous 3 years is 600.000,00 € and it is designed for the projects for movable, immovable and intangible cultural heritage;  ICH was treated with projects of inventorying in 2012 and with the budget for elaboration of cultural values of cultural heritage
  6. 6. Workshops  First national workshop of experts in this field was organized and hosted by Ministry of Culture in 2011;  The idea was to create network of national experts and exchange previous experiences in this field;  Local and national institutions were invited;  About 30 people participated;
  7. 7. UNESCO workshop  Community based inventory making Workshop with the support of UNESCO held from 24th - 31st October in Cetinje;  16 people participated (local and institutions and civil society);  2 UNESCO experts;  2 days of field work;
  8. 8. Public interest  Promotion of the Convention and activities through websites of Ministry of Culture and the National Commission for UNESCO of Montenegro;  Initiatives for the inscriptions of elements received from citizens;  Most initiatives came from citizens living in Boka Bay, a UNESCO site;  Complex elements are already protected
  9. 9. Future steps  Creation of body which will be responsible for applications towards Representative List;  Continuation of inventorying  Making elaborates on cultural values of potential intangible cultural properties;  Promotional activities  Strengthening human resources

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