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SC Minutues. Meeting_ March 2022

1. In order to attend the meeting all working groups are expected to submit required documents, which include procedures for electing officers, a mission statement, the governance structure, an annual report of activities and an agenda of the work to be undertaken this year.<br><br>2. The committee will report on its progress to date and initial recommendations from the first phase of its work by late June at the extraordinary meeting of the Forum’s General Assembly which will be held in July.<br><br>3. 6. Steering Committee meetings with the Working Groups (12, 19, 26 April)<br><br>

Report of the non-governmental organizations forum Decision: 15COM 6 LHE20 15 COM 6

1. Committee the report by the ICH NGO Forum on its<br><br>2. 1. The Committee examined the first re...

December 16, 2020

1. The Vice-Chair Jorge Gustavo Caicedo presents the main outlines of the report, which is available...

Gbofe of Afounkaha, the music of the transverse trumps of the Tagbana community, a cultural heritage in need of safeguarding

1. Definition of Gbofe The Gbofe is a musical-choreographic expression whose practice is based on four distinct forms: trumpet players called gbofé hienlin, singers named Kielé, dancers named Yoor féhelé, and drummers, ping hienlin. Put together, these four formations build what is called the Gbofé hienlin.[1] The gbofe trump players orchestra is translated into the Tagbana language by the singers. Their songs are set in stride by the Yoor Féhele, who dance to the rhythms of the pindrè ( chalice-shaped drum, with a membrane). The latter is accompanied by the djomanhan (two-membrane cylindrical tambour) which supports the pindre at a two-stroke rate. The Gbofe is ...

04-04-2022

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  Resources for Scholars in Danger (Ukraine)

INVENTORIES

  Gbofe of Afounkaha, the music of the transverse trumps of the Tagbana community, a cultural heritage in need of safeguarding

ICHGRAM

  Publication of the Evaluation of UNESCO’s Action in the framework of the 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage

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