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Published by Dept. of Culture Studies, University of Oslo in Oslo .

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  • Mediterranean Region -- Civilization -- Congresses.

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Statementedited by Saphinaz-Amal Naguib.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesOccasional papers -- no. 3, Occasional papers (Universitetet i Oslo. Institutt for kulturstudier) -- 3.
ContributionsNaguib, Saphinaz-Amal.
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LC ClassificationsDE71 .I6 2002
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p. :
Number of Pages234
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Open LibraryOL20266330M
ISBN 108274771214

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Expert meeting on the nature and purposes of the listing mechanisms under the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage 02/09/ - 04/09/ Paris (France) 8th session of the General Assembly 25/08/ - 27/08/ Paris (France).

However, the Mediterranean diet pattern, recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, not only includes a set of “healthy” foods but also incorporates lifestyle and cultural elements other than those that are strictly dietetic.

Browse the Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Register of good safeguarding practices. nominations will be discussed by the Committee during its 15th session in December The Committee meets annually to evaluate nominations proposed by States Parties to the Convention and decide whether or not to inscribe those cultural practices and expressions of intangible heritage.

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Despite their evident dissimilarity, they are all protected by UNESCO, the supranational organisation that is responsible for preserving the common cultural heritage of humanity, protecting it from disappearance and ensuring its conservation for future : Massimo Centini.

An intangible cultural heritage (ICH) is a practice, representation, expression, knowledge, or skill considered by UNESCO to be part of a place's cultural heritage; it comprises "nonphysical intellectual property, such as folklore, customs, beliefs, traditions, knowledge, and language" in contrast to tangible heritage (i.e., "physical objects and artifacts belonging to a culture").

The Mediterranean diet as a nutritional recommendation is different from the cultural practices that UNESCO listed in under the heading "Mediterranean diet" on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: "a set of skills, knowledge, rituals, symbols and traditions concerning crops, harvesting, fishing, animal Reference: Following is the definition of this cultural heritage written in the UNESCO Nomination File1 by its stakeholders (the seven communities, with the aid of their national governments): «The Mediterranean Diet – derived from the Greek word díaita, way of life – is the set of skills, knowledge, rituals, symbols and traditions Cited by: 7.

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This online course aims to introduce participants to and raise their awareness about the typical Mediterranean food products and diet, as well as the intangible cultural heritage and goods that are related to food: customs, traditions, social status, culinary practices and tools, ceremonies, and values.

Mediterranean Heritage: an intangible cultural heritage. The Mediterranean diet emphasizes values of hospitality, neighbourliness, intercultural dialogue and creativity, and a way of life guided by respect for diversity. It plays a vital role in cultural spaces, festivals and celebrations, bringing together people of all ages, conditions and social classes.

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A ll are part of the cultural heritage that is as tangible as the taste. It is worthy of notice and preserv ation.

Thus, I travel to a place in Italy that rests for the most part in the Mediterranean culinary corner. Wine and fine aged vinegars run through it. “Inthe Mediterranean Diet was inscribed by Unesco on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.” The Mediterranean diet is, indeed, a.

The Mediterranean diet, designated as an ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’, has a reputation of being particularly beneficial to your health and for reducing the risk of diseases like cardiovascular disorders. Read this book to find out which chemical compounds contribute to these health by: Mediterranean Chapter (MED-ACHS) The Mediterranean Chapter of the ACHS is a cross-national, regional network of scholars, researchers and practitioners working in the broad and interdisciplinary field of heritage studies who are based in the Mediterranean area (countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea) or have an interest in Mediterranean heritage.

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Based on. The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage is only fourteen pages long. But since its adoption in Paris on Octothe words of this brief document have directly and indirectly touched the lives of millions of people around the world, many of them living in small communities very far from Paris.

Classified by UNESCO, inas Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the Mediterranean Diet brings together gastronomy, tradition, culture and healthfulness. Inspired by the ever-changing cultural landscape of the region of the Mediterranean basin, this diet is an open dialogue between secular practices and innovation.

Now, Denmark is asking the guardians of the world’s cultural heritage to add hygge to a list that includes the likes of the Mediterranean diet, traditional wine-making in Georgia, and coffee.

Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development Economic Benefits, Social Opportunities and Policy Challenges George Mergos & Nikolas Patsavos This book is an output of InHeriT, an ERASMUS+ project in line with the policy priorities for education, training, and youth of. Book reviews will be – words and generally in the style of an academic review.

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The UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List is made up of intangible heritage elements that are in need of urgent safeguarding. The UNESCO committee has so far inscribed over 35 elements globally. The list is comprised of all over the world, and I was delighted to find that Croatia’s rich culture has 14 cultural masterpieces on the list.

The Mediterranean diet of olive oil, pasta, tomatoes and fish is to be awarded Unesco World Heritage status to safeguard it from the onslaught of junk food and foreign impostors, Italy's.

But when used as a title as they have done it dilutes the meaning of Mediterranean Diet and redefines it as an intangible cultural heritage. This is a self-declaration with an unknown or shall I. Heritage (ISSN ) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal of cultural and natural heritage science published quarterly by MDPI.

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Did you know that Mediterranean food is an Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Enjoy it at our Paradise restaurant. 🍽 Did you know the Mediterranean food is an Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Taste it at Paradise restaurant/5(K). UNESCO has rec­om­mended the Mediter­ranean Diet for a place on the orga­ni­za­tion’s Intan­gi­ble Cul­tural Her­itage List.

The rat­i­fy­ing vote is expected to take place at the UN agen­cy’s 14 – 19 Novem­ber meet­ing in Nairobi. Intangible Cultural Heritage is a growing, relatively recent field of study and also an emblem of the dialogue between distant populations with different cultures, which is the reason why a comparative approach is the most appropriate basis for conducting an analysis of how the contracting states to the Convention live up to their commitments.

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In order to remain an Intangible Cultural Heritage, the countries that have inscribed the Mediterranean Diet are required to periodically report their efforts in preserving the diet. But it is really up to us to participate in the “diet” to secure its legacy.

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This book takes as reference the evolution of the original concept by Ancel Keys, as well as the countries that are currently included in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Representative List (Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Italy, Greece, Croatia and Cyprus), which classifies the MD as an ‘intangible heritage of Cited by: 1.

Intangible Cultural Heritage is a UNESCO program initiated in to recognise and protect various cultures and practices that, unlike items on the UNESCO World Heritage List, cannot be touched. Intangible cultural heritage includes song, music, drama, skills, crafts, and the other parts of culture that can be recorded but cannot be touched and interacted with, without a vehicle for the culture.“Islam will aim to establish itself as the majority in France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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