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NON-CONCRETE LAW ENFORCEMENT TO APPROVE THE PROTECTION OF CULTURAL BREAK PROTECTION PROMISE

 

Kanun No. 5448

 

Accepted Date: 19.1.2006      

MADDE 1- in Paris on 17 October 2003 The adoption of the "Non-Concrete Cultural Order Protection Promise", adopted at the 32nd General Conference of the Ministry of Science and Culture (UNESCO), is appropriate to approve.

ARTICLE 2- This is the date on the release date of the Law.

TICAD 3- The Council of Ministers executes the provisions of this Law.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UNTANGIBLE CULTURAL BREAK

PROTECTION PROMISE

 

Paris, October 17, 2003

 

Non-Sopear Cultural Heritage Protection Promise

 

The United Nations Department of Science, Science and Science, which will be known as UNESCO, is known as UNESCO. The 32nd Group of Culture and Culture was held in Paris from Yirmidokuz Eylul-Ontseven October to October 13. General Conference,

Rights to the current international documents, especially the 1948 English Rights By giving the Universal Declaration of 1966, the Economic, Social, Cultural Rights of 1966, the Declaration of the 1966 Civil and the Political Rights of the Nation,

1989 UNESCO Traditional Culture and Folkspace Protection Advice, 2001 UNESCO In the Universal Declaration of Cultural Conflict and the Ministers of Culture, as highlighted in the 2002 Declaration of Istanbul adopted in the Third Round Table, the non-tangible cultural heritage is the potastness and sustainable development of cultural reprocution. For example, in confidence,

rooted in tangible cultural heritage and tangible cultural heritage. Considering the fact that it is currently being considered

Renewing dialogue between globalization and social processes, communities between communities While building up the conditions, it said the phenomenon of intolerance has increased serious threats, such as deterioration, destruction, or destruction of non-tangible cultural heritage, particularly because of lack of resources to protect it. by

With universal request for protection of non-tangible cultural heritage. as the difference exists for a common record,

Communities, especially the native communities, groups, and, in some cases, by acknowledging that individuals play an important role in the production, protection, maintenance and reconstruction of non-tangible cultural heritage, thereby enriches cultural creation and human creation,

UNESCO's World Cultural and Doctrine Protection Commitment, dated 1972. with regard to the protection of cultural heritage and cultural heritage, noting that the effects of the work on the preparation of the documents have been found.

Yet to protect non-tangible cultural heritage, we have no other by noting that the multi-party text is not found,

Your understanding of the current international understanding of culture and the legacy of culture, advice, and Decisions are made to effectively enrich and complete untangible cultural heritage with new provisions, as well as a new one,

on the importance and protection of non-tangible cultural heritage, especially new Considering that they need to be more aware of the current,

The International community, along with the United States, and the Considering the fact that this legacy should be preserved in the spirit of the help of the United States,

UNESCO programs on non-tangible cultural heritage, especially the United States. Line up the Declaration of the Verbal And Non-verbal Mistake of the Mischief,

The non-tangible cultural heritage is close to people and they are By taking into account the invaluable role of the world, it has given its invaluable role in the world.

On the seventh day of theEkiminin2003 EID, the business agreed to the Glossary.

I.I. General Provisions

Article 1: Objectives of the Word

is the intended purpose of the Glossary:

a) To preserve non-concrete cultural heritage;

b) Intangible cultural heritage of groups, groups, and individuals to show respect;

c) Local, national, and international on the importance of non-concrete cultural heritage to increase the level of precision and to ensure that it is not important to you;

d) International and relief of the nation.

Article 2: Definitions

In the purposes of this Glossary,

1. "Non-tangible cultural heritage" communities, groups and, in other cases, practices, representations, representations, information, skills -- and tools, tools, and cultural heritage as a part of cultural heritage. spaces-meaning. This non-tangible cultural heritage, which is transferred from the tower, continually recreates and gives them a sense of identity and absenient, as their communities and groups interact with their environment, with the environment and their history. It contributes to cultural interchange and to the respect of human creation. In the words of the President, only the non-tangible cultural heritage that complies with the principles of international human rights and meets the principles of the communities, groups and individuals, and the principles of sustainable development. It will be held.

2. It's 1 in the top. "Non-tangible cultural heritage", which is defined in the storm, is particularly evident in the areas in which it is located:

a) Language that sees the work in the transmission of non-concrete cultural heritage together with oral traditions and verbals;

b) Demonstration art;

c) Social applications, rituals, and people who work;

d) Information and applications related to Doora and universe;

e) The crafts are geepleced.

3. The term "protection" means reassurance that the non-tangible cultural heritage can be invested, including identity detection, documentation, investigation, preservation, protection, development, reinforcement, and especially in-school or school redistribution. As much as a transfer from power to power, this cultural heritage is included in the revival of the current.

4. "Party States" are the states that are associated with the Glossary and that the Glossary is in effect.

5. It's 33. Applicable to the territory that is referred to in the material and in accordance with the conditions specified in that clause in the case. In this leg, the term "States of the States" is also attributed to the denomable land.

Article 3: People With International Documents

No provision of this Glossary,

A) The protection of the 1972 World Cultural and Doðal Heritage Protection to reduce the status of an declared and untangible cultural heritage unit that is included in the world heritage, or reduce the level of protection of the goods; or

b) the copyright or ecological and biological resources of the entity States cannot be interpreted to influence the rights and obligations of the use of international documents.

.II. Organs of Menues

Article 4: Party States General Assembly

1. The President of the United States is a member of the General Assembly of the United States of Turkey, which is called "General Assembly". The General Assembly is the dominant body of the President's Word.

2. The General Assembly convenes as a two-year-old. A meeting of the General Assembly's decision-making or the Non-Tangible Cultural Heritage Preservation Committee of the Government may be on the effort of one-third of the states.

3. The General Assembly agrees with its own Tültük.

Article 5: Non-concrete Cultural Heritage Protection Intergovernmental Committee

1.Governments call for governments to protect non-tangible cultural heritage The committee is on board; it will be called the Committee. Committee, this is the 34th. Upon entering the material, the States shall be installed by the representatives of the 18 States to be elected by the General Assembly of the States.

2.When the number of states is 50, the number of members of the Committee is 24 will be upgraded.

Article 6: Selection of Committee Members and Task Times

1. The selection of the Committee Member States is made according to the principles of the right and the principles of my return.

2. For a 4-year mandate, the Member States shall be elected by the States to the Glossary of the General Assembly for a term of 4 years.

3. However, during the first election period, the mandate of the members of the Committee of the Committee of the Republic of the States will be expired by two years. This is the United States rule in the first election.

4. The judiciary, half of the member States, is renewed by a General Assembly in both of those years.

5.The General Assembly has been able to join the State in the required number of members to fill out the business. selects.

6. A State of the Committee cannot be selected for two consecutive term of duty.

7. Member of the Committee States, to represent themselves, they choose qualified kippers in the areas of the facilot of non-tangible cultural heritage.

Article 7: Tasks of the Committee

The Committee is authorized to do so by failing to harm other entitlements. tasks:

a) To support the purposes of the Glossary, to apply these objectives to To encourage and watch;

b) Guidance on sample applications and the non-tangible cultural heritage. providing advice on protection measures;

c) 25. To prepare a draft on the use of the Fund resources in accordance with the Article and to submit to the approval of the General Assembly;

d) 25. To search for ways to increase resources in accordance with the material, and to take necessary precautions for this purpose;

) To prepare application instructions for the implementation of the Glossary, and To submit to the General Assembly's approval;

f) 29. To review reports submitted by the States in accordance with the Article and to summarize them for the General Assembly;

g) to examine the demands of the Party States and to determine by the Committee According to the criteria to be approved by the General Assembly:

i) 16, 17, and 18. to decide on the list of items and to decide on the bids;

ii) 22. to decide on the issue of international yardage in the matter of time.

Article 8: Committee's Stealing methods

1. The Committee is responsible for the General Assembly. Reports to the General Assembly about all their applications and decisions.

2. The committee is determined by two-thirds of its own internal tycots.

3. To perform its tasks, the Committee may install special counsel for the task that is appropriate for the temporary period of time.

4. In order to be consulted on specific topics, the Committee may invite any special or official organization or special person to be authorized in the areas of the cultural heritage that are not concrete to their meetings.

Article 9: Accreditation of Consultative Organisations

1. The Committee recommends that the government be accredited to the Committee, which has been granted authorizations in the area of non-tangible cultural heritage. The organizational tasks for these organizations will be found.

2. The Committee also proposes the criteria and procedures of this accreditation to the General Assembly at the same time.

Article 10: Secretarial

1. The UNESCO Secretaried Committee will support the Committee.

2. The secretaries of the Committee and the General Assembly and the Committee are prepared to draft the agenda of the agenda of the meeting, and the decisions of the received will be made effective.

.III. Protection of Non-tangible Cultural Heritage at the National Level

Article 11: Party States Role

All States Government,

a. It will take the necessary measures to ensure the protection of the non-tangible cultural heritage located on its own land;

b. 2. 3. The protection measures specified in the fund will determine and identify groups of non-tangible cultural heritage located on its territory, with the contribution of groups, communities and related government organizations.

Article 12: Inventories

1. In order to protect the State, the State prepares one or more inventory of non-tangible cultural heritage on its own soil to suit its own situation. These inventories are periodically updated.

2. State 29th. When the matter is presented to the Committee, it also gives information about these inventores.

Article 13: Other Protection Precautions

Each Party State is a non-tangible cultural heritage on its own to ensure that it is protected, its development, and the right to win, but to ensure it is not true:

a) That the business of the non-tangible cultural heritage in society will not win to adopt a general policy and to include the protection of this heritage in planning programs;

b) to preserve the non-tangible cultural heritage on its territory or to designate or install more authorized institutions;

c), in particular the non-tangible cultural heritage of the danger, without concrete to encourage scientific, technical, and artistic studies and the method of research to protect cultural heritage in effective ways;

d) appropriate legal, technical, administrative, and financial measures aimed at the part of the world to:

(i) The establishment of non-concrete legacy and management of its management To encourage the presentation and presentation of this legacy to be communicated in places that are in place;

(ii) the self-styled traditional heritage of delivering this legacy Securing the delivery of a non-tangible cultural heritage by respecting applications;

kurmak(iii) to establish documentation centers on non-tangible cultural heritage and to make it easier for them to get here.

Article 14: Strengthening Capacity, Sensitive, and Capacity

The State is committed to reallocation the proper measures:

a) recognition of non-tangible cultural heritage, and respect for Specifically, with precautions to be developed:

(i) the community's young, especially targeting young people, sentix to organize artler and informative programs;

belirli(ii) specific access and ability programs within related communities and groups edit;

(iii) is especially management and scientific for the protection of non-tangible cultural heritage to organize capacity reinforcing activities in areas such as the investigation.

saðlamak(iv) provide school-to-school offerings of information;

b) threats and threats to this legacy, made by the public informing on activities;

c) are the proper areas of cultural heritage that are not tangible, and To encourage the protection of sites for memory.

Article 15: Community, Group, and KishyisKatýlýmý

To frame the activities of the State, non-tangible cultural heritage, communities, groups, and, in the necessary situations, creating, sustaining, and transporting this legacy, strive to make the most of the most current forms possible and enable them to actively manage the process.

IV. Protection of Non-tangible Cultural Heritage at the International Level

Article 16: A Representative List Of The Untangible Cultural HeritageÝnsanlýðýn

1. The Committee is a non-tangible cultural heritage of the State of the States, on the proposal of the relevant Party States, to ensure that the non-tangible cultural heritage is more visible, awareness of its importance, and to promote dialogue within the respect of cultural intercultural significance. They prepare, update, and publish a representative list of the heritage.

2. The Committee prepares, update, and release the criteria for the development, update, and release of this list and submit it to the General Assembly.

Article 17: Non-Tangible Cultural Heritage List That Requires Immediate Protection

1.The Committee provides an Emergency Protection of Emergency Protection to take appropriate protection measures. The Non-Cultural Heritage List prepares, updates, and publishes the legacy to the list at the request of the State Party.

2.The Committee is interested in building, updating, and propagating this list. They prepare the criteria and submit it to the General Assembly.

3. With regard to the approval of the General Assembly at the request of the General Assembly at the request of the Committee of the objective criteria of very urgent emergencies, the Committee may register a heritage item in the form specified in the form of the 1st step by consulting the State.

Article 18: Non-tangible Cultural Heritage Protection Programs, Projects, and Activities

1. The Committee considers the special needs of the countries in progress, by means of the proposals submitted by the Committee, by the Committee and in accordance with the criteria approved by the General Assembly, in peryodic protection of the heritage. The national, regional, or local character for the program, selects and supports programs, projects, and events that reflect the goal and policies of the Glossary in the best way.

2. For this purpose, the Committee will receive, review, and approve the requests for international assistance for the preparation of recommendations by the States.

3. The Committee helps implement projects, programs, and activities that are identified by disseminating information about good sample practices with methods to be determined by the committee.

V. International and Yardage

Article 19: BusinessÝþbirliði

1. In the United States, the United States has established a help mechanism to help the States in efforts to preserve information and experience in other countries, common input, and non-tangible cultural heritage, among other things.

2. The Party States acknowledges that it is the general public to protect the non-tangible cultural heritage before it comes to its national legislation, cover and law and practice, and for this purpose, they are bilateral, sub-regional, regional and They assume the international framework in the framework of the international framework.

Article 20: Objectives for International Help

An international help may be intended for:

(a) Legacy to a non-tangible cultural heritage list that requires immediate protection protection;

.(b) 11 and 12. Preparing inventories in the form of items;

(c) Supporting programs, projects, and activities at the local, regional and national level for the purpose of protecting non-tangible cultural heritage;

(d) Any other purpose that the Committee can see as required.

Article 2l: International YardageBiçimleri

Committee by the Committee, the benefit stipulate in Article 7, the application guidelines, and 24. It is done according to the meaning described in the item and may be in the form of the following:

(a) reviews of the protected aspects of the protection;

uzman(b) expertise and implementation;

eðitimi(c) all required personnel;

düzenlenmesi(d) regulation of norm-lusted text or other measures;

oluþturulmasý(e) build and process infrastructure;

(f) equipment and skills are not available;

(g) is a financial and technical business, including a low-interest debt and a technical The forms of help.

Article 22: International Help

1. The committee will determine the way to review international aid requests, and determine what elements the demands should include, such as measures envied to be taken, the necessary interventions and the calculation of the cost of them.

2. In case of an emergency, aid requests will be reviewed as a priority by the Committee.

3. The committee will review and review the vision needed to make a decision.

Article 23: International help requests

1. Each Party may request the international assistance from the Committee to protect the non-tangible cultural heritage on the state territory.

2. Two or more Party States can offer such a request to the partner.

3. The demands are 22. 1 of the matter. Contains information about the information and the documents that are required.

Article 24: Role of Party States Benefit from the Yarn

1. When the provisions of the pledge are required, the allotted international assistance is executed according to an understanding between the State and the Government and the Committee.

2. As a general rule, Party State, which benefits from the benefit, shares the cost of international aid protection measures in its own resources, in its own capital.

3. Taking advantage of the help, Party State provides a report to the Committee about the use of the protected judiciary to preserve the non-tangible cultural heritage.

.VI. Non-tangible Cultural Heritage Fund

Article 25: Fund Qualifications and Resources

1. A "Non-Concrete Cultural Miraasi Protection Fund", which will be called "Fund", is being created.

2. "The Fund" is from the trust funds in accordance with UNESCO's Finance Management.

3. It contains resources for the fund.

(a) the contributions made by States to the United States;

(b) Funds allocated for this purpose by the UNESCO General Conference;

What may be done by

(c), gifts, The will;

(i) states;

(ii) Organizations and programs of the United Nations system, specifically the United Nations Nations Program and international organisations;

(iii) Private or public institutions or individuals;

(d) The interest paid to the Fund resources;

(e) The funds raised for the Fund and the Fund's benefit activities entries;

(f) The Fund regulations that will be prepared by the Committee allow resources.

4. The Committee will spend these resources in accordance with the guidance of the guidance set by the General Assembly.

5. For general purposes, the Committee may accept special purposes or assistance for specific projects with the fact that it is a project approved by itself.

6. Funds raised to the Fund cannot be associated with any political, economic or other business that does not fall asleep for the purposes of this promise.

Article 26: Party States Fund Contributors

l To avoid any additional voluntary contributions, the United States does not have to pay the Fund for at least every two years, with the use of not affecting any additional voluntary contributions. The contribution shall be determined by the General Assembly in the form of applicable remit rate to all States. This decision of the General Assembly is the 2nd of this Article. The states of the States who have made the declaration mentioned in the paragraph are taken from the party of the States that voted and voted for it. The part of the entity's contribution cannot be 1% off of the contribution of UNESCO's normal budget to its normal budget.

2. However, it is the 32 of the Pseudo. Or 33. Each State, approval, acceptance, suitable vision or contribution documents specified in Article 1 of this Article 1 of this Article. It can represent the fact that the fir does not see itself.

3. This Is A Matter Of Two. The state of the state, which has made the statement mentioned in the fund, will strive to withdraw the declaration of the declaration with a declaration to the Director General of UNESCO. However, the withdrawal of the statement does not affect the contribution of the state until the next session of the General Assembly has been opened.

4. In order for the committee to plan the work effectively, it is the 2nd of the Article. The contributions of the United States, which have been notified in the financial statement, must be paid in a regular manner at least two years, and 1 in this Article. Even though they were found with their own, they would have been burned to the extent that they would be required to pay.

5. Any State, Committee member cannot be selected; this is not applied in the first election, which is not paid in time for the mandatory or voluntary contribution of the previous calendar year. He is a member of the Committee who is a member of the Committee, and the term of the term of the term is 6. It ends with the selection of records in its item.

Article 27: Fund Additional Volunteer Contributions

26. In addition to what is foreseen in the article, the States willing to voluntarily contribute to the Committee to plan the work of the Committee so that they can plan it accordingly at the very least.

Article 28: International Community Aggregation Campaigns

Party States under the auspices of the United States for the benefit of the Fund They would be supportive to the extent that they were able to campaign.

.VII. Reports

Article 29: Party Government Reports

in the formats and time zones specified by the States Committee They submit their report to the Committee, which includes the law, statute, and regulation regulations required to implement an effective implementation of the word.

Article 30: Committee's Reports

1. The Committee is the 29th of the States. in each session of a report that is based on their activities and reports mentioned in the item.

2. This report is presented in the knowledge of the UNESCO General Conference.

VIII. Provisional Provisions

Article 31: Israeli Business with Non-concrete and Plastic Cultural MediaÝlaný

1. The Committee will include the "Non-Concrete, Non-Concrete Cultural Heritage (s) of the United States of America in the Tangible Cultural Heritage Representation List of the United States," which was declared without entering the office of the President.

2. The inclusion of these items in the Non-tangible Cultural Heritage List does not affect the criteria of the later software, which is decided when the second of Article 16 is set to the second.

3. No procure can be made after the end of the Glossary.

.XI. Final Provisions

Article 32: Approval, Acceptable, or Appropriate Vision

1. This Glossary is approved, accepted, or appropriate to UNESCO in the case of the Member States in its own constitutional procedures.

2. Approval, acceptance, or proper vision documents are available to UNESCO Director General.

Article 33: Multiplicity

1. This statement is part of the contribution of the states, which are not members of UNESCO, invited to take part in the UNESCO General Conference.

2. This statement was recognized by the United Nations to fully govern themselves, but did not fully understand the General Assembly's 1514 (XV) decision, including making a pact on the issues identified by the United States. It also opens up authority to the territory that is recognized for its territory.

3. The folding documents are expressed in the UNESCO Director General's office.

Article 34: Effective

This Glossary only contains approval, acceptance, proper vision, or contribution documents on that date. Prior to that date, the Turkish government would enter the 30th approval, acceptance, proper vision, or the date of the contribution of the contribution of the contribution of the term. Any other party enters three months after the date of the confirmation, acceptance, proper vision, or contribution of the contribution of the State Department.

Article 35: Non-Unitary or Federative Mainland Systems

Party that does not have unitary or federative constitutions Applies to states:

(a) The legal authority of the federal or central legislative power of the provisions of this Glossary The federal or central government's obligations will be the same as the non-federal government, regardless of whether it is implemented by those found in the area.

(b) the constitutional system of the federation, which shall enforce the provisions of this Promise individual constituent states, states, states, or cantons who do not have to take legal measures from the care of the federal government, the federal government, states, states, states or cantons of the cantons informed the authorities of the authorities. and will advise the acceptance of them.

Article 36: Annuih

1. Each State Government is authorized to declare the Word termination.

2. It is written to the UNESCO Director General in a written statement to be sent to the Board.

3. The annulment of the annulment of the annulment of the annulment of the annulment of the annulment is twelve months later. The reserved Party does not affect the state of the state until the effective date of the month of the month of the month of the month of the month.

Article 37: The Tasks Of The Paper In Which The Commitment Is Being MadeTevdi

As a member of the UNESCO Director General, the Member States of the Organization To their state, 33. 32 to the United Nations, to the non-member States of the Organization specified in the Article. And 33. Each consent, acceptance, appropriate vision, or folding document mentioned in the articles and 36. Declares the tevdiini of the annualized annuition of the material.

Article 38: Deities

1. Each Party State may recommend that a written notice to the General Manager will be notified. The Director General announces this statement to all States Parties. If more than at least half of the States are in favor of the claim in the next six months after the announcement of this notice, the General Manager presents this proposal for the next session of the General Assembly and to be accepted, if possible.

2. Deans are considered to be two-thirds of the states that have contributed to the meeting and voted.

3. After the delics are accepted, Party States is presented with approval, acceptance, proper vision, or contribution.

4. The decisities are the third of this matter, only in the view of the States, which approved, accepted, deemed appropriate, or contributed to it. Two-thirds of the documents mentioned in the fund will be in effect three months after the fourth quarter of the state. Thereafter, any party that approves, accepts, considers, or tolerating this statement takes three months after the return of approval, acceptance, proper vision, or contribution of the folding documents.

5. 3. and 4. This method, which was put up in the show, is the 5th to which the Committee is concerned with respect to the number of States. Does not apply to any of the items in the matter subject. These depositions will be effective as soon as they are accepted.

6. This is the 4th. If a State who is a Party does not provide a different notice after the fact that the results are effective, the following is not available.

(a) agree to the current state of the Glossary;

(b) If any Party is not liable for any of the conditions, It is acceptable for the non-verbal state to be made.

Article 39: Current Glossary Metrics

Business Glossary; Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, and Spanish It's already done. The gold text is equally valid.

Article 40: Accuser of the Word

The United Nations, 102, of the United Nations. It is required by the Director General of UNESCO to be registered with the Secretary of the Nations.