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C-scheme, Jaipur-302001

INDIA
www.jaipurvirasatfoundation.org, www.jaipurfestival.org, www.jodhpurfolkfestival.org, www.wonderfulworkshops.org
+91-(0)141-2222728; 2222140
info@jaipurvirasatfoundation.org


Date of creation: 2002
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
- Introducing 'culture for development' to school-going children through workshops with traditional artists and crafts people, in consultation with heads of local educational institutions.
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- revitalization
- transmission, (non-)formal education

 

India / Inde

Japan Arts Council
4-1, Hayabusacho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
02-8656
JAPAN
http://www.ntj.jac.go.jp/english/
+81-3-3265 7411
sakitani@ntj.jac.go.jp

Date of creation: 1966
Budget: US$147255000
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)

- preservation, protection

- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education


The Japan Arts Council is an independent administrative institution established in 1966 by the "National Theatre Law"( at present "Independent Administrative Institution Japan Arts Council Law"). The major objectives of the Council are to preserve and promote traditional performing arts such as Kabuki, Bunraku, Noh, Japanese music , chanting by priests at Buddhist ceremonies , the court music of Japan, folk music and entertainment , etc. , and to promote and popularize modern performing arts such as opera, ballet, drama , etc.. To realize these objectives, the Council operates national theatres in Tokyo, Osaka and Okinawa. The Council actively provides public presentation of performing arts in various fields, based on continuous and intensive research. Several programmes are intended for high school students’ education. The Council manages training courses of Kabuki actors , Kabuki musicians and performers in other necessary fields. The Council also provides assistance for artistic activities by disbursing grants from the Japan Arts Fund.

Japan / Japon

Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism Headquarters
45 Gyeonji-dong, Jongno-gu
Seoul 110-170
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.buddhism.or.kr
+82 2 2011 1774
bhlee@buddhism.or.kr

 

 

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Kaamgar Kalyan Kendra
P.O. Porbandar, Gujarat
INDIA
0286-2242386; 9825270947

 

 

India / Inde


Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music
Parimal Garden, C.G. Road
Ahmedabad 380 006
Gujarat
INDIA
http://www.kadamb.org
kadamb@icenet.net

Domains:
- Performing arts
Measures:
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Dance academy

India / Inde

Kala Academy Goa
Campal Panaji-403001
INDIA

 

 

India / Inde

Kant in Vlaanderen vzw. - KiV
Infirmeriestraat 5
3290 Diest
BELGIUM
http://www.kantinvlaanderen.be
+32 13 33 40 02
info@kantinvlaanderen.be

Date of creation: 1997
Budget: US$35000
Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- preservation, protection
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

The organization “Kant in Vlaanderen” (KiV) was founded in 1997, for coordinating, optimizing and stimulating all sorts of initiatives around lace and related techniques. The organization groups the academies, schools, centres, local clubs, traders and individual interested persons around the theme “lace”. The association is officially acknowledged as a representative for the lace-sector within the Flemish community and act in this way as its speaking tube.

The organization has got as goal to lend an important contribution developing and preserving the cultural inheritance “lace” in all his aspects. It wants to support the efforts which are been made in concern of the scientific studies and with the improvement of the lace-quality. It wants to support the academies, schools and associations and promote their activities in inland and abroad.
KiV organizes exhibitions in inland and abroad and organizes lace contests for youth and adults with the purpose of promoting "lace" as an creative trade. It organizes workshops and lectures. Studies and research around lace are supported and encouraged. Members are being informed through the quarterly journal “FILUM”.
KiV vzw wants to profile as coordinator for activities through members in inland and abroad.
With her activities KiV moves in the domain of cultural spread, folk development and folk culture.


Belgium / Belgique

Kedar Art & Research Institute
Kareli Bagh, Vadodara-390018
Gujarat
INDIA

 

 

India / Inde

Kimon Xylotymboy Dancing Group
Chiou 2
7510 Xylοtimbou-Larnaka
CYPRUS
00357-24723723, 00357-99351723,
ch_korizis@yahoo.com

 

It consists of 150 dancers, presents Greek dances generally, often is presented in television programs, and every summer has a tour in Cyprus and Greece. It collaborates with the musical scheme Mesogeios, but also has its own folklore musicians.

Cyprus / Chypre


Konkani Akademi
Patto, Panaji
INDIA

 

 

India / Inde

Konya Kültür ve Turizm Derneği
Mevlana Cad. No: 2
Karatay
Konya-Türkiye
TURKEY

 

 

Turkey / Turquie

Korea Association Preservation of ICH Properties
(135-090) 1112-2, Samsung-dong,
Gangnam-gu, Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.kpicaa.co.kr
+82-2-3453-1685

Date of creation: 1973
Domains:
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education

An Initiative of the Korea Association Preservation of ICH Properties was found in 1973, aimed at contributing to safeguarding and preservation of traditional craft work as well as promotion of craft industry, thus enhancing culture on the craft sector. The main activities of this organization are (a) to bear future transmitters for craft art, (b) to support research, survey and projects relevant to craft, (c) to publicize craft art, (d) to hold exhibitions pursuing promotion of international exchanges, and (e) to accredit ICH holder specializing in craft art so on.

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Korea Content Export Information System

Kocca B/D 641-2 Yeoksam-dong,
Gangnam-gu, Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.koreacontent.org
+82-2-2016-4077
ceis@kocca.kr


Date of creation: 2001
Measures:
- promotion, enhancement
- revitalization

Since the advent of the 21st century, the existing industrial society has been transforming rapidly into a knowledge-driven society where human knowledge, sensibility, creativity, and imagination create added value. The knowledge-driven service industry is also emerging as the principal axis of the next generation world economy, with the culture content industry at its core.
The Korea Culture & Content Agency (KOCCA) is committed to fostering the growth of the culture content business in Korea. Korean culture content such as animations, music, character (licensed merchandise business), cartoons, along with mobile and internet content are changing the market with the advent of new media technology. The Korean culture content industry, whose development potential has been fully recognized, has been rapidly growing in the global market. KOCCA has been exerting utmost efforts to spearhead the Korean culture content industry in the world market. We are also actively pursuing the promotion of international cooperation and networks related to
the culture content industry.

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Korea Craft Promotion Foundation - KCPF
(110-300) 182-2 Gwanhoon-dong,
Jongno-gu
Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.kcpf.or.kr
+82-2-733-9040

unesco@kcpf.or.kr


Date of creation: 2000

Korean Craft Promotion Foundation is a Ministry of Culture and Tourism subsidiary body that was established on April 1, 2000, with the objective of contributing to the promotion of culture and tourism products through discovery, development, promotion, distribution, and sales of internationally appealing, high-quality culture and tourism products.
Ever since establishment, our foundation has provided a place for people to exchange information on craft work and culture and tourism products in Seoul's Insa-dong, the heart of traditional Korean culture, and supported the careers of innovative artists. And in June of 2003, the foundation opened ZUM, a shop that exhibits and sells craft work and various other culture and tourism products.
Furthermore, the three permanent galleries that we rent for very economical rates have attracted superb craft work and culture and tourism product exhibitions, widening the range of understanding between the artists and consumers and helping to broaden the base of the craft work culture. In addition to conducting studies on commercialization of our cultural products, providing support through internship programs, engaging in design R&D, building a database of Korean culture and tourism products, sponsoring attendance in overseas exhibitions, holding exchange exhibitions with artists from abroad, continuously strengthening the function of the information center, and operating the Craft Academy, the foundation is working hard at

building a systematic support system that will elevate the global appeal of culture and tourism products based on the original Korean culture and creativity. Here, the Craft Culture Center was established to play the role of comprehensive supervision of culture and tourism products and help the culture and tourism product industry grow through development of new products, an efficient distribution system, and a synergistic effect resulting thereof.


Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation - CHF
406 Bongeunsa-ro, Kangnam-gu
Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.chf.or.kr
+82 2 3011 2100
silkroadkr@chf.or.kr

Date of creation: 1980
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement
- revitalization
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Since 1980, the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation has played a leading role in the popularization, utilization, and dissemination of cultural heritage through holding public events. CHF has implemented various projects to raise awareness of the importance of ICH. CHF has held a number of exhibitions and performances designed to enhance viability and understanding of ICH. The main activities of CHF are as follows:
- Staging traditional performing arts
- Exhibiting traditional art work
- Education of Cultural Heritage
- Reproduction of Traditional Ceremonies
- Excavation and Investigation of Cultural Properties
- Publication of Books on Cultural Properties
- Development and Marketing of Cultural Products
- Propagation of Traditional Korean food
- Traditional Weddings

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Korea Culture and Tourism Institute - KCTI
827 Banghwa-dong
Gangseo-gu
Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.kcti.re.kr
+82 2 2669 9800

chief@kcti.re.kr


Measures:
- transmission, (non-)formal education

 

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

Korean Foklore Society - KOFOS
Folklore Department, Chung-ang
University, Hoeseok-dong, Dongjak-gu
Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
http://www.kofos.or.kr
+82-2-2237-4918
yimdawn@dongguk.edu

Date of creation: 1955
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement

The Korean Folklore Society was found, aimed at researching and analyzing folkloric issues in Korea and its neighboring territories. The objectives of the Korean Folklore Society are as follows: (a) to hold international science councils, lectures and research conferences, (b) to collect, investigate and research on material for folklore, (c) to publish quarterly magazines, (d) to promote international exchange with oversea folklore societies, (e) to carry out projects on restoration and preservation for folkloric material (publications, movies, records etc), and (f) to conduct projects relevant to the Society's objectives. The Korean Folklore Society has convened a number of science councils since its launch; the summer science council considering a
subject of 'formation of villages and the relevant to folklore studies' was held in June 2008. Also, the quarterly magazine 'Korean Folklore' has been continuously published since 1956.

Republic of Korea / République de Corée

La Almolda Expresión Cultural - LAEC
Plaza de España nº9

Casa de la cultura

La Almolda
50178 ZARAGOZA
SPAIN


 

Asociación cultural de La Almolda dedicada a la promoción, fomento y desarrollo integral del entorno local.

Spain / Espagne

Laboratoire des Langues, des Littératures et des Sociétés africaines - Université Cheikh Anta Diop
B.P 5005
Dakar-Fann
SENEGAL
+221 639 6229

Domains:
- Oral traditions and expressions

PROMETRA international a pour mission de promouvoir et de protéger la médecine traditionnelle et les sciences endogènes. Cette mission est accomplie à travers :
1) la recherche scientifique et les services médicaux de la médecine traditionnelle.
2) l’éducation, la formation et le plaidoyer
3) les échanges scientifiques, culturels et spirituels.

Senegal / Sénégal

Laboratoire interdisciplinaire Patrimoine Transformations sociales - LIP2T
Département de langue et lettres Malgache
Faculté des lettres et Sciences humaines
RP 907
Antananarivo (101)
MADAGASCAR
22 235 63 post 16
lip2t @ yahoo.fr

 

Laboratoire d'Anthropologie
- Observations
- Analyse du Patrimoine National, naturel et culturel

Madagascar / Madagascar

Laboratorie Development Foundation - LDF

Allan Louisy Street
PO Box LB 21
LABORIE
SAINT LUCIA
http://www.laboriecommunity.net
1 758 455 9910
labdev@candw.lc


Date of creation: 2002

The Laborie Development Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation, registered under the Companies Act in St. Lucia on December 11, 2002.
It’s functions are to:
* Coordinate the planning and implementation of development activities and projects.
* Mobilize the community and involve all citizens in planning and implementation of development projects.
* Raise funds for projects and activities to be undertaken by itself and by other organizations.
* Implement specific projects whenever there is no other organisation capable of implementing them.
* Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the Strategic Development Plan for Laborie.
The Foundation’s vision and objectives are the same as that described in the Strategic Development Plan for Laborie, i.e. to promote social, and economic development that will contribute to a “culturally vibrant community where there is continuous improvement in the quality of life and where people are able to enjoy all the basic necessities and to participate fully in the process of development.” This plan outlines the development goals of the majority of the residents of Laborie.

Saint Lucia / Sainte-Lucie

Laboratorio de educação patrimonial - LABOEP
Faculdade de Educação da Universidade Federal Fluminense
Rua Visconde do Rio Branco, s/n – São Domingos
Campus do Gragoatá – bloco D, sala 245
24210-370 Niterói, RJ
BRAZIL

http://www.uff.br

+55 21 2629 2653
laboep-uff@vm.uff.br


Date of creation: 2003
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- transmission, (non-)formal education

Entité créée en 2003 pour discuter les questions concernant le patrimoine culturel brésilien, ses relations avec le contexte international, ses relations avec l’éducation, par le moyen de cours et seminaries, projets de recherche et d’ extension universitaire.

Brazil / Brésil

Laboratório de etnomusicologia da Univerdade de Pernambuco
Centro de Convenções da UFPE
Sala Andorinha, 2º. Avenida dos Reitores s/n
50670-901 Recife, PE
BRAZIL
+55 81 2126 8596 / 2126 8597
carlos.sandroni@gmail.com, net.mus.anitafreitas@gmail.com

Domains:
- Performing arts
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)

Entité vouée à la recherche et à la documentation des manifestations musicales de la culture populaire et des communautés traditionnelles.

Brazil / Brésil

Laboratorio de Pesquisa em Etnicidade, Cultura e Desenvolvimento - LACED
Quinta da Boa Vista, s/n – São Cristóvão
20940-040 Rio de Janeiro, RJ
BRAZIL
http://www.laced.mn.ufrj.br
+55 21 2568 1347 ext. 217|221
lfdduarte@uol.com.br, lfdduarte@mn.ufrj.br, laced@laced.mn.ufrj.br

Domains:

- Knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe
- Oral traditions and expressions
- Performing arts
- Social practices, rituals and festive events
- Traditional craftsmanship
Measures:
- identification, documentation, research (including inventory-making)
- promotion, enhancement
- transmission, (non-)formal education


Département d’ Anthropologie/ Musée National/UFRJ
Entité civile à but non lucratif, appuyée par la Société des Amis du Musée National (SAMN), dont les activités sont dirigées vers le développement de projets de recherche et action sociale, de gestion et exposition de collections scientifiques et documentales, de publications, production audio-visuelle, diffusion scientifique par moyens électroniques, activités didactiques, aide technique pour des institutions gouvernamentales et non-gouvernamentales, ayant comme base la perspective d’une anthropologie d’ action.

Brazil / Brésil

Latvian Association of Anthropologists
Faculty of History and Philosophy
University of Latvia
Brivibas boulevard 32, Riga
LV-1586
LATVIA
Agita.Luse@bristol.ac.uk

Date of creation: 1999

Latvian Association of Anthropologists is a non-governmental organisation established on November 25, 1999.
The Association unites persons interested in social and cultural anthropology, folkloristic, ethnography, ethnomusicology and related fields. The association also participates in research and educational programs in this field.
TASKS

* Popularisation of contemporary methods, studies and concepts of social and cultural anthropology in Latvia.

* Organisation of activities in connection with the studies and education in anthropology.
* Provision of expertise about the processes and problems of the current society of Latvia.
* Provision of the members of the Association with the possibility to participate in discussions, seminars, conferences etc.
FIELDS OF ACTIVITY
* Facilitation of acquisition, development, distribution and regeneration of the anthropological knowledge.
* Publication and distribution of books, conference materials and periodicals on the actual problems of social and cultural anthropology.
* Preparation and publication of materials dedicated to intercultural education.
* Organisation of lectures, discussions, seminars, conferences, expeditions, fieldworks, etc.
* Facilitation of publication of materials about social and cultural anthropology in the mass media




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