Heritage preservation tackled in meeting.Byline: Staff Report
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Sharjah (1995 pop. : Culture and heritage must be preserved, not as a product or brand, but as a force for nations and human identity, which should be maintained at all costs, a senior official at United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) said.
Malda Jaboor, Representative of the Unesco office in Doha Doha (dō`hä), city (1994 est. pop. 361,500), capital of Qatar, SE Arabia, on the Persian Gulf. Doha was a small fishing and pearling village until oil production in Qatar began in 1949. was speaking at the cultural heritage sub-regional meeting that is being held in Sharjah until Thursday. The event is organised in cooperation with the Unesco and the Ministry of Culture Youth and Community, Sharjah.
Referring to the agreement that was signed by Unesco in Paris in 2003 to protect cultural heritage and receive the support of international countries in preserving the inventories of cultural heritage, Jaboor said Unesco also recreated oral culture by defining new programmes that will help countries preserve their cultural heritage. "The 2003 agreement aims for creating an international cultural value for international development and defining ownership and intellectual property rights," she said. Bilal Al Budoor, Executive Director for Culture and Art Affairs at the Ministry, emphasised that the UAE (Uninterruptible Application Error) The name given to a crash in Windows 3.0. In subsequent versions of Windows, a crash was called a "General Protection Fault," "Application Error" or "Illegal Operation." See crash in Windows and abend. gives great concern to cultural heritage since it represents the national identity in the Gulf and Arab countries. "The meeting concentrates on maintaining cultural heritage and we are now in deep need to restore national heritage," he said.
Al Budoor said Arab countries began positive steps to review and examine cultural preservation yet there were lots of obstacles and difficulties to be addressed.
"[The] UAE is one of the leading Arab countries in signing an agreement in 2003 to protect and preserve cultural heritage. It also participated in making greater efforts on the local, regional and international levels to achieve the goals of the agreement," he said.
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The UAE, he said maintains a strong culture, such as nabati poetry, folklore folklore, the body of customs, legends, beliefs, and superstitions passed on by oral tradition. It includes folk dances, folk songs, folk medicine (the use of magical charms and herbs), and folktales (myths, rhymes, and proverbs). , stories and legends. "It also records narrative stories from Bedouins who are known for their great experiences in astronomy astronomy, branch of science that studies the motions and natures of celestial bodies, such as planets, stars, and galaxies; more generally, the study of matter and energy in the universe at large. and calendar calculations and other folkloric heritage," he said.
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