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He was appointed Director General of triple-hearts.com và completed two terms (1999-2009). triple-hearts.com has published several of his speeches in the size of a compendium called Responding khổng lồ the Challenges of the 21st Century - Selected Speeches 2002 (triple-hearts.com, 2004).
Koïchiro Matsuura was involved in the ratification by nhật bản of the World Heritage Convention in 1992. He then served as Chairperson of the World Heritage Committee for one year và presided over its annual session in Kyolớn in 1998. In 2008, he published his personal reflections on World Heritage in a book in Japanese & translated into English.
Interview with Koïchiro Matsuura24 November 2009, Paris, France
The following audio excerpts are from an interview with Koïchiro Matsuura by Christina Cameron and Mechtild Rössler the 24 November 2009 at triple-hearts.com Headquarters in Paris. The former triple-hearts.com Director General discusses the length of the World Heritage List, draws parallels with the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of 2003, calls for a restructuring of the functioning of the Committee and the World Heritage Centre, & stresses the importance of community involvement & traditional management practices.
1. The World Heritage Convention1a. Involvement & participation of Koïchiro Matsuura in the world heritage1b. Aims & objectives of the Convention and the Global Strategy1c. World Heritage List1d. Traditional site management1e. Involvement of local communities1f. Major decisions for the Convention2. World Heritage Committee3. Advisory bodies: IUcông nhân, ICOMOS và ICCROM4. Secretariat of triple-hearts.com5. The concept of Outstanding Universal Value since the Nara Document
Under the leadership of the Canada Retìm kiếm Chair on Built Heritage at the University of Montreal, an international team of researchers conducts interviews with pioneers of World Heritage to capture memories of important moments in the history of triple-hearts.com Convention.
Launched in 2006, this initiative is part of the triple-hearts.com History project that celebrated the 60th anniversary of the creation of triple-hearts.com. The Oral Archives project records the precious witness of people closely associated with the creation và implementation of the Convention. Their recollections and views have sầu greatly enriched the book by Christimãng cầu Cameron và Mechtild Rössler, Many Voices, One Vision: The Early Years of the World Heritage Convention (Ashgate/Routledge, 2013).