Memory of the World Programme
in Central Asia

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General Guidelines to Safeguard Documentary Heritage

Documentary heritage reflects the diversity of languages, peoples and cultures. It is the mirror of the world and its memory. But this memory is fragile. Every day, irreplaceable parts of this memory disappear for ever.

  • Register - The Memory of the World Register lists documentary heritage which has been identified by the International Advisory Committee in its meetings in Tashkent (September 1997), in Vienna (June 1999) and in Cheongju City (June 2001) and endorsed by the Director-General of UNESCO as corresponding the selection criteria for world significance.

  • Events


    Audio Visual Archive RK: Support for digital migration of content in audiovisual libraries including PSB libraries

    [29 November 2004] Kazakhstan, Communication and Information

    On 29-30 November 2004 twenty two representatives of national audiovisual archives, main broadcasting organizations and National MOW Committees of Central Asia participate in the a two-day training workshop.
    Organized by UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office in collaboration with the Central State Archive of Audiovisual and Photo Documents of the Republic of Kazakhstan within the framework of the UNESCO activity ‘Support for digital migration of content in audiovisual libraries including PSB libraries’.



    Digital Collection of Turkic Manuscripts

    [3 November 2003] Kazakhstan, Communication and Information

    Monthly updated website about marginal Turkic languages, which have been mislaid at the centre of Eurasia, samples of unique and not accessible written memorials, exclusive materials on little-known languages and peoples



    Memory of Central Asia - Meeting in Kazakhstan.

    [2 April 2003] Central Asia, Communication and Information

      Sub-regional seminar on the Memory of the World Programme took place in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 2-3 April, 2003.


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