NGO Forum Paris 2019
Just in time for the World Heritage Day in Germany, and before this year’s 43rd Session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Baku, World Heritage Watch has published its 2019 Report. On 184 pages, 48 authors report about 10 natural World Heritage sites, 3 sites with indigenous peoples, 6 cultural landscapes and mixed sites, 13 historic cities, and 10 monuments and sites. 13 sites receive attention for the first time while 4 reports deal with sites which have been nominated or might be nominated for World Heritage.
World Heritage Watch would like to express our most sincere gratitude to the authors for their outstanding work, and to the editing team which helped so much to make the Report a reality.