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cover Cultural Diversity and Indigenous Peoples

Oral, Written Expressions and New Technologies

Coordination: Laurence Pourchez

Memory of Peoples series

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49,00 € €

CD-ROM, photographs, paintings, film extracts, video sequences, cinema and songs

Format: PC: Windows 98 SE or later

2004, 978-92-3-103939-3

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UNESCO Publishing

This unique CD-ROM, aimed at promoting the Convention on Cultural Diversity, contains the full text of the Convention and documentation related to the subject. It offers a rare opportunity to appreciate the languages of indigenous peoples, many of which are under threat. Included are more than 130 texts, photographs, paintings, film extracts, video sequences and files presented in languages spoken by different indigenous peoples. These are combined with links to websites and portals developed by different institutions and indigenous organizations throughout the world.
Over 20 hours of navigation are available to users (the equivalent of a fascinating 1,000-page, multi-language publication) including a rich variety of essays, literature, poetry, photography, cinema, paintings and songs. All texts are translated into English, with additional texts in French and Spanish, as well as oral examples of 30 indigenous languages. Also included are feature film extracts portraying aspects of contemporary life in indigenous communities. In addition, the CD-ROM presents different joint-activities and partnerships carried out by indigenous peoples, museums and researchers, making use of all available media to transmit the knowledge of indigenous communities.

Editorial Team: Division of Cultural Policies and Intercultural Dialogue (UNESCO), Barbara Glowczewski (Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Sociale CNRS, France), Laurence Pourchez (MNHN, CNRS, France), Joëlle Rostkowski (EHESS and UNESCO Consultant, France) and John Stanton (Berndt Museum of Anthropology, University of Western Australia.
Conception, design, graphics and development: Hervé Pourchez (for Vidéosolutions)

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