UNESCO: ‘Consulting the responsible authorities’ about alleged mismanagement of historic sites

January 28, 2014

NEWS FROM CELTIC LEAGUE The Kernow Branch of the Celtic League has taken their concerns about the alleged mismanagement of an historic site in Cornwall to a United Nations (UN) organisation, as part of a long running campaign. The branch have been working

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UNESCO: Status of Celtic Languages Outlined By Atlas

December 15, 2010

The status of the Cornish was reclassified last week by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), who recognised that the language was not `extinct’, but ‘critically endangered’. Last Wednesday (8th Dember2010) the most recent edition of the Atlas of World

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UNESCO: Manx Government Hypocricy

May 26, 2010

The Manx National Heritage initiative to seek United Nations World Heritage List status for key sites on the Isle of Man, such as the ancient Tynwald Hill site and the historically significant Laxey valley is to be applauded. However, the decision of the

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