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Report on the ‘Sega Tambour Chagos’ to be submitted to UNESCO

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The Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage will soon submit the Biennial Report on the status of ‘Sega Tambour Chagos’ to UNESCO – it has been prepared by the National Heritage Fund in collaboration with the Chagossian community.

Following the inscription of ‘Sega Tambour Chagos’ in 2019, the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage requested Mauritius to submit, for the next four years after inscription, biennial reports on the results of the measures taken to ensure the safeguarding of this element and to highlight participation of the community.

The first Biennial Report is now due for submission to UNESCO for its examination by the UNESCO Intergovernmental Committee at its seventeenth session to be held in November/December 2022.

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