THE United Nations has paid Scotland’s Gaelic tongue a huge compliment by adding some of the earliest manuscripts in the language to the Unesco Memory of the World Register.. The National Library of Scotland (NLS) announced yesterday that its renowned collection of early Gaelic manuscripts will go on the register – which aims to preserve the world’s most important documents. The Memory of the World Register is a compendium of documents, manuscripts, oral traditions, audio-visual materials, library, and archival holdings of universal value. UNESCO Memory of the World Aotearoa New Zealand Trust. Safeguarding the memory of the world now and into the future provides universal access to our artistic, cultural, economic, geographic, linguistic, political, scientific, spiritual and identity-based heritage. Subscribe UNESCO » Communication and Information » Memory of the World » Register » Full list of Registered Heritage » Manuscript of al- Zahrāwīsu Memory of the World Homepage The Ministry of Heritage and Culture has formed a national team to follow up the work of the Memory of the World Register to work on the nomination of suitable works according to the technical and historical standards of the Unesco. The secretariat is based at the Strategic Planning and International Relations Division Furthermore, the Austrian UNESCO Commission has also been keeping a national list entitled “Memory of Austria”, where the ANL ist represented with currently 16 nominations. However, priority will be given to nominations made by or through the relevant regional or national Memory of the World committee, where one exists, or failing that, through the relevant UNESCO National Commission. Azerbaijani manuscript will be included in UNESCO's World Memory Register. 11A Adams St, Waihi 3610. [email protected]
Nominations for the Register may be submitted by any person or organization, including governments and NGOs. The inclusion was discussed during working meetings between the Institute of Manuscripts and UNESCO. The Miroslav Gospels are also one of the most beautiful manuscript books in the world, whose global importance has been affirmed by its inclusion in 2005 in the UNESCO Memory of the World register which currently comprises only 120 documents of exceptional and universal importance. UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme showcases the most significant documents of our heritage. Malaysian National Commission for UNESCO (MNCU) was established by the Government of Malaysia in 1966 under the purview of the Ministry of Education. The book is the tenth item that has been inscribed UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register list. Recognised on the UK UNESCO Memory of the World Register are some of the milestone documents relating to the development of these rights. The manuscript showed close marine relations between many countries. Memory of the World Programme background. This includes the Magna Carta issued in 1215 which limited the divine right of kings, through to the Bill of Rights in 1689 which effectively made the UK’s political system what it is today. UNESCO’s Memory of the World Programme: There are 8 nominations by the Austrian National Library among the currently 427 entries in the world register.