Culture Minister Shaikha Mai bint Mohammed Al-Khalifa, former chairperson of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, launched the book on June 23, 2100 at the Paris-based UNESCO.
What does WHC stand for?
WHC stands for World Heritage Committee
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- Windsor Heritage Committee (Windsor, ON, Canada)
- Woman Haters Club
- Women's Health Clinic
- World Haiku Club (est. 1998)
- World Handwriting Contest
- World Haptics Conference
- World Harvest Church (various locations)
- World Health Clinicians, Inc. (Norwalk, CT)
- World Heavyweight Championship
- World Heritage Centre
- World Heritage Convention
- World Hindu Council
- World History and Civilization (education)
- Wyoming Health Council
- War Hazards Compensation Act
- Washington Hancock Community Agency (Maine)
- Washington Health Care Association (Tumwater, WA)
- White House Communications Agency
- White House Conference on Aging
- White House Correspondents' Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISLAMABAD -- The World Heritage Committee of UNESCO has recognized the success of Pakistan along with Philippines, in improving the conservation of sites that had been inscribed on the List of World Heritage in Danger.
The decision of the World Heritage Committee was a historic moment for the Philippines," Ambassador Cristina Ortega, a permanent delegate to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) said in a TV interview.
Petersburg, June 25 (ONA) --- The Sultanate, represented by the Regional Municipalities and Water Resources Ministry is currently taking part in the 36th session of the World Heritage Committee in the city of Petersburg in the Russian Federation.
It intends asking its World Heritage Committee to request the Government to put a stop to the development until its potential impact has been assessed.
Citing the findings of a mission to the world's largest living structure in March, United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) recommended that "in the absence of substantial progress" its World Heritage Committee consider listing the site as "at risk" in February next year.
She said the decision taken by the World Heritage Committee in its 33rd Session (Seville, 2009) with respect to non-inscription of extension of archaeological Ruins at Mohenjo-Daro, to include Mehrgarh, Rehman Dried and Harrapa as an extension to the Indus Valley civilization is purely on technical reason.
The Unesco's world heritage committee said the submitted documents didn't carry a list of the Vaishnavite monasteries called " sattras ", some built during the time of Assam's 16th- century saint- philosopher Shankardev, which were singular and needed to be protected.