The Cultural Property Advisory Committee will meet July 23-24, 2019, to review a proposal to extend the cultural property agreement with El Salvador. Additionally, El Salvador has indicated its concern regarding the pillage of ecclesiastical ethnological material beginning in the Colonial Period.
To Participate in the Virtual Open Session
Click the link below to join the webinar:
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The virtual open session of the Committee meeting will be held on July 23 from 1:30 pm to approximately 2:30 pm EDT using Zoom, a web conferencing service. Anyone may attend and/or participate. If you are new to Zoom, these tips will help you get started. If needed, please request reasonable accommodation not later than July 8 by contacting the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at email@example.com. Requests made after that date will be considered, but it may not be possible to fulfill them.
You do not have to submit written comments to make an oral comment in the open session. If you wish to participate in the open session at the meeting, you must request to be scheduled by July 17, 2019, via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to be guaranteed a slot. Please submit your name and organizational affiliation in this request. After you pre-register, you will be provided with instructions on how to participate.
The open session will start with a brief presentation by the Committee, after which participants should be prepared to answer questions on any written statements they may have submitted. Finally, participants may provide additional oral comments for up to five (5) minutes per participant. Due to time constraints, it may not be possible to accommodate all who wish to speak.
It is not necessary to pre-register. The webinar will include a chat space for conversation among observers. The chat space will not be monitored by the Committee and will not be incorporated into the record of the meeting.
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