Underwater Cultural (Archaeological) Heritage

POND ISLAND – The Minister of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport (ECYS) Silveria Jacobs would hereby like to inform the General public of the following. Underwater Cultural (Archaeological) Heritage is considered to be all traces of human existence having a cultural, historical or archaeological character which have been partially or totally under water, periodically or.. read more →

St Maarten Moves in to High Gear with Phase Two of its Intangible Cultural Heritage Field Inventorying Exercise   ©Sint Maarten National Commission for UNESCO During the months of March and April 2017, the Sint Maarten National Commission for UNESCO executed another intangible cultural heritage (ICH) field inventorying exercise targeting its high school students.  The objectives of.. read more →

St. Maarten embraces the SDG 2030 Development Agenda

  St. Maarten continues to embrace the SDG 2030 Development Agenda and remains committed to achieving these by the time the target date arrives. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), known as the Global Goals, are a universal effort to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that people worldwide enjoy peace and prosperity. These are different.. read more →