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Cultural heritage and human rights

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Published by Springer in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural property -- Protection.,
  • Human rights.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementeditors Helaine Silverman and D. Fairchild Ruggles.
    ContributionsSilverman, Helaine., Ruggles, D. Fairchild.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC135 .C82 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 205 p. :
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19286716M
    ISBN 109780387713120, 9780387713137
    LC Control Number2007926251


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Vol. 1: Discovery and Vol. 1: Discovery and Excavation (London, Butterworths ) Chapter 8 considers both the role that cultural heritage plays in ensuring human rights, and the human rights dimension of cultural heritage protection. Some key notions that link cultural heritage with human rights (eg cultural diversity, individual and group identities, human dignity, and indigenous heritage) are introduced and the potential for exclusion from and deliberate.

Cultural rights and the protection of cultural heritage. On 6 Octoberthe Human Rights Council adopted unanimously a resolution calling upon all States to respect, promote and protect the right of everyone to take part in cultural life, including the ability to access and enjoy cultural heritage, and to take relevant actions to achieve this.

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VRDOLJAK, Ana Filipa, Human rights and cultural heritage in international law, in Federico LENZERINI and Ana Filipa VRDOLJAK (eds), International law for common goods: normative perspectives on human rights, culture and nature, Oxford: Hart Publishing,Studies in international law, Vol.

50, pp. Author: Ana Filipa Vrdoljak. title = "Cultural Heritage and Human Rights", abstract = "In today's world, there seems to be no corner of the world that has not been affected by globalization - for good and for bad.

While the world becomes more hegemonized socially and culturally, local communities are fighting to preserve their way of life as part of their by: Cultural Heritage, Cultural Rights, Cultural Diversity: New Developments in International Law explores the recent evolution of cultural heritage law which has resulted in the emergence of a new international conscience, rooted in the awareness that cultural heritage represents a holistic notion strongly connected with the identity of peoples as well with individual and collective human rights.

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17 Cultural heritage rights – be they moral and/or legal – are rarely human rights, but there are exceptions. So, while it is absurd to view the right to have free or affordable access to French cinema as a human right, if there is a right to wear a burka (be it for religious or cultural reasons), this will be a human : Constantine Sandis.

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While there is a considerable literature dealing separately with cultural diversity, cultural heritage and human rights, this book is distinctive and has 4/5(3).

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Viewed from a human rights perspective, it is important not only in itself, but also in relation to its human dimension,” Karima Bennoune says. As UN Special Rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, she decided to address the intentional destruction of cultural. While there is a considerable literature dealing separately with cultural diversity, cultural heritage and human rights, this book is distinctive and.

The Independent Expert’s annual report to the Human Rights Council, to be presented in Junewill be devoted to the issue of “Access to cultural heritage as a human right”.

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Abstract. This chapter examines whether a ‘Right to Cultural Heritage’ framed as a human right pertaining to individuals does exist and, if yes, in which terms, under the system of the case law of the two international courts currently dealing with human rights matters in the EU, i.e.

the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the European Court of Justice (ecj). "Cultural Heritage and the Collective Dimension of Cultural Rights in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights" published on 01 Jan by Brill | : Andrzej Jakubowski.

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Indigenous rights to heritage have only recently become the subject of academic scholarship. This collection aims to fill that gap by offering the fruits of a unique conference on this topic organised by the University of Lapland with the help of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

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