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Legal Protection for Heritage Rights

Paul Kuruk

Legal Protection for Heritage Rights

Traditional Knowledge, Folklore & Genetic Resources

by Paul Kuruk

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Transnational Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business ethics,
  • General,
  • Law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12200682M
    ISBN 101571052690
    ISBN 109781571052698
    OCLC/WorldCa67020767

    This book explores the international (including regional) law currently governing the protection and safeguarding of cultural heritage in peacetime and related international cultural policy-making. Its scope, therefore, is not limited to the international law per se and an important aspect of this publication is the emphasis placed on broader policy and other contexts within which, and in. About Heritage Legal Protection. Heritage Legal Protection, Inc. provides affordable and reliable legal expense insurance so that you can focus on what matters and worry about one less thing. We know that the process of hiring a lawyer can be expensive and frustrating.

    In Victoria, the main legislation in force today, along with the Acts which hand land back, provide for Indigenous heritage issues and cultural and property rights, ie the Aboriginal Heritage Act and the Traditional Owner Settlement Act The Adoption Act and Children, Youth and Families Act include sections relating to Aboriginal people, whilst the Magistrates' Court Author: Jane Miller. Legal Protection of Indigenous Knowledge in Australia Supplementary Paper 1 Terri Janke and Company: Lawyers and Consultants 7 some limits - obligations to clan groups and compliance with cultural protocols may not be able to be negotiated in licensing rights to third Size: KB.

    This chapter discusses the protection of cultural heritage by humanitarian law (IHL), international human rights law (IHRL), and international criminal law (ICL). First, it outlines the exceptional treatment of cultural heritage in general international humanitarian law instruments including those covering non-international armed conflicts, and its overlap with international human rights law.   Recent developments in the field of human rights offer different ways of thinking, including different legal tools which should help individuals, groups and communities to reshape cultural heritage protection into cultural practice and thus help tackle the current divide.


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'Traversing the destruction of mausoleums in Timbuktu to war crimes trial by the International Criminal Court, Heritage, Culture and Rights explores the crucial links between human rights and the protection of cultural heritage. The essays are accessible to all viewing the destruction of cultural heritage as a breach of human dignity and : Hardcover.

Heritage protection for the twenty-first century is clearly an issue that raises a number of questions – regarding the very concept of cultural heritage, and how the law embraces that concept and sets its boundaries; regarding the fundamental purpose – to preserve and pass on – implied by the word ‘heritage’; regarding the multiple legal environments at the regional, national and Author: Marie Cornu.

Dr Janet Blake, Associate Professor in Law, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran 'Traversing the destruction of mausoleums in Timbuktu to war crimes trial by the International Criminal Court, Heritage, Culture and Rights explores the crucial links between human rights and the protection of cultural heritage.

The essays are accessible to all viewing the destruction of cultural heritage as a breach of. Legal protection as well as possible of heritage rights of outside children after decision of the constitutional court number 46/ PUU-VIII/ Author(s): Leonardo Jati Kusuma Wardoyo, Dr.

Yudho Taruno Muryanto SH M : Leonardo Jati Kusuma Wardoyo, Yudho Taruno Muryanto Sh M Hum. The world’s cultural heritage is under threat from war, illicit trafficking, social and economic upheaval, unregulated excavation and neglect. Over a period of almost fifty years, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation has adopted five international conventions that attempt to protect this cultural heritage.

This book comprehensively and critically considers Reviews: 1. This study provides an overview of the main developments in the legal pro­tection of cultural heritage in international law since the s.

This includes a discussion of the cultural rights which are reflected in the protection of cultural heritage, and more in particular in the protection of the right of read more access to the cultural Author: L.P.C. Belder. Although the European Court of Human Rights has never recognised the right to the protection of cultural and natural heritage as such, it has accepted that the protection of that heritage is a legitimate aim that the State may pursue when interfering with individual rights, especially with the right to property enshrined in Article 1 of Protocol No.

ON PROTECTION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Subject of regulation Article 1 This Law shall specify the types, categories, identification, manners of settling under protection and other instruments of the cultural heritage protection, the regime of protection and use of cultural heritage, rights and obligations of holders and limitations of the property right on the cultural heritage.

his book on legal frameworks on immovable cultural heritage in English-speaking sub-Saharan Africa is an attempt to document and analyse the existing legal frameworks in the English- speaking African countries, addressing the history, development and contexts in which they were.

Through the doctrine of authors’ “moral rights,” copyright law may provide an alternative legal approach to the protection of cultural heritage.5 Moral rights are a device for protecting the noneconomic interests of creative authors in their work.

While copyright generally protects the economic rights Author: MT Sundara Rajan. Cultural heritage thus defined is protected by various legal regimes, including the law of armed conflicts, UNESCO Conventions and international criminal law.

With a view to strengthening international protection, the authors analyze existing regimes and elaborate innovative concepts, such as blue helmets of culture and safe havens for endangered cultural heritage.

The fourth edition continues the tradition of the earlier editions in focusing on the meaning of the art works and cultural objects that are at the heart of an increasing number of legal disputes. This book addresses artists rights (freedom of expression, copyright, and moral rights), the functioning of the art market (dealers and auction houses, warranties of quality and authenticity, transfer of title and recovery of 5/5(1).

Cultural heritage protection as a global problem. However, these developments need not suggest that international legal protection of cultural heritage is a lost cause.

On the contrary: there are a number of situations in which some degree of international involvement in the protection of cultural heritage. Human Rights and Heritage Ethics. Heritage Protection.” This book provides a much-needed assessment of the issues relating to community governance.

Drawing together insights from Author: Lynn Meskell. The protection of cultural rights may indir ectly protect human rights more widely and more generally. - Protecting cultural property and cultural heritage may also concomitantly protect.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of the development of international cultural heritage law and policy since It sets out the international (including regional) law currently governing the protection and safeguarding of cultural heritage in peace.

The more certain the legal protection of property, the higher a country’s score; similarly, the greater the chances of government expropriation of property, the lower a country’s score.

"This book grew out of a workshop, Heritage, Culture and Rights: Challenging Discourses, which we convened under the auspices of the Australian Human Rights Centre at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney and the Association of Critical Heritage Studies, with financial and infrastructure support from UNSW Law and a grant from the.

Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, the first volume in the Cultural Heritage in a Globalized World series, use these issues and questions to contemplate cultural heritage and human rights. The cases presented are world-wide with their implications presented on a global level.

The term “cultural heritage” was introduced by UNESCO legislation in Cultural heritage or cultural property law (the terms are used interchangeably) regulates and protects culturally significant sites, objects, etc.

UNESCO defines the term cultural heritage in several different ways:Author: Elizabeth Wells. 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.Palestinian Tangible Heritage Law [Arabic] Albania Law No.

27/ on Cultural Heritage and Museums [English] Italy; D.M. 23 gennaion. 44 “Riorganizzazione del Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo ai sensi dell’articolo 1, commadella legge 28 dicembren. ” [Italian] United States.Welcome to the most comprehensive online guide to heritage protection in England.

This is a guide to the law, policy and guidance that protects the heritage of our listed buildings, conservation areas, scheduled monuments, registered parks, gardens and battlefields, ship and other protected wreck sites, World Heritage Sites, non-designated archaeological sites, local listed buildings and other.