3 edition of Existing legislative protection of the cultural and natural heritage of the Pacific region found in the catalog.
Existing legislative protection of the cultural and natural heritage of the Pacific region
Patrick J. O"Keefe
|Statement||Patrick J. O"Keefe and Lyndel V. Prott.|
|Contributions||Prott, Lyndel V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||83212625|
Get this from a library! Traditional knowledge, traditional cultural expressions, and intellectual property law in the Asia-Pacific region. [Christoph Antons;] -- "Among the many contentious matters thrown up by the relentless march of economic globalization, those forms of knowledge variously known as indigenous or traditional; remain seriously threatened. History. The history of the protection of cultural property in its current form began with the massive destruction of cultural property during the Second World the UN was founded in , the UNESCO was established as one of the 17 special agencies of the United Nations dealing with questions relating to education, science and culture. Even today, it continues to be the 'mother. Pacific Arts & Cultural Heritage Inc. 2, likes 11 talking about this. Our aim is to preserve Pacific Cultures & Languages by nurturing & promoting Pacific cultural ers: K. THE WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION: AN OVERVIEW The World Heritage Convention, whose full title is "The Conve*,tion Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage," was adopted by UNESCO in The Convention today has countries that are party to it.
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Digital Antiquity extends our knowledge of the human past and improves the management of our cultural heritage by permanently preserving digital archaeological data and supporting their discovery, access, and reuse.
The University of Queensland's institutional Existing legislative protection of the cultural and natural heritage of the Pacific region book, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly research.
Existing Legislative Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Pacific RegionCited by: 1. Existing Legislative Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Pacific Region. Patrick J. O'Keefe, Lyndel V. Prott. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections National Archeological Database (NADB)Cited by: 1.
Existing Legislative Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Pacific Region By Lyndel Prott and Patrick O\u27Keefe Publisher: UNESCO PublishingAuthor: Lyndel Prott and Patrick O\u27Keefe. Cultural Identity and Ethnicity in the Pacific. Jocelyn Linnekin, Lin Poyer. University of Hawaii Press, Puluwat which explains why Puluwat had the power in those days to travel between the islands and was entrusted to their protection.
Selected pages. The Politics of Culture in the Pacific. Legitimation Crisis in Vanuatu. Reviews: 1. The Appeal to the World Heritage Committee from Pacific Island State Parties, also known as the “Pacific Appeal”, was developed by Pacific delegates at the February Pacific World Heritage workshop held at Waitetoko Marae (Tongariro) in New Size: KB.
Next steps. Pacific member states that took part in the Meeting on the Pacific World Heritage Action Plan held in Suva in identified PHH project as the top priority at regional level. PHH intends to redouble its efforts to raise additional funding and strengthen partnership in order to ensure implementation of the new Action Plan.
Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, adopted almost twenty years later () complemented The Hague Convention by establishing a strong conservation and monitoring framework for a select number of properties of outstanding universal value.
The General Assembly, through its resolutions. Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, adopted almost twenty years later () complemented The Hague Convention by establishing a Existing legislative protection of the cultural and natural heritage of the Pacific region book conservation and monitoring framework for a select number of properties of outstanding universal Size: KB.
Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage heritage referred to in Articles 1 and 2 and situated on its territory, belongs primarily Existing legislative protection of the cultural and natural heritage of the Pacific region book that State.
It will do all it can to this end, to the utmost of its own resources and, where appropriate, with anyFile Size: 1MB.
Existing Legislative Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Pacific Region. In UNESCO Doc CLT/83/WS/16 1st ed. (pp.
1 - ) Paris: UNESCO Publishing. International assistance, co-operation and protection of the national cultural heritage and 8. Initiating the non-governmental organisations and private initiatives to protection and use of the cultural heritage; (2) The protection of cultural heritage shall be File Size: KB.
For the purpose of this Convention, international protection of the world cultural and natural heritage shall be understood to mean the establishment of a system of international co- operation and assistance designed to support States Parties to the Convention in their efforts to conserve and identify that Size: 91KB.
on Cultural Heritage Protection in the Asia-Pacific Region Investigation, Preservation and Management of Archaeological Sites (4 September - 4 OctoberNara, Japan) General Information. By joining legal reviews, anthropology and practitioner experience through in-depth case studies, it shows the diversity of human rights issues in both natural and cultural heritage sites.
From site-designation to their conservation and management, the book explores the various rights issues and analyses the diverse social, cultural and legal. Lyndel Prott and Patrick O'Keefe ().
Existing Legislative Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Pacific Region. In UNESCO Doc CLT/83/WS/16 1st ed. (pp. 1 - ) Paris: UNESCO Publishing. Lyndel Prott and Patrick O'Keefe (). Conservation in some Countries of Asia and the Pacific Region Situation regarding the Protection of Natural and Cultural Heritage in relation to Area, Asia and the Pacific Region.
GEO SUMMARY The search for effective measures designed to arrest the degradation of en integrating and advancing existing. 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 book contains the proceedings of a five-day symposium in Septembersponsored by the U.S.
Information Agency, organized by US/ ICOMOS, and designed in consultation with the Getty Conservation Institute, that focused on conservation issues in Asia and the Pacific, with particular attention to policies and conditions specific to the region.
Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict ( and ) – embody principles and guidelines based on best practices for policy developments at country and regional levels.
Notable progress has been made in the World Heritage Convention (12 states parties) the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention (9 states parties). Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Paris, 16 November 1 States. A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area which is chosen by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as having cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance, and is legally protected by international ion: 20 ratifications.
The protection of cultural heritage is an important issue across the African continent, particularly in view of threats and challenges that include conflict, looting and illicit trafficking of cultural property, or the lack of awareness or resources. From East to West Africa, cultural actors, partners and stakeholders were mobilized to strengthen regional cooperation and joint.
Heritage List, which includes World Cultural treasures as well as Natural Monuments. Museums of all kinds provide protection for many cultural objects and artifacts, as do libraries and archives involving both state and private initiatives.
Planning legislation to permit industrial development, or public and private works should take into account existing legislation on conservation, The authorities responsible for the protection of the cultural and natural heritage might take steps to expedite the necessary conservation work, either by making financial assistance available to the.
The NTF currently protects a total of 14 heritage sites within the Fiji islands. Of these 14 sites, five are natural and four are cultural, while the remaining five are community conservation projects facilitated by the NTF.
The legislative mandate for the NTF lies with the. National Trust Act (Cap ) of. Intangible Cultural Heritage, Education and Museums Cultural Heritage in the Asia Pacific Region Protection of the World’s Cultural and Natural Heritage,and the.
Aim. The aim of this Act, subject to the authority of the Confederation under Article 78 paragraphs 2–5 of the Federal Constitution, is: 2 a. to carefully manage and protect heritage landscapes and sites of local character, historical sites, and the country’s natural and cultural monuments, and to promote their preservation and upkeep.
This paper examines a range of issues that are affecting the use of heritage and cultural resources in the Asia Pacific region as tourism resources. The temptation for communities to commercialize their heritage and culture as a means of tapping into the growing demand by the tourism industry for new attractions is by: OF THE WORLD CULTURAL AND NATURAL HERITAGE Article 8.
An Intergovernmental Committee for the Protection of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of Outstanding Universal Value, called "the World Heritage Committee", is hereby established within the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
A series of developments, legislation, reports and recommendations have been made in Australia over the last two decades, not only in intellectual property laws but across a range of land, heritage and environment issues.
To date there has, however, been little action to provide recognition and protection for Indigenous intellectual property. In the Pacific Region, regional action plans for tangible, natural and cultural heritage have been formulated through recently conducted regional consultative approaches.
The plans need funding and political will to be implemented and fully realized. CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC REGION THE PARTIES, FULLY AWARE of the economic and social value of the natural resources of the environment of the South Pacific Region; TAKING INTO ACCOUNT the traditions and cultures of the Pacific people as expressed in.
Cultural heritage: 1. Background building resilience to natural disasters common challenges and concerns. For example, they both require careful management by present genera- tions in order to assure access and enjoyment of these resources by future generations.
There is a di- stinction between the two: damage to natural re. Protection and Promotion of China's Intangible Cultural Heritage Heritage Protection in the Asia-Pacific Region was established in the China National Academy of Arts.
of the Protection. Cultural heritage and risks Risk preparedness for the protection of cultural heritage is a priority for our society. In the framework of the European Network for Scientific Co-operation, PACT1 (Sciences and Techniques for the Cultural Heritage) a working party on the protection of monuments and ancient buildings against seismic events was.
The book will appeal to both natural and cultural heritage professionals and human rights and heritage scholars, and will serve as a useful compendium for courses use allowing students to compare. Cultural Heritage in Asia and the Pacific: Conservation and Policy Proceedings of a Symposium held in Honolulu, Hawaii, September 8-I3, I99I Organized by the us.
Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites for the us. Information Agency with the cooperation of the Getty Conservation Institute Margaret G. Mac Lean, Editor. Get this from a library.
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An Act to protect Australia’s heritage of movable cultural objects, to support the protection by foreign countries of their heritage of movable cultural objects, and for related purposes. Part I — Preliminary 1 Short title [see Note 1] This Act may be cited as the Protection of Movable Cultural Heritage Act.
This book explores pdf objects, means and ends of international cultural heritage protection. It starts from a broad conception of cultural heritage that encompasses both tangible property, such as museum objects or buildings, and intangible heritage, such as .Laws.
Antiquities Act ofdownload pdf amended (PL ; 34 Stat. ; 16 USC ) is the earliest and most basic legislation for protecting cultural resources on Federal provides misdemeanor-level criminal penalties to control unauthorized uses.
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