Avec la participation de Céline Guédan et Pierre-Alain Collot, maîtres de conférences de droit public à l'INU Champollion (GREJA)
In the leadup to the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the World Heritage Convention and 20th anniversary of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention, the UNESCO Chair on International Law and Cultural Heritage with partners from the 4Universities Consortium on Cultural Heritage Law (UTS, Renmin School, Toulouse School, and Kent Law Schools) is hosting a series of events on the theme of Heritage and Sustainability.
The international conference is a unique opportunity to review and reflect on the formulation and operation of international, regional, and national laws on cultural heritage law and sustainable development, through the research of leading scholars from the Asia Pacific and Europe.
This one-day event has dedicated panels on the following themes:
- First nations’ people, culture, and sustainable development
- Cultural heritage and sustainable development
- Cultural heritage, sustainability, and human rights
- Cultural heritage, sustainability, and peace.
This hybrid event is open to participants via zoom, with prior registration required.