Forever Young: Celebrating 50 Years of the World Heritage Convention

Elisa Baroncini (Editor), Bert Demarsin (Editor), Ana Gemma López Martín (Editor), Raquel Regueiro Dubra (Editor), Ruxandra-Iulia Stoica (Editor)

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This open access publication gathers young and senior scholars of the Una Europa Universities to celebrate the first fifty years of the UNESCO 1972 World Heritage Convention (WHC). Financed as a Seed Funding grant of the Una Europa Alliance, the WHC@50 project offers an interdisciplinary analysis of the WHC, the jewel of the UNESCO Conventions. By introducing the (r)evolutionary concept of World Heritage, involving the International Community as a whole in the preservation, valorization and transmission to future generations of cultural and natural sites and landscapes of outstanding universal value, the WHC is indeed one of the major treaty instruments of our age. The editors therefore hope, through the final results of the WHC@50 research cooperation activity, to contribute to the dissemination of the WHC knowledge, attracting the attention of academics, politicians, experts, officials and civil society, and contributing to the debate for strengthening the 1972 UNESCO Convention, suggesting solutions to overcome the problematic aspects of its implementation and activities.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationModena
PublisherMucchi Editore
Number of pages905
ISBN (Electronic)9788870009644
ISBN (Print)9788870009644
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Publication series

NameUn'anima per il diritto: andare più in alto
PublisherMucchi Editore
No.6
ISSN (Print)2724-4660
ISSN (Electronic)2724-4660

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