World Heritage and Human Rights: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific and global arena

World Heritage and Human Rights: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific and global arena

by Peter Bille Larsen (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138224223
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 11/28/2017
Pages: 348
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Peter Bille Larsen lectures in Anthropology, International Governance, Heritage Studies and Development Studies at the University of Lucerne, Switzerland. He has a strong interest in the intersection between conservation and social equity, including work in the fields of indigenous rights, World Heritage policy, human rights, as well as the anthropology of international politics.

Table of Contents

Introduction: World Heritage and Human Rights in the Asia Pacific and Global Arena

Peter Bille Larsen

Part I: Case Studies

2. The World Heritage Committee and Human Rights: Learning from Event Ethnography

Peter Bille Larsen and Kristal Buckley

3. World Heritage and Human Rights in Australia: from K’gari/Fraser Island to National Processes

Ian Lilley, Kristal Buckley and Helena Kajlich

4. Sambor Prei Kuk: Demarcating the Relationship between Religion and Cultural Heritage as Human Rights in Cambodia

Jonathan Liljeblad

5. Empowerment and Human Rights: Comparing Two Cultural Heritage Cases in Xi’an, China

Harald Høyem

6. World Heritage and Rights in Malaysia: A Case Study of Kinabalu Park World Heritage Site, Sabah

Amran Hamzah

7. Cultural and Participation Rights in Bagan, Myanmar

Anne Laura Kraak

8. Local Rights in World Heritage Sites: Learning from Post-Earthquake Rehabilitation Dynamics in the Kathmandu Valley

Sudarshan Raj Tiwari, Pranita Shrestha and Hans Christie Bjønness

9. Vigan: World Heritage as a ‘Tool for Development’?

Sara Dürr, Malot Ingel and Bettina Beer

10. World Heritage and Ethnic Minority Rights in Phong Nha Ke Bang, Vietnam: Cosmopolitan Assemblages in Neoliberal Times

Peter Bille Larsen

Part II: Legal Reviews

11. The Inter-relationship of the World Heritage Convention and International Human Rights Law: A Preliminary Assessment and Outlook

Alexander H. E. Morawa and Gabriel Zalazar

12. Legal Frameworks for World Heritage and Human Rights in Australia

Ben Boer and Stefan Gruber

13. The World Heritage Convention and Human Rights in Nepal: A Review of Legal Norms and Practices

Bipin Adhikari

14. World Heritage and Human Rights Policy and Legislation in the Philippines

Lucille Karen E. Malilong and Mary Grace Ellen S. Villanueva

15. World Heritage and Human Rights Policy in Vietnam: A Legal Review

Nguyen Linh Giang

Part III: Conclusions

16. (Re)structuring Rights and World Heritage Dynamics and Looking Towards the Future

Peter Bille Larsen


17. Caux Call for Action on Rights-Based Approaches in World Heritage

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