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Title The UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions : explanatory notes / Sabine von Schorlemer, Peter-Tobias Stoll, editors.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2012.

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Subject Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005 October 20)
Multiculturalism -- Law and legislation.
Cultural policy -- Standards.
Alt Name Schorlemer, Sabine von.
Stoll, Peter-Tobias.
Uniform Title Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (2005 October 20)
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 778 pages)
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Contents Part 1. Preamble -- Preamble / Peter-Tobias Stoll, Sven Miling and Johannes Jurging -- Introduction / Sabine von Schorlemer -- Part 2. Objectives and Guiding Principles -- Article 1: Objectives / Michael Hahn -- Article 2: Guiding Principles / Toshiyuki Kono -- Part 3. Scope of Application -- Article 3: Scope of Application / Sabine von Schorlemer -- Part 4. Definitions -- Article 4: Definitions / Nina Obuljen -- Part 5. Rights and Obligations of Parties -- Article 5: General Rule Regarding Rights and Obligations / Jukka Liedes and Kimmo Aulake -- Article 6: Rights of Parties at the National Level / Ivan Bernier -- Article 7: Measures to Promote Cultural Expressions / Sven Miling and Bernd M. Scherer -- Article 8: Measures to Protect Cultural Expressions / Lilian Richieri Hanania and Helene Ruiz Fabri -- Article 9: Information Sharing and Transparency / Christine M. Merkel -- Article 10: Education and Public Awareness / Martin Gerner -- Article 11: Participation of Civil Society / Christine M. Merkel.
Article 12: Promotion of International Cooperation / Robert Palmer and Kathrin Merkle -- Article 13: Integration of Culture in Sustainable Development / David Throsby -- Article 14: Cooperation for Development / Edna dos Santos-Duisenberg -- Article 15: Collaborative Arrangements / Jens Kare Rasmussen and Laura Gomez Bustos -- Article 16: Preferential Treatment for Developing Countries / Xavier Troussard, Valerie Panis-Cendrowicz and Julien Guerrier -- Article 17: International Cooperation in Situations of Serious Threat to Cultural Expressions / Lilian Richieri Hanania and Helene Ruiz Fabri -- Article 18: International Fund for Cultural Diversity / Roland Bernecker -- Article 19: Exchange, Analysis and Dissemination of Information / Christine M. Merkel -- Part 6. Relationship to Other Instruments -- Article 20: Relationship to Other Treaties: Mutual Supportiveness, Complementarity and Non-Subordination / Peter-Tobias Stoll -- Article 21: International Consultation and Coordination / Peter-Tobias Stoll.
Part 7. Organs of the Convention -- Article 22: Conference of Parties / Sylvia Maus -- Article 23: Intergovernmental Committee / Roland Bernecker -- Article 24: UNESCO Secretariat / Anna Steinkamp -- Part 8. Final Clauses -- Article 25: Settlement of Disputes / Ivan Bernier -- Article 26: Ratification, Acceptance, Approval or Accession by Member States / Tina Roeder -- Article 27: Accession / Anja Eikermann and Johannes Jurging -- Article 28: Point of Contact / Christine M. Merkel -- Article 29: Entry into Force / Johannes Jurging and Anja Eikermann -- Article 30: Federal or Non-Unitary Constitutional Systems / Andrea F.G. Rascher and David Vitali -- Article 31: Denunciation / Heidrun Gro -- Article 32: Depository Functions / Heidrun Gro -- Article 33: Amendments / Tina Roeder -- Article 34: Authoritative Texts / Anna Steinkamp -- Article 35: Registration / Tina Roeder -- Annex / Conciliation Procedure / Sabine von Schorlemer and Peter-Tobias Stoll -- Conclusions: Perspectives and Challenges for the Convention / Garry Neil.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary The 2005 UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity is a landmark agreement in modern international law of culture. It reflects the diverse and pluralist understanding of culture, as well as its growing commercial dimension. Thirty diplomats, practitioners and academics explain and assess this important agreement in a commentary style. Article by article, the evolution, concepts, contents and implications of the Convention are analysed in depth and are complemented by valuable recommendations for implementation. In an unprecedented way, the book draws on the first-hand insights of negotiators and on the experience of practitioners in implementation, including international cooperation, and combines this with a good deal of critical academic reflection. It is a valuable guide for those who deal with the Convention and its implementation in governments, diplomacy, international organizations, cultural institutions and non-governmental organizations and will also serve as an important resource for academic work in such fields as international law and international relations.
ISBN 9783642259951 (electronic bk.)
3642259952 (electronic bk.)
3642259944 (print)
9783642259944 (print)
9783642259944
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-642-25995-1
9786613708663
OCLC # 794505438
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783642259944


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