CCCPET partners with UNESCO-Philippines, University of Lucerne in roundtable discussion on heritage and human rights

The UST Graduate School – Center for Conservation of Cultural Property and Environment in the Tropics in cooperation with UNESCO National Commission of the Philippines and University of Lucerne conducted the Round Table Discussion on the research “Understanding the Rights Practices in the World Heritage System: Lessons from the Asia-Pacific. The discussion was held in TARC Board Room, Thomas Aquinas Research Complex, University of Santo Tomas on April 11, 2016.

The research is a two-year study which aimed to identify the major factors that shape, prevent, enhance the implementation of right-based approaches in the World Heritage system in general, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region to craft the building block for informed policy discussions on human rights and World Heritage at national, regional and global levels.

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