What is Cultural Heritage Law? | Dr Sophie Vigneron | Think Kent

What is Cultural Heritage Law? | Dr Sophie Vigneron | Think Kent

I am Dr Sophie Vigneron, Senior Lecturer at the Kent Law School and Co-director of the Centre for Heritage at Kent. I’m going to present my research on cultural heritage law. I would like first to discuss the notion of heritage or what is heritage, then I will briefly introduce cultural heritage law and finally […]

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City of Literature (2012)

The following program was produced by The University of Iowa with support from State Historical Society, Inc., Humanities Iowa and the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Iowa Arts Council. I thought, Iowa City, I’m not going to drive out there. That is the wild. It just seemed a little desolate to me compared […]

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Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Our antiquities define our identity One we pride ourselves on Sadly these antiquities are facing great dangers They’re being unearthed stolen looted smuggled and trafficked Antiquities and their values cannot be priced Our heritage is not for sale

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NATO and Libya – Cultural heritage in times of unrest (Part 2/2)

NATO and Libya – Cultural heritage in times of unrest (Part 2/2)

NATO’s mission in Libya ended last month, completing one of the most successful air campaigns in the history of the alliance. The campaign was also successfully carried out without any serious damage to Libya’s ancient heritage sites. Karl Von Habsburg, President of the ‘Blue Shield Committee’ in Austria and Dr Joris Kila, teacher at the […]

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Mexico is CULTURALLY RICHER than the United States

Mexico is CULTURALLY RICHER than the United States

[Music] well hello to Mexico friends this is Paul an English guy showing you Mexico through my eyes and today guys I’m going to talk about how and why Mexico is culturally richer than the United States and I’m making this video for a few reasons firstly Mexico’s rich culture and traditions is something to […]

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Metz – Pretty escape in a city of character – LUXE.TV

Metz – Pretty escape in a city of character – LUXE.TV

There is a city, like Rome, that wasn’t built in a day. This French city, that we find in the north east of the hexagon, has been enriched over time with influences and imprints left by countries with which it shares its borders, notably Germany. From the settling of farmers and ranchers between 2,500 and […]

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UNESCO envoy highlights importance of partnerships in conflict resolution

UNESCO envoy highlights importance of partnerships in conflict resolution

Partnerships – because this is all about bring people together. It is about partnerships, coming together to be able to solve the problems. And once people see that it is happening – then even with their enemies – they can start to see the process. I think it was Mandela who said something about making […]

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