© Peter Larsen 2016
Peter Larsen, coordinator of the research project, recently took part in a dialogue involving action planning on sustainable development in the World Heritage context. Invited by the German Ministry of Environment and the advisory bodies, the meeting took place on the island of Vilm, Germany. Policy lessons from the SNIS research project were shared and helped inform discussion on future steps and action.
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The World Conservation Congress workshop on scaling-up rights in World Heritage offered a major opportunity to share project outcomes and facilitate a high-level global dialogue on next steps.
Workshop “Scaling-up Partnerships on Rights-based and Equitable World Heritage Conservation” at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawai’i.
Invitation scaling up rights World Heritage WCC 2016
The researchers involved in this project have written research and policy briefs. Each country team produced three briefs: a case study brief; a workshop/roundtable discussion brief; a legal brief. The briefs can be accessed and downloaded here.
The SNIS research project will be presented and discussed at a side event at the World Heritage Committee in Istanbul. The side event focuses on rights-based approaches (RBA) in the sustainable development policy.
More information: Flyer Side Event WHC Istanbul 2016
The science policy dialogue organised by the project with the participation of researchers, heritage and human rights practitioners generated substantial discussions and a call for action to strengthen equitable approaches to rights in World Heritage processes. The call for action can be accessed here:
Caux Call for Action English: Caux_english
Caux Appel à l’action Français: Caux_french
SUMMARY of Australian Roundtable on Rights-Based Approaches to Heritage Management: Australian Roundtable Summary
The science policy dialogue organised by the project with the participation of researchers, heritage and human rights practitioners generated substantial discussions and a call for action to strengthen equitable approaches to rights in World Heritage processes. The workshop report and call for action can be accessed here: Caux Call For Action & Workshop Report
© Peter Larsen 2015
Lecturer Peter Larsen joined the Vietnamese research team of the SNIS project on World Heritage and rights to co-host the first national workshop on the topic in Vietnam together with the UNESCO Hanoi office and our national partner, the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. With approximately 80 participants, the workshop was a landmark event to share preliminary research findings and spearhead new approaches.