« The protection of cultural heritage has long been understood as the province primarily of international law, but this workshop will highlight the place of municipal or local law in the discourse, exploring continuities and discontinuities with international law. Do international law and municipal law draw on each other’s strengths? Do they complement each other in terms of their shortcomings? Do they connect, or are they disconnected, in practice? While international law is addressed to nations, local governance is highly relevant to the protection of cultural heritage, and yet sometimes working in silos from other cities, provinces or states, as well as national governments. »
Cet atelier est organisé par la American Society of International Law’s Cultural Heritage and the Arts Interest
Group (CHAIG) et la Fordham University School of Law’s Urban Law Center, avec la collaboration de la Société québécoise de droit international (SQDI).
Quand? le vendredi 5 avril 2019 de 9h00 à 17h00
Où? Fordham University’s School of Law, salle 7-119 (New York)
Consultez le programme de la journée ici.