World Heritage and Sustainable Development: New Directions in World Heritage Management [Mīkstie vāki]

Edited by (University of Lucerne, Switzerland), Edited by (Deakin University, Australia)
  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 294 pages, height x width: 235x159 mm, weight: 590 g, 7 Tables, black and white; 30 Illustrations, black and white
  • Sērija : Key Issues in Cultural Heritage
  • Izdošanas datums: 09-Jul-2018
  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138091405
  • ISBN-13: 9781138091405
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 294 pages, height x width: 235x159 mm, weight: 590 g, 7 Tables, black and white; 30 Illustrations, black and white
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  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138091405
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In 2015, the General Assembly of States Parties to the World Heritage Convention passed a ground-breaking Sustainable Development policy that seeks to bring the World Heritage system into line with the UN’s sustainable development agenda. World Heritage and Sustainable Development provides a broad overview of the process that brought about the new policy, and the implications of its enactment.

Divided into four parts, Part I puts the policy in its historical and theoretical context, and Part II offers an analysis of the four policy dimensions - environmental sustainability, inclusive social development, inclusive economic development, and the fostering of peace and security – on which the policy is based. Part III presents the views of IUCN, ICOMOS, and ICCROM - the three Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Committee, and Part IV offers ‘case study’ perspectives on the practical implications of the policy. Contributions come from a wide range of experienced heritage professionals and practitioners who offer both ‘inside’ perspectives on the evolution of the policy and ‘outside’ perspectives on its implications. Combined, they present and analyse the main ideas, debates, and implications of the policy change.

This book is key reading for all Heritage professionals interested in better understanding the new Sustainable Development policy. It is also essential reading for scholars and students working in the area.

List of illustrations
viii
List of contributors
x
Acknowledgments xiv
Series Editors' Foreword xv
PART I Historical, theoretical and institutional frameworks
1(50)
1 Policy-making at the World Heritage-sustainable development interface: introductory remarks
3(18)
William Logan
Peter Bille Larsen
2 A view from the inside: an account of the process leading to the adoption of the policy for the integration of a sustainable development perspective within the World Heritage Convention
21(16)
Giovanni Boccardi
Lindsay Scott
3 Historical, theoretical and international considerations on culture, heritage and (sustainable) development
37(14)
Sophia Labadi
PART II Policy dimensions and overarching principles
51(102)
4 Inclusive economic development in the urban heritage context
53(15)
Christian Ost
5 Inclusive social development and World Heritage in urban areas
68(19)
Jyoti Hosagrahar
6 World Heritage and gender equality
87(14)
Sophia Labadi
7 The World Heritage and Sustainable Development Policy - a turning point for indigenous peoples?
101(19)
Stefan Disko
Max Ooft
8 Human rights, wrongs and sustainable development in World Heritage
120(14)
Peter Bille Larsen
9 Heritage, Sustainable Development and the achievement of peace and security in our world: ambitions and constraints
134(19)
William Logan
PART III Advisory Bodies' perspectives
153(44)
10 The role of World Heritage in achieving environmental sustainability: an IUCN perspective
155(13)
Elena Osipova
Tim Badman
Peter Bille Larsen
11 `No past, no future?' An ICOMOS perspective on cultural heritage and the sustainability agenda
168(12)
Luisa De Marco
Susan Denyer
Regina Durighello
Ege Yildirim
12 From `Sustaining heritage' to `Heritage sustaining broader societal wellbeing and benefits': an ICCROM perspective
180(17)
Jane Thompson
Gamini Wijesuriya
PART IV World Heritage site case studies
197(86)
13 Implementing the World Heritage Sustainable Development Policy in Egypt: an opportunity for collective engagement in heritage conservation
199(15)
Dina Ishak Bakhoum
14 Applying a sustainable development approach to the World Heritage `Town of Bamberg' site: challenges met, opportunities seized
214(12)
Patricia Alberth
15 Sustainable development and nature-culture linkages in the Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia
226(14)
Juan Luis Isaza Londono
Cesar Augusto Velandia Silva
16 World Heritage and sustainable development in Viet Nam
240(17)
Duong Bich Hanh
Tran Thi Thu Thuy
Pham Thi Thanh Huong
Nguyen Viet Cuong
17 Ng'ambo Tuitakayo, the buffer zone we want: articulating heritage values in urban planning of Zanzibar town
257(13)
Muhammad Juma
18 Cooperative post-disaster reconstruction of Xijie historic quarter, China: directing conservation practice towards inclusive social and economic development
270(13)
Zhou Jian
Index 283
Peter Bille Larsen is a lecturer at the University of Lucerne, Switzerland. He is a Danish anthropologist who works on the intersection between conservation and social equity concerns. He has worked closely with the Advisory Bodies and the World Heritage Centre. William Logan is an Emeritus Professor at Deakin University, Australia. He is a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia and formerly a member of the Heritage Council of Victoria. He is a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Heritage Studies and co-editor of A Companion to Heritage Studies (2015) and the `Key Issues in Cultural Heritage' book series.