Article 17: International Cooperation in Situations of Serious Threat to Cultural Expressions
Article 17 is one of the international cooperation tools allowed by the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (hereinafter “the Convention”). It deals with special cooperation with developing countries, but aims at promoting assistance between all Parties to the Convention, independently from their level of economic development.
KeywordsIndigenous People International Cooperation State Parti Cultural Expression Operational Guideline
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