Sustainable Heritage Management Foundation Course
Module 3: Applying Laws and Regulations (ALR)
Led by: Southeast University
Aim: Ensuring that laws, regulations and rights affecting heritage properties at all levels are upheld.
I. INTRODUCTION AND MODULE OBJECTIVES
The Sustainable Heritage Management Foundation Course is introduced by UNESCO Bangkok in cooperation with Think City Institute and the Asian Academy for Heritage Management. It focuses on the ‘Core Competencies’ defined under the new “Competence Framework for Cultural Heritage Management.” Participants are expected to develop capacities to respond intelligently and effectively to the real-world demands in sustainable heritage management.
This module will cover the topic of Applying Laws and Regulations (ALR) as one of the core competencies identified under UNESCO’s recently published Competence Framework for Sustainable Development.
Module Objective: Ensuring that laws, regulations and rights affecting heritage sites at all levels are upheld and enforced.
Module learning outcomes:
- Understanding the heritage laws and regulations within the evolving scope of cultural heritage.
- Applying appropriate mechanisms for enforcing heritage laws and regulations that confirm to principles of sustainable development.
- Acknowledging the challenges and good practices in implementing heritage laws and regulations.