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Case studies carried out within the 'Our Common Dignity Initiative 2011-2016 Initiative: Rights-Based Approaches in World Heritage'

The objective of the Our Common Dignity initiative has been to contribute towards building awareness of rights issues in World Heritage and heritage management, to promote ‘good practice’ approaches to rights and their enabling conditions, and to develop and recommend relevant tools and guideline

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IUCN World Heritage Outlook 2

Natural World Heritage sites are internationally recognised as having the highest global nature conservation priority.

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Ramsar et la Convention du patrimoine mondial : au confluent du succès

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Las Convenciones de Ramsar y del Patrimonio Mundial, convergiendo hacia el éxito

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Ramsar and World Heritage Conventions : converging towards success

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Large-scale landscapes : governance, rights and conservation of African World Heritage sites

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World heritage sites in Botswana - indigenous perspectives

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The advisory body "Our Common Dignity Initiative" on rights-based approaches in World Heritage: taking stock and looking forward

This document presents the key results of the Our Common Dignity initiative on rights and World Heritage undertaken by the Advisory Bodies to the World Heritage Convention (ICCROM, ICOMOS and IUCN) under the coordination of ICOMOS Norway between 2011 and 2016.

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How banks can safeguard our World Heritage

World Heritage sites are examples of critical natural capital that must be protected. This report highlights the increasingly important and urgent role that banks need to play in helping to safeguard natural World Heritage sites now and for future generations.

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World heritage, wilderness, and large landscapes and seascapes

This thematic study focuses on the contribution the World Heritage Convention can make to wilderness conservation around the world.

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TABE'A II report : enhancing regional capacities for World Heritage (Arabic version)

The TABE'A II report is a second more detailed analysis of the Arab region's World Heritage Programme based on the baseline established in the first report from 2011, as well as of the progress achieved since then.

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Pas à vendre : Mettre un terme au commerce illégal des espèces classées à la CITES sur les sites du Patrimone Mondial

Le WWF analyse 2017 << Pas à vendre >> passe en revue des options à une consolidation des synergies concrètes relevées entre la Convention sur le commerce international des espèces de faune et de flore sauvages menacées d'extinction (CITES) et la Convention du patrimoine mondial, au p

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No está en venta: detener el comercio ilegal de especies de la lista CITES provenientes de sitio del patrimonio mundial

WWF análisis 2017 a un abanico de opciones para seguir mejorando las sinergias tangibles entre la Convención sobre el Comercio Internacional de Especies Amenazadas de Fauna y Flora Silvestres (CITES) y la Convención de Patrimonio Mundial, enfocado alrededor de los sitios Patrimonio Mundial.

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Not for sale : Halting the illegal trade of CITES species from World Heritage sites

The WWF 2017 report "Not for Sale" gives a range of options to further enhance tangible synergies between the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the World Heritage Convention, focussed around World Heritage sites. 

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Natural marine World Heritage in the Arctic Ocean

The 1972 UNESCO World Heritage Convention unites nations behind a shared commitment to preserve the world’s outstanding cultural and natural heritage for the benefit of present and future generations.

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Protecting people through nature

Protecting natural areas and ecosystems is not anti-development. This report shows that by conserving large areas of habitat, natural World Heritage sites also increase resilience to natural and weather-related disasters, support livelihoods for communities, and provide communities with vital pro

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2016
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국제보호지역 통합 관리 체계

An Internationally Designated Area (IDA) is a natural area internationally recognised by a global or regional designation mechanism. Among these, there are 263 areas where different IDAs fully or partially overlap thus carrying double, triple or even quadruple international designations.

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The future has other plans

Crisis has enveloped the more than 200,000 nationally and regionally protected natural and cultural heritage sites around the world.

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The future of the World Heritage Convention for marine conservation

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Gestión de ADIM : armonización de la gestión de áreas de designación internacional múltiple

Un Área de Designación Internacional (ADI) es un área natural reconocida internacionalmente por un mecanismo de designación global o regional.

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Gérer les SDIM : harmoniser la gestion des sites à désignations internationales multiples

Un site à désignation internationale (SDI) est un site naturel reconnu au niveau par un mécanisme de désignation régional ou mondial.

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Patrimonio mundial

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Patrimoine mondial

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World Heritage

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World heritage in the high seas

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Managing MIDAS : harmonising the management of Multi-Internationally Designated Areas

An Internationally Designated Area (IDA) is a natural area internationally recognised by a global or regional designation mechanism. Among these, there are 263 areas where different IDAs fully or partially overlap thus carrying double, triple or even quadruple international designations.

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Managing disaster risks for World Heritage (Arabic version)

The objectives of this manual are: to help the managers and management authorities of cultural and natural World Heritage properties to reduce the risks to these properties from natural and humanmade disasters; to illustrate the main principles of Disaster Risk Management (DRM) for heritage and a

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World heritage and tourism in a changing climate

This report provides an overview of the increasing vulnerability of World Heritage sites to climate change impacts and the potential implications for and of global tourism.

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The UNESCO World Heritage and the role of civil society

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Water & heritage : material, conceptual and spiritual connections

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ForewordIrina Bokova (Director-General of UNESCO)

PrefaceJhr. Ir. Diederik Six (president ICOMOS Netherlands) and Drs. Erik Luijendijk (board member ICOMOSNetherlands)

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2015
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Gestão de riscos de desastres para o Patrimônio Mundial

The objectives of this manual are: to help the managers and management authorities of cultural and natural World Heritage properties to reduce the risks to these properties from natural and humanmade disasters; to illustrate the main principles of Disaster Risk Management (DRM) for heritage and a

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Managing disaster risks for World Heritage (Chinese version)

The objectives of this manual are: to help the managers and management authorities of cultural and natural World Heritage properties to reduce the risks to these properties from natural and humanmade disasters; to illustrate the main principles of Disaster Risk Management (DRM) for heritage and a

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Resources, rents, representation and resistance

The Responsive Forest Governance Initiative (RFGI) is an Africa-wide environmental-governance research and training program focusing on enabling responsive and accountable decentralization to strengthen the representation of forest-based rural people in local-government decision making.

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Earth's legacy : natural World Heritage = Legado de la tierra : patrimonio Mundial Natural

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The World Heritage nomination of the Ahwar of Southern Iraq : refuge of biodiversity and relict landscape of the Mesopotamian cities

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Safeguarding outstanding natural value

Despite being internationally recognised as being of "Outstanding Universal Value" and protected under the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, some of the world's most dazzling areas are under increasing threat from the extractives sector, in particular from commercial mining and oil and gas explor

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Engager les communautés locales dans la gérance du patrimoine mondial

A new addition to the World Heritage Papers series provides guidance and introduces tools for best practice in engaging indigenous and local communities in World Heritage.

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2015
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TABE'A II report : enhancing regional capacities for World Heritage

The TABE'A II report is a second more detailed analysis of the Arab region's World Heritage Programme based on the baseline established in the first report from 2011, as well as of the progress achieved since then.

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Horizon du Patrimoine mondial de l'UICN 2014 : une évaluation globale de la conservation des sites du Patrimoine mondial naturel

Natural World Heritage sites are internationally recognized as having the highest global conservation significance and include iconic places such as the Serengeti, Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands.

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Perspectiva del Patrimonio Mundial de la UICN 2014 : evaluación sobre la conservación de todos los sitios naturales del Patrimonio Mundial

Natural World Heritage sites are internationally recognized as having the highest global conservation significance and include iconic places such as the Serengeti, Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands.

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Gender equality : heritage and creativity

Culture can be a close ally to gender equality. This report aims to consolidate leading research, statistics and case studies in the field of culture and gender equality, focusing in particular on creativity and heritage, as a contribution to international debates on the post-2015 agenda.

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2014
IUCN Grey Literature

World heritage and rights-based approaches (Arabic version)

Human rights issues have been an integral dimension of UNESCO's mission and work since its establishment.

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2014
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Great Barrier Reef outlook report 2014 : in brief

The Great Barrier Reef outlook report 2014 provides an overview of the current condition, use, factors influencing the condition, management effectiveness, resilience, risks to its future and likely outlook.

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Engaging local communities in stewardship of World Heritage

A new addition to the World Heritage Papers series provides guidance and introduces tools for best practice in engaging indigenous and local communities in World Heritage.

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2014
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Between dream and reality : debating the impact of World Heritage Listing. Primitive tider special edition.

Primitive tider is a well-established Norwegian journal publishing peer-reviewed articles in the fields of archaeology and heritage management.

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2014
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World heritage sites and indigenous people's rights

This book includes twenty case studies of World Heritage sites from around the world that explore, from a human rights perspective, indigenous peoples’ experiences with World Heritage sites and with the processes of the World Heritage Convention.

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2014
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Applications of key biodiversity areas : end-user consultations

A large number of approaches have been developed over the last four decades for identifying places of significance for biodiversity, but unfortunately this requires looking at multiple, disconnected databases and other information sources to understand the sites of importance in a particular area

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The benefits of natural world heritage : identifying and assessing ecosystem services and benefits provided by the world's most iconic natural places

This study identifies and assesses the diversity of ecosystem services, and in turn the benefits that World Heritage sites can deliver to society and the economy through direct and indirect use or through inherent 'non-use' values.

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IUCN World Heritage Outlook 2014 : a conservation assessment of all natural World Heritage sites

Natural World Heritage sites are internationally recognized as having the highest global conservation significance and include iconic places such as the Serengeti, Great Barrier Reef and the Galapagos Islands.

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Gestión del patrimonio mundial natural

El objetivo preciso de este manual de referencia es coadyuvar a la gestión de los valores naturales en los bienes del Patrimonio Mundial. Por ello su meta son los bienes, naturales y mixtos, del Patrimonio Mundial y los paisajes culturales (inscritos en función de criterios culturales).

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