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Kristin Hausler

Biography Kristin Hausler is the Dorset Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law and Director of the Centre for International Law. Since joining the Institute in 2007, she has developed and led several research projects advising governments, international organisations and non-governmental organisations on international human rights law, international humanitarian law, and international criminal law. Her most recent projects focused on cultural heritage  and education ,…

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'The Right to Cultural Heritage - Its Protection and Enforcement through Cooperation in the European Union' (HEURIGHT14).

In June 2015, the British Institute of International and Comparative Law,BIICL was awarded funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) for a three-year project on 'The Right to Cultural Heritage - Its Protection and Enforcement through Cooperation in the European Union' (HEURIGHT). This project investigates how human rights guarantees in relation to cultural heritage are being understood and implemented within the EU and by the EU as part of its external action. It focuses…

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Cultural Heritage in the European Union

Cultural Heritage in the European Union Edited by Andrzej Jakubowski, Kristin Hausler and Francesca Fiorentini Cultural Heritage in the European Union provides a critical analysis of the laws and policies which address cultural heritage throughout Europe, considering them in light of the current challenges faced by the Union. The volume examines the matrix of organisational and regulatory frameworks concerned with cultural heritage both in the Union and its Members States, as well as…

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Under Fire: Cultural Heritage and Armed Groups

Time: 17.30-19.00 (Registration from 17.00) Event followed by a drinks reception Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED Cultural heritage is often at risk of damage or destruction in situations of armed conflicts. Certain armed groups have sometimes intentionally destroyed cultural monuments, as an attempt to erase diversity or remove the links communities have with their past. In addition…

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The Forgotten Conflict: Seeking Accountability in Yemen

Time: 17:30-19:00 (Registration from 17:00) Event followed by a drinks reception Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP NOW FULLY BOOKED This event will address the alleged violations and abuses of international humanitarian law and international human rights law perpetrated by the parties to the Yemen conflict and the possible ways forward to ensure accountability for the crimes committed. The panel includes…

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Culture under fire: armed non-state actors and cultural heritage in wartime

Culture under fire: armed non-state actors and cultural heritage in wartime This report presents the findings of a pioneering, twoyear study conducted by Geneva Call on cultural heritage and armed non-State actors (ANSAs). It represents the most comprehensive research available on this topic to date. The report centres around three case studies—Iraq, Mali and Syria—and is based on information obtained through desk and field research, as well as interviews with leading specialized…

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Culture under fire: armed non-state actors and cultural heritage in wartime

Culture under fire: armed non-state actors and cultural heritage in wartime This report presents the findings of a pioneering, twoyear study conducted by Geneva Call on cultural heritage and armed non-State actors (ANSAs). It represents the most comprehensive research available on this topic to date. The report centres around three case studies—Iraq, Mali and Syria—and is based on information obtained through desk and field research, as well as interviews with leading specialized…

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Podcast: Cultural Heritage post-Brexit

Podcast: Cultural Heritage post-Brexit  Podcast: Cultural Heritage post-Brexit

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Cultural Heritage and the Security Council: Why Resolution 2347 matters

Blog: Cultural Heritage and the Security Council: Why Resolution 2347 matters      This piece considers how the UN Security Council gradually established cultural heritage protection as a key element in the maintenance of international peace and security, including through its combat against terrorism financing. Considering the wider context of escalated attacks against cultural heritage in armed conflict, it analyses Resolution 2347 in parallel with other key documents adopted…

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Cultural Heritage, Cultural Rights and the European Union

Time: 09:10-14:00 (Registration from 08:45am) Venue: Instutite of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Staszic Palace, 72 Nowy Świat, Warsaw On 13 March 2018, the Research Team of the project HEURIGHT - The Right to Cultural Heritage - Its Protection and Enforcement through Cooperation in the European Union is organizing an international seminar, entitled "Cultural Heritage, Cultural Rights and the European Union". The core aim of this event is to present the research findings of…

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Directive 2014/60/EU and the Movement of Cultural Objects in the European Union

Directive 2014/60/EU and the Movement of Cultural Objects in the European Union Santander Art and Cultural Law Review 2(2) 2016 , co-edited by F Fiorentini, K Hausler, A Jagielska-Burduk, and A Jakubowski. Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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Outside the Debate? The Potential Impact of Brexit for Cultural Heritage in the UK

Outside the Debate? The Potential Impact of Brexit for Cultural Heritage in the UK Article published in Art Antiquity and Law, Volume XXII, Issue 2, July 2017 Publication - Download PDF Share Links Publication - Tags

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