Claudia Tubertini

50 years after the 1972 Unesco Convention concerning The Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage: considerations in relation of the Italian experience



World Cultural Heritage has to face not only the variety of legal status of the asset involved, but also the fragmentation of powers between the various territorial levels which are responsible for the protection and enhancement of Unesco sites and monuments. The coordination of these leves, and between them and the private actors, plays a fundamental role in order to balance conservation and exploitation of the sites; in this perspective, a more stronger interpretation of the obligations deriving from the Unesco Convention should lead to a widespread application of the collaborative method in this, so essential, material sphere, as it is now believed in other spheres of public intervention where constitutional rights are at stake.


  • Cultural heritage protection
  • Unesco
  • Italy
  • Multilevel system
  • Coordination


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