Discussion encompasses The European Court of Human Rights and Religious Practices, food as a cultural choice, illicit trade in cultural objects, recovered underwater cultural heritage, the relationship between the World Heritage Convention and climate change regulation, and the human dimension to landscape protection in international law, among other topics.
What does UCH stand for?
UCH stands for Underwater Cultural Heritage (UNESCO)
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We have 26 other meanings of UCH in our Acronym Attic
- Underground Coal Gasification Partnership (United Kingdom)
- Union County Genealogical Society (Marysville, OH)
- Unitarian Christian Global Society
- Upper Canada Guitar Society
- University of Chicago Graduate School of Business (Illinois)
- Unitarian Congregations of Greater Toronto (Toronto, Canada)
- Unrealised Capital Gains Tax (New Zealand)
- Ubiquitin C-Terminal Hydrolase
- Umbilical Connection Housing (energy production)
- Underground Coffee House (Hartford, CT)
- Universidad Cardenal Herrera (Spanish: Cardinal Herrera University)
- Universidad de Chile
- University College Hospital
- University Community Health
- University of California Hospital
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law
- University of Colorado Hospital
- Upper Caste Hindu
- Upper Chesapeake Health (Maryland)
- University College Hospital/Royal National Institute for the Deaf (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It discussed Unesco conventions Bahrain is to join, including agreements on protecting non-material, underwater cultural heritage, cultural diversity and cultural property during armed conflicts.
2012] Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.
ABSTRACT Underwater cultural heritage (UCH), which includes evidence of past cultures preserved in shipwrecks, enables the relevant epistemic communities to open a window to the unknown past and enrich their understanding of history.
Article 2(7) of the 2001 UNESCO Convention on Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage states in its entirety that: 'Underwater cultural heritage shall not be commercially exploited'.
The International Scientific Committee on Underwater Cultural Heritage has also criticised the deal, saying it contravenes the Unesco Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage.
In general, it has great potential as a remote-sensing tool for the documentation and assessment of historic shipwrecks and other underwater cultural heritage that are covered by coral or buried within sediment.
Three papers by Patrick O'Keefe, Sarah Dromgoole and Amanda Sutherland on aspects of the underwater cultural heritage treat an important issue often ignored in discussions of the illicit trade in antiquities.