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Cultural Heritage - The Role of Archaeology in Cultural Heritage and Human Rights

The Program on Human Rights Collaboratory Series is an interdisciplinary investigation of human rights in the humanities. It is funded under the Stanford Presidential Fund for Innovation in International Studies as the third in a sequence of pursuing peace and security, improving governance and advancing well-being.

Ian HodderIan Hodder: Cultural Heritage Rights: From Ownership and Descent to Justive and Well-being
Cultural_Heritage_Rights_AQ.pdf
Zeynep Ahunbay & Ozge Balkiz: Outstanding Universal Value of Hasankeyf and the Tigris Valley
hasankeyf_Doga_Dernegi.pdf
Human rights aspects of the construction of the Ilisu Dam and Hydroelectric Power Plan Project in Turkey
Ilisu_dam_amnesty_international.pdf
Dam construction in Turkey and its impact on economic, cultural and social rights
JointReport_Turkey46.pdf