Lucas Lixinski


Dr Lucas Lixinski is a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Law, UNSW Australia. He researches, teaches and publishes in the areas of international human rights law and international heritage law, occasionally at the intersection of the two. You can follow him on Twitter: @IntHeritageLaw.

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ESIL – International Human Rights Law Symposium: International Human Rights Law and International Cultural Heritage Law: Cooperation, Conflict or Cooption?

Beyond being “the law of pretty things”, international cultural heritage law (ICHL) is an important site for the enactment and contestation of the boundaries of international law. It is the law, mostly under UNESCO, that deals with objects, sites and practices that create, shape and conform identity. It is in close relationships to human rights, but…

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