UNESCO, World Heritage and everything it implies, has always been involved with the most economically underprivileged and socially deprived communities. Cultural and Natural Heritage at risk has also been a constant subject of international work and should be addressed in this section. At the same time, a thorough review of these issues is needed.
To what extent does the aid arrive? Whom does it reach? How is it distributed? What does it generate? What is left at the end? What makes a site in a country World Heritage? and what does not? Are deprived populations really helped and integrated in the recovery or diffusion of the sites? In the previous Conference a lot of debate and complaint was brought up regarding this issue. Now, we want to present and discuss new formulas for a more fair and balanced cooperation.


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