Cultural Heritage Law explores the interface between law and cultural heritage. It examines the way in which the law defines, shapes and regulates cultural heritage, from both an international and national perspective, concentrating on the conventions adopted through UNESCO and implemented in Australia. Topics covered include the illicit trafficking of cultural, intellectual property and cultural heritage, World Heritage sites, intangible cultural heritage, historic shipwrecks and salvage and the protection of cultural heritage during times of war.
This course may also be taken as a CPD course or a non-award course.
For details on application and costs see: www.law.uq.edu.au/cpd-details