Legislação

Legislação do Património Cultural

Legislação Internacional e Nacional dos Países da U.E.
Documentos e Publicações

PARTE I

I – International Organizations………………………………………………………. 3
1- WEBSITES …………………………………………………………………… 3
2 – PORTUGAL- STATE PARTY OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGNIZATIONS 4
II –International Cultural Heritage Legislation ……….……………………… 4
1 – General WEB SITES ………………………………………………….…. 4
2 – INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS/RESOLUTIONS/DIRECTIVES
2.1 – SIGNED/ RETIFIED BY PORTUGAL
EUROPEAN UNION……………………………………………… 4
UNESCO …………………………………………………….……… 4
COUNCIL OF EUROPE ……………………………………….… 6
UNIDROIT -International Institute for the Unification of Private Law 6
2.2 – NOT SIGNED BY PORTUGAL
UNESCO …………………………………………………………… 6
EUROPEAN UNION……………………………………………… 7
3 – RESOLUTIONS/RECOMENDATIONS/DIRECTIVES/
DECLARATIONS
COUNCIL OF EUROPE………………………………………… 7
EUROPEAN UNION………………………………………………. 8
UNESCO……………………………………………………………… 9
ICOMOS…………………………………………………………. 10
WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION –OMT……………… 11
4 – REPORTS/STUDIES….………………………………………….…… 12
5 – USEFUL LINKS.……………………………………………………….. 12

I – INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

1 – WEB SITES

UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization … Constitution – 1945
UNESCO – World Heritage Centre – Portugese / English – Text of the World Heritage Convention -1972
EUROPEAN UNION – Statute – Revised /Amended – Official Journal C 321E of 29 December 2006 – pdf
ICOMOS – International Council on Monuments and Sites – ICOMOS Statutes – 22/05/1978; http://www.international.icomos.org/about.htmhttp://www.international.icomos.org/statuts_eng.htm – HERITAGE DEFINITIONS – Article 3 The term “monument” …The term “group of buildings” shall include all groups of separate or connected buildings and their surroundings…The term “site” shall include all topographical areas and landscapes, the works of man or the combined works of nature and of man, including historic parks and gardens …
COUNCIL OF EUROPE – founded in 1949 – statute of the council of Europe- Full text in Word Format – http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/Commun/ChercheSig.asp?NT=001&CM=8&DF=1/30/2007&CL=ENG –
ICCROM – International Centre for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property – Statutes – http://www.iccrom.org/ – Adopted at the 9th Session of the UNESCO General Conference held in New Delhi, in 1956, it was based in Rome in 1959- (Intergovernmental organization dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage) – http://www.iccrom.org/index.shtml –
IUCN – World Conservation Union – IUCN Statutes – http://www.iucn.org/en/about/ . Use of the name “World Conservation Union” began in 1990. Was founded in October 1948, following an international conference in Fontainebleau, France. Changed its name to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in 1956.
UNWTO – Statutes (English, French, Spanish, Russian) that govern UNWTO. History – http://www.world-tourism.org/frameset/frame_sustainable.htm l –
OWHC – ORGANIZATION OF WORLD HERITAGE CITIES – http://www.ovpm.org/index.php?module=pagesetter&func=viewpub&tid=1&pid=15&mm=1025&newlang=eng –
UNEP – United Nations Environmental Programme – http://www.unep.org – UNEP – http://www.unep.org/resources/gov/ – The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is the voice for the environment in the United Nations system. It is an advocate, educator, catalyst and facilitator promoting the wise use of the planet’s natural assets for sustainable development. more>> The mandate and objectives of UNEP emanate from United Nations General Assembly resolution 2997 (XXVII) of 15 December 1972 and subsequent amendments adopted at UNCED in 1992, the Nairobi Declaration on the Role and Mandate of UNEP, adopted at the Nineteenth Session of the UNEP Governing Council, and the Malmö Ministerial Declaration of 31 May, 2000. Portugal is not a member State

2 – PORTUGAL- MEMBER STATE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ORGNIZATIONS

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Statute of the Council of Europe  – Statute – 5/5/1949 London; Entry into force: 3/8/1949 –
19th
PORTUGAL
22/09/1976 Ratification
Entry into force: 22/09/76

UNESCO: Founded on 16 /11/1945 – Acto Constitutivo da UNESCO; Constitution – London

PORTUGAL
11/03/1965 – Joined UNESCO; Withdrawing in 1972; Previously a Member State from 11/03/ 1965 to 31/12/ 1972
Rejoined on 11/09/1974

ICCROM: http://www.iccrom.org/eng/00about_en/00_01govern_en/memstates_en.shtml
Proposal was adopted at the 9th Session of the UNESCO General Conference held in New Delhi, in 1956. Established in Rome in 1959.

PORTUGAL
Signature/ Ratification
Entry into force: 14/09/1967

ICCROM – http://www.iccrom.org/ – International Centre for the Study of Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property, adopted at the 9th Session of the UNESCO General Conference held in New Delhi, in 1956, it was established in Rome in 1959

PORTUGAL Member state since 14/09/1967
Assinatura; Ratificação

IUCN: http://www.iucn.org/members/Documents/Statutes.pdf – Statute – Fontainebleau 5/10/48; Revised 22/10/1996; Amended 24/11/2004

PORTUGAL
Ministério das Cidades, Ordenamento do Território e Ambiente

EUROPEAN UNION: – Statute – Revised /Amended
CONSOLIDATED VERSIONS OF THE TREATY ON EUROPEAN UNION AND OF THE TREATY ESTABLISHING THE EUROPEAN
COMMUNITY (consolidated text) Official Journal C 321E of 29 December 2006 – pdf
Treaty of Nice Official Journal C 80 of 10 March 2001 html pdf
Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe Official Journal C 310 of 16 December 2004 – html pdf

PORTUGAL
Entrada de Portugal na C.E.E (U.E.) 1/01/1986
Assinatura 1986 ;

UNWTO – http://www.world-tourism.org –

PORTUGAL Member state since 1976
Assinatura; Ratificação

II – INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL HERITAGE LEGISLATION

1 – General WEB SITES

UNESCO
UNESCO Cultural Heritage Laws Database – several European countries http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.php-URL_ID=22554&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html –
UNESCO – Legislation – http://portal.unesco.org/en/ev.php-URL_ID=12024&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html – Conventions, Recommandations, Déclarations
UNESCO– The Basic Texts of the World Heritage Convention Available in Portuguese Ed. 2005
Declaração de Budapeste sobre o Património Mundial
Convenção para a Protecção do Património Mundial, Cultural e Natural – Portuguese
Orientações para a aplicação da Convenção do Património Mundial
Regulamento interno do Comité do Património Mundial
Regulamento interno da Assembleia Geral dos Estados parte na Convenção para a Protecção do Património Mundial, Cultural e Natural
Regulamento financeiro do Fundo do Património Mundial
WORLD HERITAGE CENTRE – UNESCO –- http://whc.unesco.org/en/conventiontext/
ICOMOS
– Charters adopted by ICOMOS http://www.international.icomos.org/centre_documentation/chartes_eng.htm ; Resolutions and Declarations
ICOMOS – Cultural Protection Treaties and Other International Agreements -http://www.international.icomos.org/charters.htm –
ICOMOS – http://civvih.icomos.org/index.php?go=102/- CHARTERS AND DECLARATIONS
COUNCIL OF EUROPE
– Conventions from 1930 to 2004 – Cultural Heritage Policy International Docs. – Reference Text in the Cultural Heritage field – Conventions, Resolutions, Recommendations- Resources
http://www.coe.int/T/E/Cultural_Co-operation/Heritage/Resources/RefTxtCultHer.asp#TopOfPage
COUNCIL OF EUROPE – Treaties – http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/Commun/ChercheTableauCourt.asp?CM=16&CL=ENG –
GETTY INSTITUTION – Statistics on signatures and ratifications – http://www.getty.edu/conservation/research_resources/charters.html#1904
Cultural Protection Treaties and Other International Agreements = Edwin Ginn Library -http://fletcher.tufts.edu/multi/cultural.html –
SIDDAMB
Sistema integrado de informação documental de legislação (nacional, comunitária, internacional e estrangeira) – http://www.diramb.gov.pt/apresentacao.htm – Portuguese/English
Convenções Internacionais e Leg. Ratificadas por Portugal -http://www.diramb.gov.pt/data/basedoc/TXT_LI_1309_1_0001.htm – Ficha documental; Análise Jurídica
GRCI – Internacional Legislation – http://www.grci.pt/documentos.asp?zona=documentos – Portugal
Comissão Nacional da UNESCO – http://www.unesco.pt/cgi-bin/cultura/docs/cul_docs.php –
http://www.abc.se/~pa/uwa/legislat.htm – World Wide Legislation
UNEP – United Nations Environmental Programme – Rio Declaration – UNEP – http://www.unep.org/Documents.multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=78&ArticleID=1163 – http://www.unep.org/PDF/ABOUT_UNEP_ENGLISH.pdf – What UNEP does;

2 – INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS/RESOLUTIONS/DIRECTIVES

2.1 – SIGNED/ RETIFIED BY PORTUGAL

EUROPEAN UNION

EUROPEAN UNION : Convention européenne sur les infractions visant des biens culturels, Delphes, 1985 (vide Council of Europe) 1985
EUROPEAN UNION: Convention européenne pour la protection du patrimoine archéologique (révisée), 1992 (vide Council of Europe) – 1992

UNESCO

UNESCO: Convention pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé («Convention de La Haye»), 1954 (Haia, 14/05/54;Entry into force 07/08/1956 – page de l’UNESCO – Etats parties; HAIA 1956
-First Protocol –14/05/1956
-Second Protocol, Haie 26/03/ 1999;entry into force 9/03/2004 – Convenção para a Protecção de Bens Culturais em Caso de Conflito Armado
98
Portugal
Assinada Convention 14/05/54; 04/8/2000 data do Depósito do Instrumento Ratificação; entry into force 4/11/2000
Ratification

Portugal
First Protocol –18/02/2005 entry into force
Accession

Portugal
Second Protocol
no Signature

UNESCO:Convention concernant les mesures à prendre pour interdire et empêcher l’importation, l’exportation et le transfert de propriété illicites des biens culturels, 14 novembre 1970 – Etats parties – 1970
Convenção relativa às Medidas a Adoptar para Proibir e Impedir a Importação, a Exportação e a Transferência Ilícitas da Propriedade de Bens Culturais 1970
PORTUGAL
09.03.1986 Entry into force
09.12.1985 Ratification

UNESCO: World Heritage Centre: Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage – Paris, 16 November 1972 MoreConvention concernant la protection du patrimoine mondial culturel et naturel, 16 novembre 1972 – Etats parties – 23/11/1972;Convenção para a Protecção do Património Mundial, Cultural e Natural – 1972
PORTUGAL
D.R. I S, n.º 130 –6/6/1979
Ratification 30/09/1980

UNESCO:Convention concernant les mesures à prendre pour interdire et empêcher l’importation, l’exportation et le transfert de propriété illicites des biens culturels, 14 novembre 1970 – Etats parties – Convenção Relativa às Medidas a Adoptar para Proibir e Impedir a Importação, a Exportação e a Transferência Ilícitas da Propriedade de Bens Culturais, Paris, Novembro 1970 – Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property – More – PARIS 14/11/1970

PORTUGAL 09/03/1986

Ratification 09/12/1985

UNESCO : Convention sur la protection du patrimoine culturel subaquatique, 6 novembre 2001 – page de l’UNESCO – Etats parties – Património cultural subaquático, Paris, November 2001 ;Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage
Paris, 2 November 2001 More 2001
PORTUGAL

Ratification 21/09/2006

UNESCO: La Convención sobre la Protección y Promoción de la Diversidad de las Expresiones Culturales – Texto oficial de la Convención – Lista de los Estados Partes – París, 20 de octubre de 2005

PORTUGAL

Ratification 16/03/2007

UNESCO: Budapest Declaration On World Heritage, 28/06/ 2002 – Decision Adopted by the 26th Session of the World Heritage Committee, Budapest, Hungary- ——————————————————————————-DECLARAtion
(WC-02/CONF.202/25, 9) – http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/1217/ – Original Decision Document – 2002
PORTUGAL
2002
Signature

UNESCO: Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat – Ramsar, l2 February 1971 -Protocol, Paris, 3 December 1982 More -Protocol, PARIS, 3 December 1982 RAMSAR 1971

PORTUGAL 15 July 1976

Ratification 24/11/1980

UNESCO:Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
Paris, 20 October 2005 More La Convención sobre la Protección y Promoción de la Diversidad de las Expresiones Culturales – Texto oficial de la Convención – Lista de los Estados Partes – París, 20 de octubre de 2005

PORTUGAL

Ratification 16/03/2007

UNESCO : Hoy día con la adopción de la Convención sobre la protección y promoción de la diversidad de las expresiones culturales, la UNESCO ya cuenta en el campo de la cultura con un “dispositivo normativo íntergo compuesto por 7 Convenciones”:
Protección y promoción de la diversidad de las expresiones culturales (2005)
Salvaguardia del patrimonio cultural inmaterial (2003)
Protección del patrimonio cultural subacuático (2001)
Protección del patrimonio mundial cultural y natural (1972)
Prohibir e impedir la importación, la exportación y la transferencia de propiedad ilícitas de bienes culturales (1970)
Protección del patrimonio cultural en caso de conflicto armado (1954)
Convención Universal sobre Derecho de Autor (1952, 1971)

COUNCIL OF EUROPE

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Cultural Convention  -Convenção Cultural Europeia do Conselho da Europa, Paris, 1954 , Signature 19/12/54; PARIS – Entered into Force 5/5/1955 – http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/018.htm

PORTUGAL
Entered into Force: 16/2/76
Ratification 16/2/1976

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage , LONDON , Signature 6/5/69; Entered into Force 20/11/70 – Convenção Europeia para a Protecção do Património Arqueológico na Europa – REVISÃO ( 1992), Convenção de Londres, revista em La Valeta, Conselho da Europa – http://conventions.coe.int/Treaty/en/Treaties/Html/143.htm – 1970

PORTUGAL
Signature 14/05/1981;Ratification 6/7/82
Entered into Force 7/10/82 Denunciation 8/5/98 – Entry into force 2/6/99

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Charter of the Architectural Heritage (Council of Europe, October 1975) (Committee of Ministers)
AMESTERDAN 1975

PORTUGAL

Entry into Force

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Convention for the Protection of the Architectural Heritage of Europe  -Convenção para a Salvaguarda do Património Arquitectónico da Europa, Granada,1985 – Signature 3/10/85; Entered into Force 1/12/87 – GRANADA 1987

PORTUGAL
Signature 3/10/1985; Ratification 27/3/91
Entry into force 1/07/97

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage (revised) Convenção Europeia para a Protecção do Património Arqueológico, La Valetta, 1992 – 16/1/1992 – Entry into force   25/5/1995 LA VALLETTA – 1992

PORTUGAL
Signature 16/1/1992  Ratification 5/8/1998
Entry into force  6/2/1999

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Convention on Offences relating to Cultural Property I, 23/6/1985 Entry into Force DELPH 1985

PORTUGAL

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Landscape Convention  – de 20/10/2000; Entry into Force 1/3/2004

PORTUGAL
Signature 20.10.2000 Ratification 29/3/2005
Entry into Force 1/7/2005

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Council of Europe Framework Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society; Convenção Quadro do Conselho da Europa sobre o valor do património cultural para o desenvolvimento da sociedade, Faro, 2005 ; Entry into force- FARO 27/10/2005

PORTUGAL
Signature 27/10/2005 ; Ratification —
Entry into force —

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage (Revised) , de 16/01/1992; Entered into Force 25/05/1995

PORTUGAL
Signature 16/01/92; Entry into force 6/2/1999
Ratification 5/8/1998

UNIDROIT – International Institute for the Unification of Private Law

UNIDROIT – International Institute for the Unification of Private Law – Convention Unidroit sur les objets culturels volés ou exportés illégalement, 24 juin 1995- Etats parties – Page Unidroit – Rome – Convenção do Unidroit sobre Bens Culturais Roubados ou Ilicitamente Exportados, Roma 1995 (Versão Portuguesa)
PORTUGAL
Entered into force 1/03; Res. Art. 16 Signature 23/04/96
/ Ratified 19/7/02

2.2 – NOT SIGNED BY PORTUGAL

UNESCO

UNESCO : Second Protocol, The Hague, 26 March 1999 More ; Deuxième Protocole relatif à la Convention de La Haye de 1954 pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé La Haye, 26 mars 1999 – page de l’UNESCO – Etats parties – HAIA – 1999
PORTUGAL
No Signature

UNESCO: Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage – 2003; Convenção para a Salvaguarda do Património Cultural Imaterial – Convention pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel immatériel, 17 octobre 2003 – page de l’UNESCO – Etats parties – 17/10/2003 Entry into force 20/04/2006 PARIS – 2003

PORTUGAL
No Signature – Revised (Revista e validada na Procuradoria-Geral da República)

EUROPEAN UNION

European Union:Council of Europe Framework Convention on the Value of Cultural Heritage for Society  FARO, 27/10/2005

3 – RESOLUTIONS/RECOMENDATIONS/DIRECTIVES /DECLARATIONS

COUNCIL OF EUROPE – Resolutions and declarations adopted at Ministerial Conferences

COUNCIL OF EUROPE: http://www.coe.int/t/e/cultural_co-operation/heritage/resources/RefTxtCultHer.asp#TopOfPage
Resolution on criteria and methods of cataloguing ancient buildings and historical or artistic sites (66/19) Adopted by the Ministers’ Deputies on 29th March 1966. identification and cataloguing of the cultural assets to be protected according to the: criteria, methods, model index card, terminology,
Resolution on the reviving of monuments (66/20) Adopted by the Ministers’ Deputies on 29th March 1966)
Resolution on the principles and practice of the active preservation and rehabilitation of groups and areas of buildings of historical or artistic interest (68/11) (Adopted by the Ministers’ Deputies on 3 May 1968)
Resolution on the active maintenance of monuments, groups and areas of buildings of historical or artistic interest within the context of regional planning (68/12) (adopted by the Ministers’ Deputies on 3rd May 1968)
Resolution on interim measures for the protection of the cultural heritage of monuments and sites (72/20) Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 30 May 1972 at the 211th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)
Resolution on the compilation of national inventories of monuments, groups of buildings and sites of historical or artistic interest (72/21) Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 30 May 1972 at the 211th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies
Resolution concerning the adaptation of laws and regulations to the requirements of integrated conservation of the architectural heritage (76/28) (Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 14 April 1976 at the 256th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies) Definitions The cultural heritage of monuments and sites; Integrated conservation; Principles of integrated conservation policy
First Conference of European Ministers responsible for the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Monuments and Sites – Brussels, 1969
Resolution on the organization of a year devoted to the preservation ,rehabilitation of the cultural heritage of monuments and site
Resolution No.1 – Brussels, 25-27 November 1969 -First Conference of European Ministers responsible for the preservation and rehabilitation of the cultural heritage of monuments and sites

Second European Conference of Ministers responsible for the Architectural Heritage
(Granada/Spain, 1985)
Resolution on the implementation of the Convention for the Protection of the Architectural Heritage of Europe
Resolution on the promotion of the architectural heritage in socio-cultural life and as a factor in the quality of life
Resolution on the economic impact of conservation policies
Resolution on the physical conservation of the architectural heritage and the need to combat pollution
Resolution on future programmes of European co-operation to promote the historical heritage
Resolution No. 6
Third European Conference of Ministers responsible for the Cultural Heritage
(Malta, 1992)
Resolution on the archaeological heritage
Resolution on the institutional framework for pan-European co-operation concerning the cultural heritage, open to other regions of the world
Resolution on the priorities of a pan-European cultural heritage project
Resolution on conservation in situations of conflict
tFinal Resolution
Fourth European Conference of Ministers responsible for the Cultural Heritage
(Helsinki/Finland, 1996)
Final Declaration on the political dimension of cultural heritage conservation in Europe
Resolution on the cultural heritage as a factor in building Europe
Resolution on the cultural heritage as a factor of sustainable development
Fifth European Conference of Ministers responsible for the Cultural Heritage
(Portorož/Slovenia, 2001)
Resolution on the role of cultural heritage and the challenge of globalization
Resolution on the Council of Europe’s future activities in the cultural heritage field, 2002 – 2005
Declaration on the role of voluntary organisations in the field of cultural heritage
Déclaration sur la diversité culturelle, adoptée par le Comité des Ministres le 7 décembre 2000 lors de la 733e réunion des Délégués des Ministres – Declaração sobre a diversidade cultural, adoptada pelo Comité de Ministros do Conselho da Europa, Dezembro 2000 (em francês) – en français
COUNCIL OF EUROPE:
Recommendation on the promotion of craft trades involved in the conservation of the architectural heritage (86/15), Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 16 October 1986 at the 400th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies)
Recommendation on control of physical deterioration of the architectural heritage accelerated by pollution (88/5) Adopted by the Committee of Ministers on 7 March 1988 at the 415th meeting of the Ministers’ Deputies. Recommends that the governments of member states: take the organisational and programming measures necessary for the development in each country of scientific research on the degradation and conservation of materials; take account of the need to protect the architectural heritage when implementing the general policies pursued by the public authorities to reduce pollution; increase European co-operation with a view to extended mutual scientific and technical assistance. I. Organisational and programming measures necessary for the development in each country of scientific research on the degradation and conservation of materials
Recommendation concerning the protection and enhancement of the archaeological heritage in the context of town and country planning operations (89/5)
Recommendation on the protection and enhancement of the rural architectural heritage (89/6)
Recommendation on the protection and conservation of the industrial, technical and civil engineering heritage in Europe (90/20)
Recommendation on the measures likely to promote the funding of the conservation of the architectural heritage (91/6)
Recommendation on the protection of the twentieth-century architectural heritage (91/13)
Recommendation on the protection of the architectural heritage against natural disasters (93/9)
Recommendation on co-ordinating documentation methods and systems related to historic buildings and monuments of the architectural heritage (95/3)
Recommendation on the integrated conservation of cultural landscape areas as part of landscape policies (95/9)
Recommendation on the protection of the cultural heritage against unlawful acts (96/6)
Recommendation on sustained care of the cultural heritage against physical deterioration due to pollution and other similar factors (97/2)
Recommendation on measures to promote the integrated conservation of historic complexes composed of immoveable and moveable property (98/4)
Recommendation concerning heritage education (98/5)
Recommendation on the promotion of tourism to foster the cultural heritage as a factor fur sustainable development (2003/1)
http://www.coe.int/t/e/cultural_co-operation/heritage/resources/RefTxtCultHer.asp#TopOfPage -Reference Text in the Cultural Heritage field – Resources
COUNCIL OF EUROPE: Other reference texts
European Code of Good Practice: Archaeology and the Urban Project (2000)
Charter on the Use of Ancient Places of Performance (1997)
Santiago Pilgrim Routes Declaration (1987)
Amsterdam Declaration (Congress on the European Architectural Heritage, 1975)

EUROPEAN UNION

European Union : REGULAMENTO (CEE) No. 3911/92 DO CONSELHO de 9 de Dezembro de 1992 relativo à exportação de bens culturais; 1992
European Union: Directive 93/7/CEE du Conseil du 15 mars 1993 relative à la restitution de biens culturels ayant quitté illicitement le territoire d’un État membre 1993
European Union: Directive 97/11/CE du Conseil du 3 mars 1997 modifiant la directive 85/337/CEE concernant l’évaluation des incidences de certains projets publics et privés sur l’environnement 1997
European Union: Directive du Conseil n° 85/337/CEE du 27 juin 1985 concernant l’évaluation des incidences de certains projets publics et privés sur l’environnement [texte consolidé selon directives du Conseil n° 97/11/CE du 3/03/1997 et n° 2003/35/CE du Parlement européen et du Conseil du 26/05 / 2003
European Union: CEN – European Committee for Standardization – Draft Resolution BT C 98/2002 (2002/12/19); Conservation of Cultural Property http://www.cen.eu/cenorm/businessdomains/businessdomains/isss/index.asp-2003/02/12 – CEN, the European Committee for Standardization, was founded in 1961 by the national standards bodies in the European Economic Community and EFTA countries. CEN is contributing to the objectives of the European Union.
European Union: Science, information, education and culture – 16.40 Culture – Directory of Community legislation in force –
31975H0065 – html
75/65/EEC: Commission Recommendation of 20 December 1974 to Member States concerning the protection of the architectural and natural heritage (OJ L 21, 28.1.1975, p. 22–23 1974
41986X1213 – html
Resolution of the Ministers with responsibility for Cultural Affairs, meeting within the Council of 13 November 1986 on the protection of Europe’s architectural heritage (OJ C 320, 13.12.1986, p. 1–1) 1986
31994Y0823(01) – html
Council conclusions of 17 June 1994 on drawing up a Community action plan in the field of cultural heritage OJ C 235, 23.8.1994, p. 1–1) 1994
32001G0306(03) – html pdf
Council Resolution of 12 February 2001 on architectural quality in urban and rural environments; Resolução do Conselho, de 12 de Fevereiro de 2001, relativa à qualidade arquitectónica no meio urbano e rural 2001
European Union: – Directory of Community legislation in force –
Resolução do Conselho, de 25 de Julho de 1996, relativa ao acesso de todos os cidadãos à cultura 1996
Resolução do Conselho, de 20 de Janeiro de 1997, sobre a integração dos aspectos culturais nas restantes políticas comunitárias 1997
Directiva 2001/38/CE, do Parlamento Europeu e do Conselho, de 5 de Junho de 2001, que altera a Directiva 93/7/CEE do Conselho relativa à restituição de bens culturais que tenham saído ilicitamente do território de um Estado-Membro – 2001
Regulamento (CE) n.o 974/2001 do Conselhode 14 de Maio de 2001 que altera o Regulamento (CEE) n.o 3911/92, relativo à exportação de bens culturais 2001
Regulamento (CE) n.° 656/2004 da Comissão, de 7 de Abril de 2004, que altera o Regulamento (CEE) n.° 752/93 que estabelece normas de execução do Regulamento (CEE) n.° 3911/92 do Conselho relativo à exportação de bens culturais 2004

UNESCO

UNESCO : Recommandation définissant les principes internationaux à appliquer en matière de fouilles archéologiques, 5 décembre 1956
General Conference nineth session
New Deli
DATE 5/12/56;Dernière révision 27/01/2000

UNESCO: Recommendation concerning the Safeguarding of Beauty and Character of Landscapes and Sites – More
General Conference twelfth session
Paris
DATE 11 /10/ 1962

UNESCO: Recommendation on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Export, Import and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property – More
General Conference thirteenth session
Paris
DATE – 19 /11/1964

UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Preservation of Cultural Property Endangered by Public or Private works -More
General conference fifteenth session
Paris
DATE 19 /11/1968

UNESCO : Recommendation concerning the Protection, at National Level, of the Cultural and Natural Heritage –More – Recomendação respeitante à Protecção, no Plano Nacional, do Património Cultural e Natural, Paris, Novembro 1972
General Conference seventeenth session
Paris
DATE 17/21 November 1972

UNESCO: Recommendation concerning the Safeguarding and Contemporary Role of Historic Areas – More
General Conference nineteenth session
Nairobi
DATE: 26 /10/1976

UNESCO: Recommendation on Participation by the People at Large in Cultural Life and their Contribution to It – More –
General Conference nineteenth session,
Nairobi
DATE 30/11/1976

UNESCO Revised Recommendation concerning International Competitions in Architecture and Town Planning – More
General Conference twentieth session
Paris
DATE 28/11/1978

UNESCO: : UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity -More – Declaração Universal sobre a Diversidade Cultural, Paris, Novembro 2001
General Conference
Paris
DATE – 2/11/2001

UNESCO UNESCO Declaration concerning the Intentional Destruction of Cultural Heritage – More -Déclaration concernant la destruction intentionnelle du patrimoine culturel, 2003  17/10/2003 More
General conference 32nd session
Paris
DATE 17/10/2003
Entry into force 2003

UNESCO:Declaração de Ottawa sobre as relações entre a UNESCO e os Parlamentares, Canada – http://www.unesco.pt/pdfs/docs/Parlamentares.doc – visa a integração dos valores e dos objectivos da UNESCO nas políticas e nas legislações nacionais – Constituição, na Assembleia da República de um Grupo de Parlamentares
Conference for the Promotion of Relations between UNESCO and Parliamentarians –
Ottawa, Canada
DATE June 2003

UNESCO: World Heritage Committee -Cairns Decision – aimed at improving the representativity of the World Heritage List and managing the workload of the Committee, Advisory Bodies, and the World Heritage Centre -Full text of the “Cairns Decision”, Decision 27 COM 14 Comments and Proposals by States Parties – Translation into English
Evaluation of the Cairns Decision (WHC-03/27.COM/14) – (Paris, 2003)
24th session of the Committee
Cairns, Australia
DATE December 2000

UNESCO: World Heritage Committee -http://whc.unesco.org/en/decisions/1217/ -– 26COM 9 – Budapest Declaration On World Heritage
24th session of the Committee
Budapest
DATE June 2002

UNESCO: Charter for Sustainable Tourism We, the participants at the World Conference on Sustainable Tourism, meeting in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, on 27-28 April 1995, … www.gdrc.org/uem/eco-tour/charter.html-Lanzarote Charter for Sustainable Tourism, 1995 (jointly with UNEP, UNESCO, EU)

Lanzarote
DATE – April 1995

UNESCO – FORUM UNESCO – Declaration of Valencia Universidad Politécnica de Valencia … Declaration of Valencia Universidad Politécnica de Valencia … decide to create an international Forum UNESCO – University and Heritage network, …, http://portal.unesco.org/culture/fr/ev.php-URL_ID=4955&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html

Valencia
DATE – October 1996

ICOMOS

ICOMOS:
Athens Charter – Athens Charter for the Restoration of Historic Monuments (Athens Conference, 21-30 October 1931); General Conclusions of the Athens Conference (1931) – Full Document Text (not on this site) – http://www.getty.edu/conservation/research_resources/1904 – The Athens Charter for the Restoration of Historic Monuments Adopted at the First International Congress of Architects and Technicians of Historic Monuments, 1931
 Venice Charter – Charte internationale pour la conservation et la restauration des monuments et des sites, 1964 , IIe Congrès international des architectes et des techniciens des monuments historiques, International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (The Venice Charter) – 1964 Venise. Entered into force 1965 ; Colaborator- Luis Benavente – 1964
 Florence Charter – The Florence Charter (Historic gardens and landscapes) – 1982
 The Appleton Chartter – Appleton Charter for the Protection and Enhancement of the Built Environment –Canada 1983
This charter acknowledges The International Charter for theConservation & Restoration of Monuments & Sites (Venice,1964), the Australia ICOMOS Charter for the Conservation ofPlaces of Cultural Significance (the Burra Charter of February 23, 1981), and the Charter for the Preservation of Quebec’sHeritage (Declaration of Deschambault), without which it couldnot exist.
 Washington Charter – Charter on the Conservation of Historic Towns and Urban Areas –- 1987
Charter for the Protection and Management of the Archaeological Heritage –Charte internationale pour la gestion du patrimoine archéologique, 1990 -9th General Assembly in Lausanne 1990;
Charter for the Conservation of Places of Cultural Heritage Value (ICOMOS New Zealand, 1992)
Charter for the Protection and Management of the Underwater Cultural Heritage – Ratified by the 11th ICOMOS General Assembly in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 1996
 The Charter Ethos – International Charter on Cultural Tourism – Adopted by ICOMOS at the 12th General Assembly in Mexico, October (1999) View as HTML
Charter on the Built Vernacular heritage – Ratified by the ICOMOS 12th General Assembly, in Mexico, October 1999
 The Burra Charter – The Australia ICOMOS Charter for the Conservation of Places of Cultural Significance – (Australia ICOMOS) – 1999
ICOMOS Charter – principles for the analysis, conservation and structural restoration of architectural heritage – Ratified by the ICOMOS 14th General Assembly, in Vicoria Falls, Zimbabwe, October 2003
 Ename Charter – ( in English as pdf-file – March 16 2007); in French as pdf-file (March 16 2007) – Building on the Venice Charter, the Ename Charter seeks to establish guidelines for the interpretation of cultural heritage sites. It emphasizes the role of public communication and education in heritage preservation, (2004) most recent version of the ICOMOS)- In recognizing that interpretation and presentation are part of the overall process of cultural heritage conservation and management, this Charter seeks to establish seven cardinal principles, upon which Interpretation and Presentation — in whatever form or medium is deemed appropriate in specific circumstances — should be based. The 7 Principles: Principle 1- Access and Understanding; Principle 2 – Information Sources; Principle 3 – Context and setting ; Principle 5 – Sustainability; Principle 6 – Inclusiveness ; Principle 7 – Research, Evaluation and Training
 THE NORMS OF QUITO – The Norms of Quito. Final Report of the Meeting on the Preservation and Utilization … and the most recent ICOMOS meeting, which offered an …1967 … www.icomos.org/docs/quito67.html- Cached – Similar pages
Guidelines for Education and Training in the Conservation of Monuments, Ensembles and Sites – The General Assembly of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, ICOMOS, meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka, at its tenth session from July 30 to August 7, 1993;
 Nara – The Nara Document on Authenticity (Nara Conference on Authenticity in Relation to the World Heritage Convention, held at Nara, Japan, from 1-6 November 1994)
Principles for the recording of monuments, groups of buildings and sites – Text ratified by the 11th ICOMOS General Assembly, held in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 5 to 9 October 1996
Principles for the Preservation of Historic Timber Structures – Adopted by ICOMOS at the 12th General Assembly in Mexico, October 1999
Resolutions of the Symposium on the Introduction of Contemporary Architecture into Ancient Groups of Buildings (1972)
Resolutions on the Conservation of Smaller Historic Towns (1975)
Dresden – Declaration of Dresden (1982)
Rome – Declaration of Rome (1983)
Xan – Xi’an Declaration on the Conservation of the Setting of Heritage Structures, Sites and Areas, adopted in Xi’an, China by the 15th General Assembly of ICOMOS – Adopted in Xi’an, China by the 15th General Assembly of ICOMOS on 21 October 2005

WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION -OMT

UNWTO – OMT- http://www.world-tourism.org/frameset/frame_sustainable.html –
Manila Declaration on World Tourism, 1980
Acapulco Documents on the Rights to Holidays, 1982
Tourism Bill of Rights and Tourism Code, Sofia, 1985
The Hague Declaration on Tourism, 1989
Statement on the Prevention of Organized Sex Tourism, Cairo, 1995
Agenda 21 for Tourism & Travel Industry, 1996
Global Codes of Ethics for Tourism,1999
Hainan Declaration – Sustainable Tourism in the Islands of the Asia-Pacific Regions (2002)
Québec Declaration on Ecotourism, 2002
Djerba Declaration on Tourism and Climate Change, 2003
4 – REPORTS/STUDIES

EUROPEAN UNION: EU project to protect underwater cultural heritage, 2001-2004
COUNCIL OF EUROPE : http://www.heritagecouncil.ie/outlook/contents6/3.html – Heritage Legislation Under Review
RAMSAR CONVENTION SECRETARIAT -http://www.ramsar.org – A Strategy for the Heritage Management of wetlands – 2001
Le site du Journal Officiel français : les 5 derniers numéros du J.O. en ligne
UNEP – United Nations Environmental Programme – http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=43 -4th IPCC report – Press Releases November 2006 – Climate Change Threat to Natural … In highlighting today one aspect of the report–the threats to cherished and widely valued cultural and natural heritage sites—we are underlining how all … http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=485&ArticleID=5412&l=en-
UNEP -– United Nations Environmental Programme – Principles of Sustainable Tourism – Discusses policy concepts and guidelines for applying the concepts of sustainable tourism, including: integration of tourism into overall policy for sustainable development, development of sustainable tourism, management of tourism, and conditions for success. http://www.uneptie.org/pc/tourism/policy/principles.htm
U.E. – COMISSION EUROPÉENNE -Madame Viviane Reding – Encourager le mécénat culturel en Europe –http://europa.eu/rapid/pressReleasesAction.do?reference=SPEECH/02/137&format=HTML&aged=0&language=FR&guiLanguage=en-
Central European University – Cultural Heritage Legislation in the Transistion Countries of South-East Europe, Svetozara Petkova – http://www.policy.hu/petkova/Policy%20Paper.pdf – Cultural Heritage Legislation in the Transistion Countries of South-East Europe, Svetozara Petkov
COUNCIL OF EUROPE – http://www.coe.int/T/E/Cultural_Co-operation/Heritage/Resources/ECC-PAT(2001)161.pdf – Forward Planning “ The Function of Cultural Heritage in a Changing Europe”. Publicação. Cultural Heritage Division, Council of Europe. Experts contributions (119 pages)

5 – USEFUL LINKS

CIPA : http://cipa.icomos.org/ – Official Webpage of the International Committee for Architectural Photogrammetry / Comite International de Photogrammetrie Architecturale. It is a scientific committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
EUROMED HERITAGE : http://www.euromedheritage.net/- Conselho da Europa – Cultural Heritage European Institutions; National Heritage Policies; Convenções do (Links)
E. U. – INDEX CULTURE – http://europa.eu/pol/cult/index_fr.htm –
E. U.– EURO – LEX – EUROPEAN UNION LAW – http://eur-lex.europa.eu/fr/repert/1640.htm- http://eur-lex.europa.eu/en/index.htm –
E. U.- European Integration History Index : http://vlib.iue.it/hist-eur-integration/Index.html
E. U. – TED – SUPPLEMENT TO THE OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION – http://ted.europa.eu/Exec?Template=TED/homepage.htm&DataFlow=hRead.dfl&hpt=ALL&StatLang=EN-
E.U. – EUROPEAN UNION – http://dre.pt/ue/ue.html – JORNAIS OFICIAIS de todos os países – http://dre.pt/ue/eslovenia.html
RAMSAR CONVENTION SECRETARIAT- http://www.ramsar.org
URBO/OWHC- http://urbo.ovpm.org/ -Technical Portal which deals with maneagement of World Heritage Cities
EUROPA NOSTRA – http://www.europanostra.org/lang_en/
APOM – http://icom.museum/statutes.html#11 – STATUTES
TRANSLATION – http://www.translationtown.com/tt/_es/datos/onlinetranslation.asp-
EUROPE HERITAGE NETWORK – Réseau européen du patrimoine
– Cultural protection treaties and other international agreements ; International governments, law and courts – –
http://www.anthropology-resources.net/Contents/law.htmlhttp://fletcher.tufts.edu/multi/cultural.html
EDWIN GINN LIBRARY-http://fletcher.tufts.edu/multi/cultural.html – Cultural protection treaties and other international agreemen

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