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UNESCO's Convention on the Protection and the Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: Making it Work

Contents

page

Introduction

1

Part I

Chapter 1
Joost Smiers
The curiosity of a cultural omnivore

9

Chapter 2
Nina Obuljen
From Our Creative Diversity to the Convention on Cultural Diversity: Introduction to the debate

17

Part II

Chapter 3
Garry Neil
The Convention as a response to the cultural challenges of economic globalisation

39

Chapter 4
Hélène Ruiz Fabri
Reflections on possible future legal implications of the Convention

71

Chapter 5
Verena Wiedemann
Empowering audiovisual services for the future

89

Chapter 6
Olaf Gerlach Hansen
Co-operation for Development: Building cultural capacity

109

Chapter 7
Caroline Pauwels, Jan Loisen, Karen Donders
Culture incorporated or trade revisited? How the position of different countries affects the outcome of the debate on cultural trade and diversity

125

Part III

Chapter 8
Ivan Bernier and Hélène Ruiz Fabri
Implementing the Convention

159

Chapter 9
Danielle Cliche
Monitoring the Convention worldwide

179

Chapter 10
Joost Smiers
Unregulated markets don't exist: What kinds of regulations will promote cultural diversity?

193

Part IV

Chapter 11
Joost Smiers
Strategies in favour of cultural diversity: The need for a global cultural movement

207

Chapter 12
Lee Seunghwan
Heritage conventions intertwine with the concept of cultural diversity: Asian and European perspectives

217

Chapter 13
Gina Yu
The Korean screen quota system undermined

229

Chapter 14
Rafael Segovia
The Convention in Mexico: A necessary tool and a vision to be nurtured

235

Chapter 15
Leila Rezk
Negotiating diversity: The meaning of the Convention for the Arab world

245

Chapter 16
Garry Neil
After the Convention: What's next for INCD and the cultural diversity movement?

255

Part V

Chapter 17
Jan Loisen
Can the existing WTO legal framework take into account the cultural specificity of the audiovisual sector?

267

Chapter 18
Christophe Germann
Towards a Global Cultural Contract to counter trade related cultural discrimination

277

Concluding texts

Joost Smiers
Human, cultural rights: Universalism and/or cultural relativism

339

Kader Asmal
What the Convention means to me

353

Annex I

Convention on the Protection and the Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions

359

Annex II

References

381

Annex III

Addresses and biographies of authors

393

 


 
 
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