Law

CAS International Cultural Heritage Law 2021

This CAS is a unique programme organised by the Art-Law Centre of the University of Geneva aiming at developing the participants’ awareness and high-level understanding of the substantive themes of international cultural heritage law through a modern and dynamic problem-based learning method.

Information

Period

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15 ECTS credits

Language

English

Format

Blended learning

Contact

Dr Alessandro CHECHI
Art-Law Centre, Faculty of Law
+41 (0)22 379 80 41
alessandro.chechi(at)unige.ch

Registration

Contact coordinator
Modules can be followed individually

Fees:

CHF 5000.-

Contribution to the SDGs

Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development

Audience

Student wishing to gain a specialisation in order to start a career in the art and cultural heritage sector
Practitioner of the art and cultural heritage sector that wants to update their knowledge and skills in response to the growing complexity of this sector
Practitioner employed in other fields (including judges, civil servants, state agents, human rights defenders and lawyers) wanting to shift their career trajectory toward the art and cultural heritage sector

Programme

First semester - September-December 2021
Module 1: Art and cultural heritage: foundational aspects
Module 2: The art market: a legal perspective

Second semester - February-May 2022
Module 3: International cultural heritage law and the illicit trade
Module 4: Cultural heritage in danger
Module 5: When the past meets the present: selected issues
 
Third semester - September-December 2022
Module 6: Cultural heritage and human rights law
Module 7: Cultural heritage and intellectual property law
Module 8: The settlement of cultural heritage disputes

 

 

Director(s)

Prof. Marc-André RENOLD, Centre de droit de l'art, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva

Coordinator(s)

Dr Alessandro CHECHI, University of Geneva

Admission criteria

University degree in law or diploma deemed equivalent

Excellent command of English (spoken and written)

Contribution to the SDGs

Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development

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