UNESCO to blame : reality or easy escape?

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Anna Pereira Roders; Anna Beatriz Grigolon;

“UNESCO to blame” is a trend often observed in scholarly works. In those studies UNESCO is accused to privilege Eurocentric standards on heritage conservation. Is this reality or an easy escape? Can this trend be noted in other UNESCO reference texts? This article seeks... View more
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