Effective Legal Governance of WWI Wrecks
Chapter 8: The UK and the UCH Convention
This chapter argues that the best way to protect legacy wrecks is for the UK to ratify the Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage. This argument is underpinned by a consideration of the UK UNESCO 2001 Convention Review Group 2014 Report and the Institute of International Law’s 2015 Resolution, and re-evaluates the UK’s negotiating position and explanation of its abstention of vote at UNESCO in 2001.
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