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World Heritage
POLICY COMPENDIUM

3 - Policies Regarding CONSERVATION of World Heritage Properties

3.5 - Factors affecting properties

3.5.9 - Other human activities

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Case Law

Synthesis based on relevant Committee decisions

The World Heritage Committee requests States Parties to promote traditional land management practices [and] reiterates its appeal to all Member States of UNESCO to cooperate in the fight against the illicit trade in wildlife and its products, including through the implementation of the CITES, and with the full engagement of transit and destination countries (based on Case law on decisions on the State of Conservation).
Date (year):  2016 2014 2011 2008
Threats:  Civil unrest Deliberate destruction of heritage Illegal activities Military training Terrorism War
See for examples Decisions (4)
Show 40COM 7B.86
Show 38COM 7B.14
Show 35COM 7B.9
Show 32COM 7B.41

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