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What Are Cultural Rights?. ©UNESCOCopyright: ©2017
What Are Cultural Rights?
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Did you know that the ability to access, participate in and contribute to cultural life is considered a human right? In the latest episode of the Culture Sector podcast, “Talking about Culture”, Karima Bennoune, the UN special rapporteur in the field of cultural rights, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about cultural rights, including: What are cultural rights? What is their basis in international law? Can cultural rights ever be used to justify limits on the rights of women and girls? You can listen to this fascinating podcast here.


on this subject: Talking about Culture

Place/region UNESCO HQ
Series: Culture speaks
Type: Interview
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Authors and personalities: George Papagiannis, interviewer. Karima Bennoune, interviewee.
Production: UNESCO Bureau of Public Information, producer. UNESCO Culture Sector, sponsor.
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Rights/Droits: CC-BY-SA

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