The common heritage of mankind and the world heritage: correlation of concepts

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https://doi.org/10.53798/suprema.2022.v2.n2.a185

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Patrimônio comum da humanidade, patrimônio mundial, Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da ONU, Convenção da UNESCO, Acordos de Artemis

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Este artigo revisa a história do surgimento e desenvolvimento do conceito de patrimônio comum da humanidade e do conceito de patrimônio mundial. É dada especial atenção à regulamentação jurídica internacional de ambos os conceitos e à análise do seu conteúdo. O artigo revela os critérios e condições para o valor universal do patrimônio mundial, define os conceitos de “patrimônio comum da humanidade” e “patrimônio cultural e natural mundial”. Os autores examinam o debate sobre os acordos de Artemis, o conceito de patrimônio comum da humanidade, em relação ao conceito de desenvolvimento sustentável. No artigo, os autores atentam para a falta de regulamentação legal sobre recursos genéticos marinhos, recursos biológicos marinhos, genoma humano e recursos espaciais. A pesquisa utiliza técnicas científicas gerais e técnicas cognitivas especiais, nas quais são aplicados métodos de análise e síntese jurídica, sistêmicos, jurídico-formal, jurídico-comparativo, jurídico-histórico e dialético. Os autores constataram que, apesar da existência de uma lista das fontes jurídicas do direito internacional para o conceito de patrimônio comum e patrimônio mundial, ela ainda está incompleta e necessita de uma revisão.

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2022-12-19

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EVGENYEVNA GULYAEVA, E.; OLEGOVICH ANISIMOV, I. . The common heritage of mankind and the world heritage: correlation of concepts. Suprema - Revista de Estudos Constitucionais, Distrito Federal, Brasil, v. 2, n. 2, p. 27–49, 2022. DOI: 10.53798/suprema.2022.v2.n2.a185. Disponível em: https://suprema.stf.jus.br/index.php/suprema/article/view/185. Acesso em: 21 maio. 2024.