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New article on legislation for Canada’s Historic Places

Christina Cameron’s analysis on proposed federal legislation for historic places has been published in a new book from the Getty Conservation Institute entitled Consensus Building, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution for Heritage Place Management (2016). Following a review of existing policy and legal instruments in this area, the study presents an unsuccessful attempt in the period between 1997 and 2004 to achieve Canadian federal legislation to protect and conserve all of Canada’s national historic sites and other historic places. This study examines the situation through the lens of a consensus building theoretical framework to ascertain the degree to which consensus building and conflict resolution methods might have been used to achieve a more positive outcome.

 

To consult publication page for Consensus Building, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution for Heritage Place Management.