Should all nations help protect one another's cultural heritage? (Poll Closed)

  • A. Yes
    89.44%
    127 votes

     
  • B. No
    1.41%
    2 votes

     
  • C. Only nations that are states parties to UNESCO should help protect the cultural heritage of states parties.
    3.52%
    5 votes

     
  • D. No, a nation only deserves assistance if it has a stable government, incorruptible officials and adequate museum facilities in which to preserve the protected materials.
    5.63%
    8 votes

     

Posted 5 years.

4 Comments

  • Sachin Bansal - 5 years ago

    I feel strongly that we should have a knowledge transfer exercises on the heritage preservation as "one world" concept. People should share insights and be responsible for their neighbourhoods on global scale.

  • Shruti Das - 5 years ago

    I also feel the same need to create a common platform for all the nations, where they can stand for the preservation of cultural heritage irrespective of nation bias or discrimination.

  • Chris Durham - 5 years ago

    It is the heritage of all humans no matter which country it resides in. after all many countries as political construct. Therefore it should be preserved for future generations to learn from the past

  • Peter Lacovara - 5 years ago

    Of course, it is everyone's responsibility regardless of who it is, but also to train and aid locals and institutions to properly care for their own heritage. To do this is, however it is necessary to confront religious extremism and xenophobia.

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