In november 2001 after many years of discussion the unesco convention on protection of the underwater cultural heritage was adopted patrick okeefe has now revised and updated his original article by article commentary on this convention providing background information and insights into the thinking behind the provisions. Shipwrecked heritage a commentary on the unesco convention on underwater cultural heritage patrick j okeefe shipwrecks are a significant source of history derived from archaeological examination they are also a source of wonder and enjoyment for those who can go beneath the sea or experience these . Eastern african states have also resolved to ratify the 2001 unesco convention on the protection of the underwater cultural heritage is a treaty that was adopted on november 2 2001. The management the exhibition of the shipwreck deltebre i la histria dun naufragi encourages a responsible and non intrusive public access to underwater cultural heritage and increase the public awareness appreciation and protection of heritageadditional publication in magazines about cultural heritage dissemination press documentaries and other media promote awareness. The convention on the protection of the underwater cultural heritage is a treaty that was adopted on 2 november 2001 by the general conference of the united nations educational scientific and cultural organization unesco
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