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Les méthodes du droit international privé à l’épreuve des conflits de cultures (Volume 357)

(101,256 words)

Author(s): Gannagé, Léna
Gannagé, Léna Keywords: Culture | Cultural diversity | Private international law | Conflict of laws | Pluralism | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT Private international law shows men and women from all walks of life every day, forming family relationships at the borders of legal orders of different cultures. The pluralism of family models prevailing in Europe is opposed to the hegemonism of a single-family model in Southern Mediterranean countries. In this course, Léna Gannagé describes the failure of the methods of private int…

La contribution du droit international au maintien de la diversité culturelle (Volume 363)

(43,519 words)

Author(s): Turp, Daniel
Turp, Daniel Keywords: Public international law | International law | Cultural diversity | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This course is Daniel Turp`s presentation at the 65th session of The Hague Academy of International Law. The cultural exception expresses a European-centrist or even Franco-French problem, corresponding to the economic and cultural interests of the developed countries alone, while cultural diversity, by virtue of its anthropological nature and its genesis within UNESCO, would reflect genuine recogniti…