Classification of International Policies of Tangible Heritage for Historic Sites
Omar Khasro Akram1, Sumarni Ismail2, Nada Fadhel Mohammed Jamil3, Daniel José Franco4, Andreia Graça5, António Rafael Carvalho6

1Omar Khasro Akram, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

2Sumarni Ismail, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

3Nada Fadhel, Foreign Affairs Office, Kurdistan Re-gion, Iraq  Mohammed Jamil, Foreign Affairs Office, Kurdistan Re-gion, Iraq.

4Daniel José Franco, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, Muncipality of Alcácer do Sal, Portugal.

5Andreia Graça, Polytechnic Institute of Beja, Portugal.

6António Rafael Carvalho, Muncipality of Alcácer do Sal, Portugal.

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Abstract: Historic site is a pot of civilization, preserving the fundamental characteristics of each nation, which distinguishes it from others. It reflects not just its history, identity, but also its urban heritage that contains several tangible values. This research highlights the protection of tangible heritage for historic sites with their surrounding areas who doesn’t have a unified policy not just to their region, but also state. Therefore, there is a dire need to classify the existing international policies for histori-cal sites, aiming to effectively control on tangible heritage preser-vation. After the introduction of the background problem, this research will present the literature on global vision for conserva-tion management policy. The methodology of this research uses a case study, which follows a qualitative method. This study con-tributes to identification of international policies for tangible heritage, highlighting their methods and criteria to each case, then summarizes these policies in categories, based on each method and criteria., proposing a theory on the control of herit-age areas from possible losses, having an international impact towards humanity issues.

Keywords: Tangible Heritage, International Policies, Historic Site, Conservation Management, Conservation Management Policy.
Scope of the Article: Classification