Standard Tecnici: Codici – Carte
Code of Ethics of the ICOM Committee for Conservation “The Conservator-Restorer: a Definition of the Profession”
First Brazilian Seminar About the Preservation and Revitalization of Historic Centers July 1987
On the Conservation of Historic Towns and Urban Areas.
Charters adopted by the General Assembly of ICOMOS. Resolutions and Declarations of ICOMOS Symposia. Charters Adopted by ICOMOS National Committees. Other International Standards.
Members of the trade in cultural property recognize the key role that trade has traditionally played in the dissemination of culture and in the distribution to museums and private collectors of foreign cultural property for the education and inspiration of all peoples.
They acknowledge the world wide concern over the traffic in stolen, illegally alienated, clandestinely excavated and illegally exported cultural property and accept as binding the following principles of professional practice intended to distinguish cultural property being illicitly traded from that in licit trade and they will seek to eliminate the former from their professional activities.