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Art Law - Cultural Heritage Protection
Art Law - Cultural Heritage Protection

Art Law - Cultural Heritage Protection

The Courtauld Institute of Art, Vernon Square Campus

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About

This presentation will look at defining cultural heritage and its significance, analysing the key threats arising from conflict and natural disaster. We will examine the international cultural property protection regulatory framework and its evolution, including recent efforts enacted across the EU to target illicit trafficking and terrorist financing, finally drawing on lessons learned from Syria, Afghanistan, Nagorno Karabakh and Ukraine. Fionnuala Rogers will then host a Q&A with Vernon Rapley, Director of Cultural Heritage Protection and Security at the V&A to understand cultural property protection in a museum context. When: Monday 20th March, 6:30pm in LT2. Tickets are non-refundable.

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Opens Mon 20th Mar at 5:45 PM (GMT)
Vernon Square, London WC1X 9DT, UK
The Courtauld Institute of Art, Vernon Square Campus