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Youth & the dangers of Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property. ©UNESCO Beyrouth 2017
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Youth & the dangers of Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property

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The “No to Illicit Traffic in Antiquities” (Youth & the dangers of Illicit Trafficking in Cultural Property) is a project initiated by the Culture unit at UNESCO Beirut in partnership with Biladi Association, and in collaboration with the Ministries of Culture and Education, that aims at combating illicit trafficking in cultural property through heritage-focused educational programs and school field trips.

Place/Country: Lebanon
Type: Documentary
Credits: Philip Bajjaly, director. Joanne Farchakh Bajjaly, participant ; Joseph Kreidi, participant.
UNESCO Beirut, producer. Biladi Association, Lebanon, co-producer ; Lebanon. Ministry of Culture, co-producer ; Lebanon. Ministry of Education, co-producer.
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