Patrimonio sirio: estrategia de lucha contra el tráfico ilícito de bienes culturales

Mosaic: several figures at a table, stolen in Hama, Syria, November 2011, 2012/307779-1.7 ©INTERPOL

Amman, Jordania, 10-13 de febrero de 2013

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Since the beginning of the armed conflict in Syria, UNESCO raised its concerns for the situation of the cultural heritage in the country and the risk of illicit traffic of cultural property.

Objectives, participants and partners

UNESCO, with the support of the Federal Office of Culture, Switzerland, and in cooperation with its international partners, is organizing an emergency Regional training workshop to raise awareness on the protection of the movable cultural heritage in Syria.

This meeting brings together international cultural heritage experts, as well as representatives from Syria and neighbouring countries (Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan and Turkey) to discuss and develop an emergency strategy to address the issue of illicit trafficking of Syrian cultural property.

Representatives of FEDPOL, ICA, ICCROM, ICOM, ICOMOS, IFLA, INTERPOL, UNIDROIT, WCO-RILO as well as specialized police (Carabinieri and OCBC) and international auction houses (Christies and Sotheby’s) participate in this meeting.

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