Following the UK’s Repeal of the EU Import Regulation in Great Britain, will Northern Ireland become a gateway to Europe for illicit cultural property? Recommendations for the UK to mitigate this risk and seize the opportunity to strike the right balance.
Fionnuala Rogers makes recommendations for British government to close a gateway for illicit cultural property.
How Can We Advance The Cause of Protecting Cultural Heritage and Antiquities? Leverage Public Awareness Campaigns
Claire Buchan Parker explores ways in which public awareness campaigns have been used to advance the protection of human life, endangered species, and antiquities, and offers suggestions for how NGOs, individuals, and other interested parties can advance the cause of protecting cultural heritage and antiquities.
Can the Cultural Property Market Ever Be a Legitimate Market? With Multilateral Export Control Regimes, It Can.
Sam Greene advocates for preventing the illicit trade by fortifying the legitimate trade through the use of a Multilateral Export Control Regime (MECR).
Terry Townshend builds on recent developments by examining the climate change-related risks facing cultural World Heritage Sites and makes recommendations for how to assess and mitigate those risks.
Justice Luigi Marini argues that a collaborative approach through the establishment of a network with authorities, the academy and the community at the national and local levels is needed to adequately support archaeologists who bear witness to looting in this Commentary.
Do Archaeologists Have an Ethical Obligation to Report Looting? Protecting Antiquities and an “Ethical Double Standard”
Blythe Alison Bowman Balestrieri draws from a global survey on why many field archaeologist say they do not report archaeological site looting when they encounter it, and argues that the duty to report should be a central tenet of a field archaeologist’s professional ethics.