Benchmarks for Archaeology and Heritage Protection 2019-2024 Archaeology and cultural heritage are typically perceived as a national issue, but taking into account the open borders and other aspects of the EU common policy, many issues relevant to cultural heritage are important not only at national but also at EU level. Therefore, in view of the European Parliament elections, the European Association of Archaeologists has developed a document entitled "Benchmarks for Archaeology and Heritage Protection 2019-2024”. The document covers topics important for coordination and/ or dealing with at EU level. This year, when it comes to choosing which party to vote for in the European Parliament elections, it is important to know the positions of these parties on the protection of cultural heritage and archaeological artefacts in the upcoming European Parliament debates.
Protecting the Past is the Key to the Future: Rights of Archaeological Heritage Stakeholders and Social Justice We are inviting you to participate in the 28th Annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists to be held in Budapest, Hungary, 31 August - 3 September 2022. Please submit your papers to the session of the Community of the Illicit Trade in Cultural Material till 10 February 2022.
Published research on archaeological sites' damage assessment At the end of August the comparative research on archaeological sites' damage assessment was published in co-authorship with ArtLaw.club founder Irina Olevska