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
Daniel Scheiblich Rodrigues on Protection of Cultural Heritage in Brazil Brazil has very long and capturing history. Even though some of its' cultural heritage-related professions' regulations are as young as 2018, the insight into the structure and rules of this culture-rich country is very useful. ArtLaw.club had an honour to talk to Mr.Daniel Scheiblich Rodrigues, Sao Paulo State Government’s current advisor to the Department of Municipal Affairs, former chief cabinet officer at the Department of Cultural Affairs and former manager of the Tax Incentive Cultural Program.
Giuseppe Calabi, senior partner at CBM & Partners, on the Italian cultural heritage laws and artwork export license regime Italy has one of the oldest cultural heritage laws in the world. “I won’t necessarily say that it should be considered an example, because there are a few things that do not really work properly, but at least it’ s definitely a model to be considered”, - Giuseppe Calabi said to ArtLaw.club There is a transcript of our interesting talk with the senior partner at CBM & Partners, Mr.Giuseppe Calabi, on the Italian cultural heritage laws and artwork export license regime.
Historic shipwrecks – contemporary challenges: Protection of the underwater cultural heritage This paper by Alla Pozdnakova discusses legal issues pertaining to the international protection of the underwater cultural heritage (“UCH”) against activities directed at the exploration and recovery of such heritage from the seabed, especially historic shipwrecks and artefacts on board such shipwrecks. It gives special attention to protection of UCH in the Baltic and Scandinavian region, as both of them have a rich maritime history (as maritime nations and also as coastal States) in whose waters active commercial and naval navigation has been taking place for a long time*
Importing Cultural Goods in the EU: Do the Means Meet the End? In 2019 the European Union adopted Regulation 2019/880 on the Introduction and the Import of Cultural Goods which introduced new set of procedures and conditions in order to safeguard humanity's cultural heritage and prevent the illicit trade in cultural goods. Here is the overview of a few challenging issues related to the practical application of the Regulation.
Interview with COO of ARTIVE, Ms.Ariane Moser ARTIVE is a non-profit organization, which using the opportunities provided by modern IT solutions, facilitates the protection of cultural property. The team of ARTIVE sees their mission in helping to protect the world' s cultural heritage - looted and illicitly transferred, stolen, missing and otherwise claimed - by recording and indexing data for posterity and preservation through the use of technology. We in ArtLaw.club do share their commitment to protect the world’s cultural heritage and fully agree that only together we can better serve this need. We are proud to offer you an interview with Ms.Ariane Moser, the chief operations office of ARTIVE!
European Union documents on prevention of illegal actions with cultural objects European Union, as well as other international organizations, has adopted a range of documents on prevention of illegal actions with cultural objects. We offer you the list of these documents.