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
UNIDROIT 1995 Convention anniversary conference - Cultural objects at the crossroad of rights and interests
Awareness raising and protection of archaeological heritage Significant amount of illegal excavations and information regarding Internet trade of protected artefacts, the number of criminal cases and other violations strongly implies that Latvian archaeological heritage is endangered. The detailed situation unfortunately is not precisely known since correspondent statistical data are not being processed and analysed on regular basis. The Article reveals practical solutions to the problem, as well as describes the analysis of national situation regarding protection of archaeological artefacts*
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!