This event was held on Thursday 1 December 2022, 9.30-18.00 (AEDT) – 2nd international conference of the 4Universities Consortium on Cultural Heritage Law Cultural heritage and sustainable development
This event was held on Friday 2 December 2022, 10.00-18.30 (AEDT) – 1st doctoral colloquium of the 4Universities Consortium on Cultural Heritage Law.
The Hoffman Forum at the University of Miami Law School organised a webinar panel on the restitution of regal and ceremonial artifacts looted from the kingdom of Benin in 1897 by British forces and today located in public and private collections around the world.
A podcast on efforts to document cultural loss during armed conflict and belligerent occupation in Ukraine as part of local and international criminal accountability and reparations initiatives
The globinar theme of ‘new heritage dimensions for the 21st century’ marked 500years of the Magellan expedition – the first circumnavigation of the world.
Removal and return of cultural objects have informed human relations since antiquity.
Professor Donder was elected to the United Nations’ Human Rights Committee
Submission: UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief report on Indigenous peoples’ rights
Professor Vrdoljak and Mr Gordon took part in the virtual regional consultation and provided a written submission to inform the final report prepared by the Special Rapporteur and presented to the General Assembly in October 2022.
Conflict can have devastating effects on the places most important to us.
This event was held on Thursday 28 April 2022, 10 am (Paris time)