We invite you to the next meeting to disseminate the effects of the project. On April 23 (Friday) at At 12:00 we will talk about treasure hunts, smuggling of monuments and legal issues.
Over a coffee about heritage: treasure hunt, smuggling and the law
We invite you to the next meeting to popularize knowledge as part of the project “Intersectoral challenges: specialist in the protection of cultural property in the event of a crisis and war – development of a postgraduate study program, dedicated to employees working in border areas.”
On April 23 (i.e. Friday) at 12:00, via the Zoom platform and with an online broadcast on Facebook channels, we will talk about the archaeological heritage, its protection and crimes against heritage.
According to the provisions of the Act on the care and protection of monuments, an archaeological monument is: this product. ” During the meeting “over coffee” we will talk about the rules of conduct and the dangers of treasure hunting. Is this a legal hobby? If you are wondering under what circumstances and when a treasure hunter can become a criminal – we will certainly clarify this issue.
At the meeting, we will also answer the following questions:
• Under what circumstances does archeology become an illegal activity, and with what consequences?
• What are the rules for exporting and importing historic buildings abroad?
• When and in what situations are we talking about smuggling?
The topics discussed also include international actions to stop the smuggling of monuments, the effectiveness of such initiatives and the issue of cooperation between states, institutions and services in stopping international smuggling.
We invite you to participate directly on the Zoom platform:
Webinar ID: 989 5606 3874
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The project “Cross-sectoral challenges: specialist in the protection of cultural assets in the event of a crisis and war – developing a postgraduate program dedicated to employees working in the borderland” – benefits from funding of EUR 183,000 received from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway as part of the EEA funds. The aim of the project is to develop a new postgraduate course from scratch. The European Economic Area (EEA) funds are jointly financed by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, whose contributions are based on their GDP. Funds for 2014-2021 amount to EUR 1.55 billion, and the priority areas for action in this period include: innovation, social integration, culture, good governance as well as education and competitiveness The Program Operator is: