|From 26-30 January 2015 in Lebanon Training to Protect Movable Heritage during and after the Conflict and Protect the Museums from Looting|
|21/01/2015 - عدد القراءات : 1649|
In the framework of the project: Emergency Safeguarding of the Syrian Cultural Heritage UNESCO office in Beirut organize on 26-30 January 2015 the training to protect movable heritage during and after the conflict and protect the museums from looting.
The training will involve curators, directors, conservators, managers, archaeologists, university students, and other stakeholders.
The training workshop will include:
- Brief legal training (Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (1954), the Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property (1970), the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage (1972)), the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally exported Cultural Objects, UNESCO-UNIDROIT Model Provisions on State Ownership of Undiscovered Cultural Objects, model legislations and case studies);
- Good practices for fighting against illicit trafficking of cultural property
- Museum disaster risk management, disaster mitigation and safety measures, preventive in situ protection of exposed archaeological sites; identification of priorities for evacuation of movable items;
- Security system and its functions, security equipment such as surveillance and lighting;
- Good practices for basic conservation treatments in emergency situation, condition assessment checklist for movable heritage based on existing models, information on the creation, development and maintenance of inventories of cultural objects and guidelines on how to transfer collections to ‘safe havens’.
The training will involve 25 participants from different cities, specialized in movable heritage conservation and museums with experts on the Syrian heritage legislation from DGAM and Ministry of Interior and the customs.
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