– what it is, why it is an issue, what is the historical background to it, where does it take place and what is our role as institutions and individuals in combatting it. With contributions from UCL Research Fellow Dr Sam Hardy, Dr Gaetano Palumbo, UNESCO Representative Brendan Cassar and Qatar Museums Head of Acquisitions Clemance Bergel this promises to be an exciting discussion panel discovering more about this troubling issue which affects the art and heritage worlds and especially the cultural heritage of vulnerable countries in a state of war or civil disorder.
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