Cultural heritage and illicit trafficking in a fragmented Middle East

14/10/2019
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Cultural heritage and illicit trafficking in Middle East

The conference is on 17 October 2019  in the Aula Magna of the University of Turin.

The International Affairs Programme of Compagnia di San Paolo, the Department of Historical Studies of the University of Turin, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the Institute of  International Affairs and OSCE are organizing an international conference entitled “Cultural Heritage and Illicit Trafficking in a Fragmented Middle East” to be held on 17 October 2019 in the Aula Magna of the University of Turin.

The international conference, which involves historians, archaeologists and  museum directors from over twenty universities, research centres and international institutions, is being promoted as part of the New Medproject.

Within  Compagnia’s International Affairs Programme, New Med is a network of researchers and analysts who carry out  policy-oriented studies on safety in the  Mediterranean. At the core of this network of multilateral research – which features researchers from various European countries and the southern shores of the Mediterranean – is the need to rethink the role of multilateral and regional  organizations, making them more suited to responding to the rapid political, economic and safety changes in the region and to the needs of Mediterranean society.

Nicolò Russo Perez, Coordinator of Compagnia’s International Affairs Programme and Advisor of the New Med project is attending on behalf of Compagnia.

Link to register:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfquBFDmhb0Gpoi_9fduBPOfFOZTF7CIpb96aWBVNd6r2i1xg/viewfo

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