25-26 April 2019, Geneva, Switzerland.
NATO Office of the Secretary General Human Security Unit, Embracing New Challenges in the Era of Identity Wars, 15—16 April, NATO Headquarters.
The final report of the NATO Science for Peace and Security Project “Best Practices for Cultural property Protection in NATO-led Military Operations” (NATO SPS CPP) is available for download here.
The Danish UNESCO National Commission and CHAC co-hosted a meeting to explore how the UNESCO National Commission can support existing Nordic initiatives to regulate the illicit trade with cultural artefacts in the Nordic countries.
Who will stand up? The global lack of institutional capacity to handle cultural heritage challenges in armed conflict. Comment by Frederik Rosén in Conflict and Culture Magazine.
The accession marks an important step for Denmark’s work with cultural heritage protection at the national and international level.
Issue 38 of the NATO Legal Gazette offers 11 articles authored by distinguished academics, military, and civilian personnel, all dedicated to cultural property protection...
The project undertook at systematic assessment of the Danish implementation of the 1954-Convention for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Armed Conflict...
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