The Antiquities Coalition unites diverse experts from the world of heritage, government, business, law, diplomacy, policy, security, technology, and archaeology. Our innovative and pragmatic work, such as convening ten Middle East and North African nations to generate solutions to heritage trafficking, empowers communities and countries in crisis.
United Nations February 28, 2017 Submitted by Peter Herdrich "Promoting and Strengthening the International Legal Framework for the Protection of Cultural Heritage convention" United Nations, February 28, New York City. The principal effort by [...]
China’s Art Market Is Booming – But Not for Foreigners As China’s auction houses expand abroad, foreign firms are tightly restricted from entering the booming Chinese market. By Deborah M. Lehr|February 25, 2017 Image [...]
2017 National Cultural Heritage Moot Court Competition February 24, 2017 Winners of 2017 Moot Court competition: Daniel Pickolick and Kyle Owen from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. Photo Credit: DePaul [...]
Antiquities Coalition Returns to New Orleans for Cultural Heritage Law Seminar on Museums, Ethics, and the Law The Antiquities Coalition is proud to have joined with the Federal Bar Association of New Orleans, the nation’s [...]
Winning Friends and Influencing Policy through Cultural Heritage Deborah Lehr Chief Executive Officer, Basilinna; Senior Fellow, The Paulson Institute Egyptian Foreign Minister Shoukry and Secretary of State Kerry sign Cultural MOU Secretary John [...]
Repatriating the Past: Filling the Holes in Egypt’s History Left by Looting – Katie A. Paul, The Antiquities Coalition UPON ENTERING THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM AS TOURISTS SCAN THE CASES OF “WONDERFUL THINGS,” ONE CASE CONTAINING [...]