2016 المؤتمر الإقليمي عمّان
2015 مؤتمر القاهرة
We champion better law and policy to key decision makers in government and the market, successfully advocating for practical and proven solutions.
Bilateral agreements between the United States and foreign governments are proactive steps that can be taken to combat illicit antiquities trafficking.
As the United States is the world’s largest market for art, U.S. legislation is an important tool to combat the looting and trafficking of illicit antiquities worldwide.
How We Advocate
We petition our policymakers—from government officials to intergovernmental institutions—to fight cultural racketeering around the world.
Calls to Action
The Antiquities Coalition brings together individuals, institutions, and governments in calling for strong action to safeguard our shared heritage.
The Task Force brings together leaders from the heritage, law enforcement, legal, military, and security communities to develop a comprehensive range of solutions to combat antiquities trafficking.
Oral and Written Testimony
By testifying before congressional committees and other public hearings, the Antiquities Coalition is playing an important role in the decision making process.