Egypt Takes the Lead to Combat Looting Antiquities Coalition Blog 25 February 2015
SCA press release (9-2-2015): The Arab Republic of Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities Organizes an International Conference Next May to Face the Attempts of Tempering with Cultural Heritage
SCA press release (9-2-2015) "The Ministry of Antiquities Organizes an International Conference next May to face the attempts of tempering with cultural heritage. The Minister of [...]
United Nations Takes a Stand on Cultural Racketeering Antiquities Coalition Blog 16 February 2015
Cultural racketeering is a multi-billion dollar illegal industry that funds organized crime, armed conflict, and terrorism. But when compared to similar transnational crimes — from [...]
ISIS’ deliberate and targeted destruction of cultural heritage in Iraq and Syria has shocked the world and demanded a response. In recent months, we have lost entire chapters of [...]
Archaeological inventories are widely recognized as a crucial first step in safeguarding ancient sites and antiquities. The International Council of Museums calls such databases “a [...]
Digging Out of Tourism Downfalls: Egypt's Archaeology Takes the Stage Deborah Lehr Huffington Post 17 December 2014
From Plunder to Preservation: The Untold Story of Cultural Heritage, World War II, and the Pacific Antiquities Coalition Blog - Tess Davis 5 February 2015
Europol Seizes Hundreds of Smuggled Ancient Egyptian Artifacts in Europe Rany Mostafa The Cairo Post 29 January 2015
Cultural Cleansing is the deliberate and systematic destruction of a targeted group and their cultural heritage, with the intention of eliminating not only a people, but all physical evidence of them.
Cultural Racketeering is the systematic theft of art and antiquities by organized criminal syndicates. The scourge of international antiquities crime and illicit activity is a serious..