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We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit made up of legal, museum, law enforcement, art, and media professionals whose mission is to generate solutions to legal, political, and risk management problems affecting cultural heritage threatened by looting, trafficking, theft, vandalism, and war.
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Red Arch Cultural Heritage Law & Policy Research is focused on cultural heritage preservation, particularly cultural heritage law, cultural property law, museum law, museum administration, museum policy, cultural institutions security, international law, cultural patrimony, archaeology law, archaeology policy, repatriation of cultural artifacts, imports and exports of cultural heritage, and issues related to the Cultural Property Advisory Committee, the 1970 UNESCO Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property. Topics of specific interest include looted antiquities, antiquities trafficking, archaeological site looting, provenance research, museum accessions and deaccessions, cultural institutions risk management, museum security, cultural objects in the art and antiquities market, cultural property repatriation claims, and wartime looting and vandalism of cultural heritage.The Cultural Heritage Lawyer Rick St. Hilaire blog is a service of Red Arch Cultural Heritage Law & Policy Research, Inc.