Between 18th and 21st of February 2020, the first NETCHER training programme took place in the French National Police College (ENSP) near Lyon, France.
The Book Trafficking Culture: New Directions in Researching the Global Market in Illicit Antiquities by Simon Mackenzie, Neil Brodie and Donna Yates with the collaboration of Christos Tsirogiannis was published on September 2019. It gathers experts who have participated in NETCHER events, and outlines the current state of research and reflection on the illicit market […]
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The British Museum offers to the digital audience a virtual platform against the looting and trafficking of antiquities circulating artefacts.
Dr. Xavier Delestre, Regional Curator of Archaeology at the Ministry of Culture and participant of the NETCHER project, launches the book “Numismatique: Le pillage et le commerce des oboles de Marseille” on looting and ethics of archaeological issues.
Summary of Summary of a workshop on January 24, 2020 at the University of Edinburgh (Michaela Reinfeld and Zsuzsanna Végh)
NETCHER was glad to gather 100+ people from 12 countries for its first Forum, held in Lyon (France) on 25 and 26 February at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 and the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon.
Illicit Antiquities Trade on Social Media (24 January 2020, Edinburgh, Scotland)
NETCHER Forum 1 in Lyon (France), 25-26 February 2020.
On 9 December 2019, Università Ca’ Foscari (Venice, Italy)