Protecting Cultural Property in Armed Conflict - Obligations in War and Peace
A mosque damaged in the fighting in Azaz, Syria. Photo: ICRC / T. Voeten
Australian Red Cross and the University of Adelaide Law School invite you to attend this important conference.
Culture is a crucial part of a society's identity and history. Under international humanitarian law, cultural property is to be protected and respected during times of war.
The conference is an opportunity to bring the issue of protections for cultural property in armed conflict to the fore in the thinking of Australian decision makers and provide a forum for academics and other experts to share their insights and experience.
Date Wednesday 7 - Thursday 8 December, 2016
Venue University of Adelaide Law School, Ligertwood Building
Contact Anna Griffin email@example.com 02 9229 4294
Student/Concession or Australian Red Cross People $25
Download the event flyer.