The timeless problem of the Illicit trafficking of cultural property phenomenon has forced international and national organizations to adopt protective measures in order to mitigate this serious threat.
Indeed, the involvement of organized crime, the transnational scale of the phenomenon, the potential of money laundering and above all the potential funding of terrorism through the illegal selling of cultural property objects are some of the consequences that should force all the security sector organizations to act.
But the effective confrontation of this criminal activity must be sought in a number of actions security sector organizations - the main body for the protection of cultural property - should follow in order to be effective and efficient.
This webinar wishes to provide a clear view about
-the scale of the problem based on raw data
-training solutions for security sector organizations
-proposals for collaborations towards the desirable goal
which will support the elimination of the phenomenon.
In this webinar we will learn and understand the transnational threats and channels used by traffickers and what can be implemented to help combat this illegal trade.
Orfeas-Konstantinos Sotiriou, National Centre for Public Administration and Local Government
Angeliki Aloupi, Director of the Committee of Prevention and Management of Social Exclusion - Hellenic Community for Behavior Analysis
Dr Gkionis Nikolaos, National Organizations and CPP