The Victoria and Albert Museum’s Culture in Crisis Programme, in partnership with the REVIVE Campaign, are pleased to announce a hybrid in-person and online seminar exploring the past, present and future of damage and destruction to cultural heritage as a result of conflict and war in the Middle East. Bringing together experts from different fields, the session will be an opportunity to hear current research and concerns around the impact of conflict on heritage and what can be done to mitigate the risks and to restore cultural heritage that has been damaged or destroyed.
There will be a networking session after the presentations for in-person attendees.
Confirmed speakers below and further speakers to be announced shortly…
- Dr Bill Finlayson, Project Director - EAMENA Project, Oxford University
- Matthew Offord MP for Hendon since 2010 and Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Explosive Threats since 2016
- Nigel Ellway, Founder and Policy Director of REVIVE Campaign
- Vernon Rapley, Director of Cultural Heritage Protection and Security
To reserve a place, email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Whether you wish to attend online or in person
- Venue: Hochhauser Auditorium, The Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, London