UNESCO chair team members participated in the international conference The Art Market and the Global South: New Perspectives and Plural Approaches – TIAMSA’s 2019 Conference at the Museum Nacional de Arte Antiga Lisbon, 21-23 November 2019.
Żaneta Gwardzińska, “Private Collections and Private Museums in Polish Law”
Alicja Jagielska-Burduk together with Claudia Quinones delivered a speech The Concept of Due Diligence for Cultural Property Transactions in the 1995 UNIDROIT and 1970 UNESCO Conventions”
Two UNESCO Chair team members partipated in the Symposium on Frontier Issues of Cultural Heritage Law, Law and Policies for the Return of Cultural Property Taken during the Colonial Control or Foreign Invasion (19 th- mid 20th Century). The event was organized on the 21-22 th October 2019 at the Renmin University.
Alicja Jagielska-Burduk presented the paper “The cultural heritage loss - responsive law paradigm”
Prof. Piotr Stec presented the paper Is Righting (Cultural) Wrongs Always Right? Or, the Limits of Restitution.
The International Conference Ratification and Implementation of the 1995 UNIDROIT Convention in Poland June 6, 2019
- Prof. Luis Javier Capote Pérez Universidad de la Laguna, Tenerife presented a paper 1995 UNIDROIT Convention: Spanish experience.
- Alicja Jagielska-Burduk presented a paper Due diligence: standard-setting UNIDROIT legal development
The International Conference Private Collections: Historical and Legal Perspective June 7, 2019
- Prof. Piotr Stec, University of Opole Collections: private law perspective
- Dr Andrzej Jakubowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Art Market Ethical Codes
- Prof. Luis Javier Capote Pérez Universidad de la Laguna, Tenerife, Private art collections: Spanish perspective
UNESCO Chair on Cultural Property Law (University of Opole) was one of the conferences’ organizers.