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The long and winding road of the Restitution process of the colonial collections

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The ambition of Restitution seemingly promises fundamental changes on the recognition of the ownership and its extraordinary levels of historical violence & cultural harm of the colonial past; or Is it a convenient political ploy, rather than being morally and ethically motivated?
Is it true that the current legal framework does not provide for rules on the return of cultural objects to source communities? What needs to be done? What can we draw from the past Restitution and Repatriation effort? Can Restitution lead to Reparation?
Join us in this thought-provoking webinar with
Evelien Campfens (Universiteit Leiden)
Jos van Beurden (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) and
Sri Margana (Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta).
Moderated by renowned journalist Michel Maas.
When: Tue, 6 April at 14.00 CET or 19.00 WIB
Hosted on zoom.
Please register here: https://bit.ly/32ycnuo
Artikulli paraprakResearching Provenance, Object biographies and Collectors
Artikulli tjetërConference2021

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