Iteration: 31 Aug - 04 Sep 2020
Co-organised with OSCE
To provide the participants with knowledge and practical skills in order to be capable to addressed and enhanced the Cultural Property Protection topic.
- Leagal framework governed CPP
- Responsibilities of Armed Forces and Non-State Actors across the spectrum of armed conflict
- Criminological Aspects in Illicit Trade of Cultural Property
- Contribution of OSCE, UNODC and Interpol to CPP
- Role of GOs, NGOs and IOs in CPP
- Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risk Assessment for CPP in Operational Environment
- Data Collection and Risk Assessment
- Peacekeeping/support mission in the CPP operational context
- Internet and Dark Web
- Education in CPP Topics
- Responding in the event of evidence of ongoing or recent damage or destruction to cultural property
- INTERPOL - Stolen Works of Art Database
- Proposing Best Practices for Cultural Property Protection and Combating Trafficking in CPP
- OR-8 up to OF-5
- Civilians with relevant work/profession.
- Up to 35 participants (20 slots are available to international students). Allocations will be on a “ first comes – first served ” basis.
- Domestic (inland) transportation support (from Thessaloniki airport to the MPSOTC) will be provided by MPSOTC.
- Accommodation, food and drink expenses are to be paid by the participants (NATO countries).
- There will be no charge for lodging and messing for some PfP, MeD and other countries,according to bilateral arrangements.
- Duration: 1 Week.
- Course fee: 130 € per week.
- Dress: Service and battle uniform.