Cultural Property Protection (CPP) Pilot Course

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General

Iteration: 31 Aug -  04 Sep 2020

Co-organised with OSCE

NATO LISTED

Perpuse

To provide the participants with knowledge and practical skills in order to be capable to addressed and enhanced the Cultural Property Protection topic.

Learning Topics

-        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

Student Criteria

- OR-8 up to OF-5

- Civilians with relevant work/profession.

 

Remarks

- 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.