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West Australia's repatriation proposal

West Australia’s State Legislative Assembly has tabled a motion to reunify the Parthenon Sculptures.


World-wide pressure on the British Government and the British Museum is growing

New Zealand is playing its part in the world-wide campaign which is building up to reunify the Parthenon (Elgin) Marbles back in Athens. Reunifying the Marble Sculptures at the place from where they were effectively looted will right one of history’s notable injustices.
On 24 May 2007 the Parliament of New Zealand unanimously passed a most significant motion which reads:

The Parthenon Sculptures — A New Deal?

The American Committee for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures is organising a lecture in Washington on the Parthenon Sculptures.


Cambridge University debates the Elgin Marbles

David Hill, the chair of the International Association, spoke recently alongside Anthony Snodgrass of the British Committee, at a successful debate at the Cambridge Union.



Letter to the Prime Minister

David Hill, chair of the International Association for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures, has recently written to Gordon Brown, the British Prime Minister, to appraise him on the organisation's views on the issue.
Copies of this letter were also sent to members of his Cabinet, Members of the Culture Media & Sport Select Committee & to other relevant politicians. 
12 November 2007


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