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Who owns culture - debate at the Battle of Ideas

Geoff White from the Marbles Reunited campaign is speaking at the Battle of Ideas - a series of debates in London organised by the Institute of Ideas. The discussion he is participating in is on the subject of "Who owns culture".

Losing our marbles? Who owns culture?

Sunday 31 October, 12.30pm until 1.30pm, Courtyard Gallery Battle for the Past


Student protest outside the British Msueum

Matthew Taylor, Treasurer of the International Association and a member of the Marbles Reuited Campaign, attennded a student organised protest in London on behalf of the International Association.

You can also watch a video of the protest here.



The slogan “Bring them Back” echoed all over the British Museum!

London, 25 October 2010


New Acropolis Museum restaurant will stay open during strikes

Despite some reports to the contrary, the New Acropolis Museum's restaurant is not expected to close during planned strike actions.

Restaurant at museum open

Friday October 1, 2010 – Archive

The restaurant and gift shops at the Acropolis Museum will continue to operate as usual, its director Dimitris Pandermalis insisted yesterday, as he rejected reports that shutting down the Organization for the Promotion of Greek Culture (OPEP) would lead to their closure.


UNESCO cultural property committee meets to discuss the Parthenon Sculptures

UNESCO's committee which deals with the restitution of cultural property is meeting in Paris and the Parthenon Sculptures are one of the items on the agenda for the meeting.

UN committee on return of cultural property meets in Paris

20 September 2010

The Parthenon Marbles will be among the cultural treasures under discussion this week as a United Nations committee promoting the return of cultural property to their countries of origin meets for three days in Paris.


The American Committee for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures on Facebook

The American Committee for the Reunification of the Parthenon Sculptures now has a Facebook page where you can become a fan of their organisation.

You can view their Facebook page here.



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