The Committee for Cultural Policy announces publication of nine volumes in a new Global Art and Heritage Law Series, providing locally sourced data and information on law and cultural heritage free to a global audience. The initial nine-volume publication was created in collaboration with TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global, pro bono legal programme.
The Committee for Cultural Policy is a U.S. non-profit organization established to strengthen the global dialogue on arts policy. The Thomson Reuters Foundation’s TrustLaw connects volunteer law firms and legal teams to non-governmental organizations and social enterprises effecting social and environmental change. Together, our goal was to create independent, professionally produced research papers on art and heritage law from a range of countries and cultural perspectives.
The entire Global Art and Heritage Law Series is accessible for free to the public. Click on any report to read or download a copy in .pdf format.