عنوان مقاله [English]
On December 2008, International Scientific and Professional Advisory Council of the United Nations (ISPAC), under a programme called “Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme” held an international conference in Italy, titled “Organized Crime in Art and Antiquities”. 11 articles which were represented at the conference were later published by the council in a book with the same title, edited by Stefano Manacorda.
This article is one of those represented in the conference, which engages in explaining the subject and the forming elements of organized crimes in art and antiquities. It also has a critical review on the Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003 of UK which was passed in order to prevent and punish such crimes. Referring to legislative and practical experiences of UK, which have long been studied by the author, and various approaches toward fighting the so-called crime which are mentioned in this article can be extremely useful to be appended in our country which is rich in antiquities and historical monuments.
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