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Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk - Yemen

Why a Red List for Yemen?

Armed conflict in Yemen has brought instability to the country and has caused damage and destruction to its cultural heritage. Numerous sites and museums have been affected by the fighting and archaeological objects have been reported stolen or illegally excavated. The cultural heritage of Yemen is protected by national legislation and international agreements, nevertheless, the conflict is endangering the country’s cultural objects that are now at risk of being illegally trafficked.

Thanks to the support of the U.S. Department of State and the scientific contribution of experts, ICOM is publishing an Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk for Yemen in order to provide law enforcement and cultural heritage professionals with a practical tool to identify the cultural objects of Yemen most at risk, with an aim of preserving them for future generations.

 

Download the Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk - Yemen in English

Download the Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk - Yemen in French

Download the Emergency Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk - Yemen in Arabic

Context

Protecting cultural heritage

Museums, auction houses, art dealers and collectors are urged not to acquire objects similar to those presented in the List without having carefully and thoroughly researched their origin and all the relevant legal documentation. Any cultural artefact that could have originated from Yemen should be subjected to detailed scrutiny and precautionary measures before any transaction is conducted.

We wish to remind everyone that ICOM does not provide certificates of origin or authenticity. Only national government authorities are authorised to issue documents related to the export and import of cultural goods.

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