Dame Janet Suzman Responds

The BCRPM concurs with our Australian colleagues in their eloquent plea to the Director of the British Museum and would add: “Yes, Mr Fischer, as you say, indeed there is much more to do. The movement unleashed in the world today needs to force those who have profited by peoples deprived of their selfhood by force Majeure, to acknowledge that fact, and make restitution.” Dame Janet Suzman

Dame Janet Suzman is Chair of the British Committee for the Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles.

Support since the beginning

BCRPM has been campaigning for the reunification of the Parthenon Marbles since 1983 and has had our consistent support from the beginning of its campaign.

We value their tireless efforts.

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2 Responses to Dame Janet Suzman Responds

  1. Pingback: Greek Minister of Culture and Sports, Dr L Mendoni, Announces Reopening of Museums in Greece | International Organising Committee – Australia for the Restitution of the Parthenon Marbles

  2. Ellie Thompson says:

    Dear Dame Janet, I’m totally in favour of restitution of cultural artefacts including the Parthenon Marbles. I was privileged to visit the Acropolis in 2000 when it was being restored. Why is there no public petition for the restitution? The UK is a multicultural society. No person with an ounce of education could support holding the ‘Elgin’ Marbles hostage in the 21st century. Greece is entitled to them.


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