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EU Directives do not apply to the Parthenon Marbles Return After Brexit

Despite some misguided suggestions from different groups with an interest in return of the Parthenon Marbles, the EU education and culture commissioner Tibor Navracsics has clarified matters. He said that the bloc’s directives on the repatriation of national treasures, apply in … Continue reading

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Return of the Parthenon Marbles Our First Priority, Says President Pavlopoulos

President of Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos received a delegation of the Ionian Islands Federations earlier on Friday, which briefed him on their initiative for the repatriation of all elements of culture around the world and asked for his support. READ MORE … Continue reading

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Emanuel Comino our committee’s chair pays tribute William G. Stewart

Emanuel with William in London, January 2000 “I was very saddened to hear of the death of Mr William G. Stewart, a good friend and great supporter for the return of the Parthenon Marbles to Hellas. I saw his excellent … Continue reading

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The Parthenon Marbles Case moot court trial and panel discussion #parthenonmarbles #melbourne #melbournegreeks

    Judges for the moot court trial: Justice Emilios Kyrou and Justice Rita Zammit of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Justice Debra Mortimer of the Federal Court of Australia. Counsel for Greece Paul Anastassiou QC, President of the … Continue reading

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200 Years of Captivity Dinner Dance

More details to come on this.  Visit our Facebook page for the latest draft.  Details on booking and purchasing tickets, coming soon.

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Why the #ParthenonMarbles Must be Returned

Our International Liaison Officer, Russell Darnley OAM has compiled this short video presentation outlining reasons why heritage should be left in its dynamic relationship with the biophysical environment and the cultural landscape. At first Russell reacted to the principle of Elgin’s … Continue reading

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London Commemorative Event

“June was an important month for the Parthenon. Two anniversaries were held, one was a commemoration the other a celebration,” said Emanuel J Comino AM, Chairman of the International Organising Committee – Australia – for the Restitution of the Parthenon … Continue reading

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