Find Your Favorite Gift and Support Our Mission!

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SAFE tote bag

Looking for a special gift for that special someone (or yourself)? Stop by the SAFE store and pick-up a unique gift that spreads the word about saving our past for the future! Check out our selection of t-shirts, tote bags, coffee mugs, and more! Just click the link here.    

Help SAFE Serve You Better: Survey Results

Natalie ChardonnetReport, What do you think?Leave a Comment

We asked. You answered.
About the Survey Between November 2014 and January 2015, SAFE conducted a perception survey among SAFE stakeholders, those who have an interest in SAFE and its mission, to determine what users would like to see from us, and how SAFE can improve. We are pleased to present the results of the survey here. Demographics Two age groups were predominantly represented—ages 26-39 ... Read More

Help SAFE serve you better

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SAFE is working on a planning initiative to better the organization and help achieve its mission. We have designed a survey to measure readers’ opinions of SAFE and its programs, mission, strengths, and weaknesses. We would appreciate if you could take a couple minutes of your time to participate in this survey. Please follow the instructions, and where appropriate, add … Read More

Intern with SAFE and become part of the family

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When I started my internship at SAFE I only had a vague idea of what I was getting myself into. I had seen the post written by SAFE’s previous intern Beatrice Kelly about her time at the organization and I knew that there were numerous ways to be involved. It was a daunting but exciting prospect. It did not take … Read More

Who is Monica Hanna?

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If you’re not already one of Monica Hanna’s rapidly-growing followers: more than 25,000 on Twitter—and add another 2,500 if you’re also following her on Facebook—or if you’re not one of the 6,500 fans of Egypt’s Heritage Task Force, you may not be familiar yet with the winner of SAFE’s 2014 Beacon Award. Lauded within the field of cultural heritage, the Egyptian archaeologist … Read More

Monica Hanna to receive 2014 SAFE Beacon Award

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The archaeologist Dr. Monica Hanna will be the next recipient of the SAFE Beacon Award for her exemplary efforts in shedding light on the looting situation in Egypt. Home to some of the world’s oldest civilizations, Egypt has had a profound influence on the cultures of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. For centuries, Egyptian archaeological sites have been looted – most recently … Read More

Confrontations: A Young Boy’s Temptation

Michael ShamahArticle, Commentary, Confrontations, From the fieldLeave a Comment

SAFE blog’s new series “Confrontations” invites everyone to share firsthand experiences with looting and the illicit antiquities trade. These personal accounts will illustrate the on-going problems of these issues within a global context.  When I was young, before I gained an interest in archaeology and the ancient world, my knowledge of artefacts was merely limited to the Indiana Jones Trilogy. … Read More

Ton Cremers and the Museum Security Network: A SAFE tribute

SAFECORNER10 years after, Announcement, Commentary, SAFECORNER1 Comment

Long before social media the tools: news feeds, Facebook, blogs, twitter, etc. there was Museum Security Network (MSN) the effort: the thinking, the initiative, and most of all, the pioneer spirit of its founder Ton Cremers. Nearly two decades ago, MSN started using the still nascent Internet technology to its best potential, gathering the latest and most reliable news and … Read More

Looting is everyone’s concern

Marni Walter10 years after, Article, CommentaryLeave a Comment

SAFE is grateful to Marni Walter for sharing this reflection with us in observance of the 2013 Donny George Candlelight Vigil for Global Heritage. During the early years of the new millennium, the scope of antiquities looting and destruction of cultural heritage seemed to drastically expand. To all the archaeological damage done for profit to feed the demands of various … Read More

Interested in interning at SAFE? Just do it. Here’s why…

Beatrice KellyReport4 Comments

For the last three months I’ve been interning at Saving Antiquities for Everyone, and the experience has been absolutely incredible. I’ve always been interested in the issues surrounding stolen art, but it wasn’t until I began working at SAFE that I realized how devastating an impact looting has on our understanding of past societies. While a stolen painting can be … Read More