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French Senate and government lock horns on restitution
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Restitution de biens culturels : le Sénat veut mettre fin « aux cadeaux diplomatiques »
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COMMISSION SUR LE PASSÉ COLONIAL BELGE : « CET EXERCICE EST IMPORTANT MAIS A-T-ON UNE CHANCE DE RÉUSSIR ?
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crâne d’Ataï France et Nouvelle-Calédonie
In 1878, the great chief Ataï was killed during the rebellion of his clan against the land grabbing by the French colonizers. Become the symbol of the fight against French colonialism in New Caledonia, its head was put on price before becoming the property of the Société d'Anthropologie de Paris (SAP). From the Matignon Agreement in 1988, France promised the return of the Atai skull. However, it was not until 2014, after repeated requests, that the skull was finally returned to its descendants thanks to the vote of a motion within the SAP. The Atai skull return ceremony, supervised by the National Museum of Natural History, took place at its premises on August 28, 2014.
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Crâne d’Ataï - France et Nouvelle-Calédonie
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La Belgique présente sa politique de restitution des œuvres: « Une approche systémique qui permet d’éviter de restituer au cas par cas »
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Circulation et retour des bien culturels appartenant aux collections publiques
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Proposition de loi visant à autoriser la restitution par la France des têtes maories
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French Senate votes unanimously for restitution to Benin and Senegal in 'act of friendship and trust'
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Restitution du patrimoine africain : la Belgique presse le pas
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