Some months ago Saving Antiquities for Everyone was working with Turkey's US lawyers (who also help fund SAFE) to produce a conference to help make the case that antiquities should be repatriated to that country.
From what I heard about this repatriation fest, there would be no discussion of the fact that many of these antiquities left before 1970 or that many are also the products of Greek culture, when Turkey's own Greek citizens were ethnically cleansed back in the 1920's.
Yet, nothing more has been heard of this conference, which was originally scheduled for early October. Is there to be a great Turkish showcase? Who will participate? And does anyone really care anyway except SAFE, Turkey's lawyers and some Turkish cultural bureaucrats?