Materials that address the need to preserve the world’s cultural heritage are rarely aimed at the general public, and their message is often obscured by academic jargon. It’s urgent that we make that message generally available. SAFE does not propose oversimplification or “dumbing down.” Rather we propose clear and direct communication, delivered to the public in a way that’s powerful and accessible.
Campaigns designed to raise awareness and engage public participation to say YES to preservation and protection and NO to plunder and .
SAFE hosts Global Candlelight Vigil to commemorate the looting of the Iraq Museum in an effort to shed light on the vulnerability of our shared cultural heritage.
To mark the 10th year anniversary of the looting of the Iraq Museum, SAFE holds The Donny George Candlelight Vigil for Global Heritage to look back on the last decade and to look ahead.
No statement is too small. Make a statement today by adding your name to those who believe that our shared cultural heritage must be protected.
Simple steps to help spread the word about the global awareness campaign.
- Profiles of individuals who are making tangible contributions towards the mission of protecting and raising awareness about our shared cultural heritage.
- A Flickr project to collect pictures and videos of life in Haiti before the earthquake that took place January 12, 2010.(More)
Awareness campaign in response to the demolition of Old Kashgar City in Xinjiang, China.