SAFE have launched a "Bring Home Memories, Not Loot" campaign aimed at the cultural tourist. This is part of a wider campaign, I'm looking forward to seeing the rest.
Over the past year, the SAFE team has been hard at work creating new public resources to be used by diverse groups of people wishing to advocate for cultural heritage preservation. Though still a work in progress, various components of our “SAFE Toolkits” will be released on our website over the coming months. These toolkits will be filled with resources available for public use. From posters to social media ideas, apps to event guides, specific toolkits will cater to specific needs, whether you’re a student, teacher, community volunteer, or museum educator. Cultural heritage belongs to everyone, which is why we want to encourage everyone to become a cultural heritage advocate. You bring the passion, we’ll provide the tools. To give you a sneak peek, today we present the ‘SAFE Passport’: a simple reminder to travelers and tourists about the damage caused by purchasing looted artifacts while abroad.Will "responsible dealers" be promoting this initiative?