The Provenance Research Training Program (PRTP) is a professional training that focuses on property law, Second World War history and art history aspects of establishing the history of possession of any object of movable and/or immovable property. It also trains the participants in presenting their findings in legally acceptable terms in different jurisdictions.
It provides methodological training, including specialized research in public and private archives; a presentation and discussion of legal concepts and instrumentalities at national and international levels, including political, legal, and ethical issues; as well as restitution policies and principles. In addition to facilitating research and providing access to a vast array of information, the training promotes the establishment of international networks of provenance researchers that brings together experts in all relevant fields and countries.
Duration – 5 full days.
Number of Trainers – 6
Number of participants per training – 30