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Web Series #10 – Cultural Heritage and Global Challenges

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Web Series #10 – Cultural Heritage and Global Challenges

On this tenth web series episode of “Prime Analysis”, we welcome, Professor Stavros Katsios, Professor and Director of the GEOlab, UNESCO Chair on Threats to Cultural Heritage, from the Ionian University located in Kerkyra (Corfu), in Greece.

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On this tenth web series episode of “Prime Analysis”, we welcome, Professor Stavros Katsios, Professor and Director of the GEOlab, UNESCO Chair on Threats to Cultural Heritage, from the Ionian University located in Kerkyra (Corfu), in Greece.

In this episode, we go further. We examine the importance of cultural heritage, history and the importance of personal engagement in the global community discourse of and about global affairs. We discuss the life and personal and professional engagement and experiences in the field of cultural heritage. We attempt to comprehend, the importance, seriousness and value added to the global political landscape. History, and Culture matters. We engage on and about professional and life experiences and cases related to cultural heritage. The discussion that wars recently have caused. We review the importance and works of the United Nations and in specific UNESCO. The challenges and opportunities. We envision the importance of good and strong leadership in the field of cultural heritage and how decisions are taken. What is the role of UNESCO and how decisions and collaborations are taken. How effective is the coordination between UNESCO, academics and the protection methodology applied from each state. How to achieve greater collaboration in leadership levels and organizations to protect cultural heritage considering the depth of destruction mainly caused due to wars or civil wars. Prime analysis and its discussant, provides recommendations for the future generations to come.

Prime Analysis is a public discourse scientific and professional series. Among others, we discuss issues of national and international affairs and concern. On leadership and decision-making to political affairs, showcasing regional and international politics, global issues, cultural and historical affairs, we also engage in examination and discussion on market economic issues which hold a global impact, considering political, economic affairs, international trade, technology, and R&D, among others.

Stavros KATSIOS is Professor of International Economic Relations and International Economic Crime at the Ionian University, Kerkyra (Corfu), Greece. He is holder of the UNESCO Chair on Threats to Cultural Heritage and Cultural Heritage related Activities ​and​ director of the GEOLAB INSTITUTE. He specialises in governance and economic crime (e.g. corruption, money laundering). He has​ ​served as elected Vice Rector for Economic Management and Development of the Ionian University​ and​ represented the Greek Rectors’ Conference for the formulation of the Qualifications’ Framework of the Greek Educational System (2011-2015). He has studied law at the University, Cologne, Germany, at Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA and at the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece. He is a lawyer, member of the Thessaloniki Bar (1990) and of the German Bar Association (1996). He has lectured on economic crime at the School of National Security of the Hellenic Police Academy and at the Hellenic Banking Institute (HBA). 2004 he was appointed to the Working Group “Non Tax Revenues–Money Laundering Proceeds” of the Greek Ministry of Economy for drafting the new Greek Tax Law and became the first Greek member of the USA-based “Association of Certified Ant-Money Laundering Specialists” (ACAMS). Since 2009 he is a frequent invited speaker at the International Symposium of Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge University, UK. He has published various books and articles in Greek and foreign scientific Journals volumes. ​He was the strategic advisor of Corfu’s bid for European Capital of Culture 2021. 2016-2019. Upon recommendation of the Bank of Greece he ​​was appointed by the Greek Ministry of Finance as co-coordinator of the Greek National Risk Assessment Expert Committee on Money Laundering and Corruption for the FATF Mutual Evaluation Process on Greece.

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