Art disputes: the rise of mediation

The arguments on cultural property are happening more often nowadays, and we decided to find out why. Currently, the National Gallery is in defence of its possession of the 100-year-old Matisse masterpiece, which is now situated at the centre of a legal row worth £24.6 million. The descendants of the person painted in the picture […]

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Bid to block staff-free opening for libraries

An idea to make it possible to open libraries even when staff isn’t there is about to be rejected by the majority of Dublin’s city councillors. The initiative makes it possible to open the buildings without staff, so the libraries could work early in the morning, late at night, and even during the weekend. The […]

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