Nora Visoka-Weller is an internationally renowned expert on cultural heritage protection and art law. She is based at the University of Cambridge, Division of Archaeology and the Cultural Heritage Research Centre. She holds a distinguished position as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in London, and serves as an advisor to the United Nations, the European Union and the Vatican’s Sant’Edigio Community. She has spent long periods in the Balkans, Middle East, Cyprus, Italy and South Africa, professionally affiliated with the governments and international organisations. Nora has directed and curated several international exhibitions and worked closely with artists from United Kingdom, USA, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Serbia, Kosovo and Italy. She has published internationally on the state of arts and museums in post-war countries, cultural heritage and conflict, and creative spaces in war zones. She is passionate about music and language as a means to become closely intimate with a new culture. Nora studied Law at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, Archaeological Heritage and Museums at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge, Conflict Transformation at School for International Training Graduate Institute in Vermont (USA), Transitional Justice at University of Capetown and Art Law with Sotheby’s Institute in Los Angeles.