The campaign against illicit trafficking of cultural property is a collaboration between The National Museums of World Culture, Sweden; The Swedish National Commission for UNESCO; Swedish ICOM; and the Swedish National Heritage Board.

International Council of Museums Sweden

Swedish ICOM is a committee of the International Council of Museums. ICOM is an international organization of museums and museum professionals, formed in 1946, with the formal status within UNESCO. ICOM working for the society and its development, with a particular focus on ensuring the conservation, development and protection of cultural goods. Global ICOM organizes more 35,000 members and 20,000 museums in 136 countries.

Swedish National Commission for UNESCO

UNESCO is the United Nation's coordinating body for education, science, culture and communication. The Swedish National Commission for UNESCO advises the Government on the activities of UNESCO and spreads knowledge of UNESCO's work in Sweden.

Riksantikvarieämbetet (The Swedish National Heritage Board)

The Swedish National Heritage Board serves since the 17th century as Sweden's central administrative agency in the area of cultural heritage. Our assignment includes ensuring that the cultural value of buildings and landscapes is preserved, utilized and developed. We also work with questions regarding illicit trade of cultural heritage. Our vision is "Thinking in time".