OjoPúblico is a consortium of Peruvian journalists working to expose crime and corruption, in whatever form they take. First established in Peru in 2014, its work is presented on an eponymous digital platform. Its latest venture is Memoria Robado (Stolen Memory), a web-resource devoted to art and antiquities trafficking throughout Latin America, with databases of stolen and recovered objects and in-depth investigative reports. Definitely worth consulting. It shows once more the important though often unacknowledged role of journalists and other members of civil society in tackling the problem. It is not always about law enforcement agencies and international NGOs. A comparable example is the work of the recently established India Pride Project, looking to recover material stolen and trafficked out of India over the past half century. I have mentioned only two projects here, and I know there are more I should have mentioned, but haven’t. My only excuse is that I am advertising some new arrivals. The work of people involved in these projects is making a real difference and is worthy of more international recognition and support.