Baroness Neville-Rolfe finishes the debate for the government.
She says in recent months the world has witnessed "wanton destruction" of cultural heritage by Islamic State militants, which has shown the importance of the convention.
She tells the House that the government is planning on ratifying the convention officially via a government bill, but UK armed forces already act in accordance with it.
She adds that the government is taking "concerted" efforts against ISIS, attacking them militarily and "squeezing their finances." The government is also working internationally to stop the trade in looted antiquities.
And that's that for the week in the Lords, they'll be back at 2:30 on Monday.