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The Shock of the Record: Why Archives Matter

Our first 'The Shock of the Record' webinar was held on 18 March. For those who missed it (or would like to watch again) a recording is now available, and can be viewed below. The video has closed captions. The next webinar in the series will be held on 17 June and booking is now open: https://www.history.ac.uk/events/who-creates-record-and-why-evidence-under-attack  

New Seminar series ‘The Shock of the Record : Archives and Truth’

Further to the British Records Association (BRA) forum on Archives and Truth  the BRA will be contributing to the Institute of Historical Research (IHR) Partnership Seminars series. These seminars, called ‘The Shock of the Record : Archives and Truth’ will build upon the themes discussed in the 2019 forum and cover topics related to trust in archives and records, digital literacy and current scepticism of facts and evidence in our society. Details of the seminars are now available on the IHR website . The seminars are open to anyone with an interest in records and archives and can be booked online. Attendance is free of charge. The first ...

NEW COVID 19 FUNDING FOR RECORDS AT RISK

The British Records Association were delighted to be part of the Assessment Panel for the Covid-19 Archives Fund, which was launched by the National Archives in December 2020. The successful applications have now been announced and further details can be found on TNA’s web-site: https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/news/covid-19-archives-fund-grants-awarded/