BRA’s Communications Officer, Janet Foster, participated in a panel discussion at The British Academy on 15 June at an event to mark the launch of a new toolkit to help charities and voluntary organisations improve records management. The toolkit was produced by the British Academy Research Project ‘Digitising the Mixed Economy of Welfare in Britain’ in partnership with Charity Finance Group. For more information, see the British Academy's online 'Campaign for Voluntary Sector Archives'.
BRA have now moved to 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ. This new arrangement allows us to take advantage of competitively priced shared workspace, with access to meeting rooms and off-site storage available at no extra cost. Further information can be found at: http://alanbaxter.co.uk/about/shared-workspace.php
UPDATE: “ARCHIVAL ACCOUNTABILITY GAP…Is there a democratic deficit in archives?”, Conference…reports now available online
Update: the conference reports are now available on-line at: https://archivalaccountabilitygap.wordpress.com/blog-2/ * ...Is there a democratic deficit in archives?" 24-25 January 2017 The Great Hall, Sutherland Building Northumbria University Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 8ST "The conference will begin by looking at the needs of the future generation of users, it will then discuss the vital issues of records management in developing countries. It will consider the importance of records in the investigation of tragedies and transgressions. It will explore how new ...