The Universal Declaration on Archives was initiated by the International Council on Archives and adopted in Paris by the UNESCO on the 10th of November 2011. The International Council on Archives invites all archivists, records managers and the general public, to celebrate this anniversary.
See Us, Hear Us, Walk with Us: Challenging and Decolonising the Archive
Friday, 25 October 2019
How can archives and Indigenous peoples work together, in partnership, to shed light on the past, challenge orthodoxies and create a truly inclusive...
Discover and register to the new ICA training course "Understanding and Using the Universal Declaration on Archives" by following this link
This year’s theme, 'At-Risk Digital Materials', is particularly relevant to us, too, because, for the ICA, this year has been rich in reflections on the matter of archives at risk. After publishing the Guiding Principles for...
Come to the SPA Film Festival Award Ceremony today to discover the winners on 24 October at 3.45pm during the Designing the Archive conference closing ceremony!
International Council on Archives
The ICA believes that effective records and archives management is an essential precondition for good governance, the rule of law, administrative transparency, the preservation of mankind's collective memory, and access to information by citizens.
The International Council on Archives (ICA) is dedicated to the effective management of records and the preservation, care and use of the world's archival heritage through its representation of records and archive professionals across the globe.Read more