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Issues 2014

Peter Pavel KLASINC, Slovenia, Director of the International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor: Report
Mauro TOSTI CROCE, Italy: President of the Conference of the Members of the International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor: Greetings
Grazia TATÒ, Italy, Director of the IIAS Autumn Archival School
Claudia SALMINI, Italy, Director of State Archives of Trieste
Franci DEMŠAR, Slovenia: Director of the Slovenian Research Agency: Greetings
Ludvik TOPLAK, Slovenia: President of Alma Mater Europea – The European Centre Maribor: Greetings

Charles KECSKEMETI, (France), Former Secretary general of ICA: Summary of the Papers Presented at the 2013 Conference of IIAS and Published in “Atlanti” 2013

General introduction

Peter Pavel KLASINC, (Slovenia), Director of the IIAS / direktor MIAZ: Archives between the Profession, Policy and Civil Society
Giulia BARRERA, (Italy): Draft European Regulation on Privacy, and How it Will Affect Us

Topic 1: Archives and human rights

Michael COOK, (England): The International Human Rights Movement: How Should Archivists Respond
Snežana PEJOVIC, (Montenegro): Interest of Political Elites of Societies in Transition in Historical Archives: Experiences from Montenegro
Anne J. GILLILAND, (USA) – Sue McKEMMISH, (Australia): The Role of Participatory Archives in Furthering Human Rights, Reconciliation and Recovery
Živana HEÐBELI, (Croatia): Archives and Human Rights in Croatia
Aida ŠKORO BABIC, (Slovenia): Archival Records and Personality Rights
Cristina BIANCHI, (Switzerland): The Importance of Archives for Human Rights: Daily Evidence in the HRWG Newsletter
Matthias BUCHHOLZ, (Germany): The German Federal Government’s Support of Independent Archives of the Civil Rights Movement in the Former GDR
Izet ŠABOTIC, (Bosnia and Herzegovina): Archives in the Function of the Execution of Civil and Human Rights: Experiences of the Archives of Tuzla

Topic 2: Access and legal requirements (data protection, copyright)

Elisabeth SCHÖGGL-ERNST, (Austria): Access to Archives: Are the Restrictions Still Appropriate?
Yolanda CAGIGAS OCEJO, (Spain): The Personal Archives of the Spanish Democratic Transition Presidents and Ministers (November 1975/October 1982)
Svetlana USPRCOVA, (Macedonia): Access to the Archival Material and its Protection in the State Archives of the Republic of Macedonia
James LOWRY – Elizabeth SHEPHERD, (England): The Open Government Partnership: Implications for National Archives
Francisco Javier AGUADO GONZÁLEZ – Inés IRURITA HERNÁNDEZ, (Spain): The Political Transition to Democracy in Spain: the Importance of Personal Archives as Source for the Recent Political History
Kaia IVASK, (Estonia): Public and Restricted Access to Archival Documents: National Archives of Estonia (NAE)
Tibor Csaba REISZ, (Hungary): The Freedom of Research and its Boundaries in the Archives in Hungary (since 1945)
Bogdan Florin POPOVICI, (Romania): Private Historical Archives: Between Public Interest And Private Property In Communist Romania
Zdenka SEMLIC RAJH, (Slovenia): Copyright in Archives: an Instrument for the Safeguarding of Cultural Identity

Topic 3: Advocacy and outreach

Iva GOBIC VITOLOVIC, (Croatia): Strategy for Preservation of Archival Books
Jedert VODOPIVEC TOMAŽIC – Jana LUDVIK, (Slovenia): Preservation Inventory of Archival Material in Book Form
Melania ZANETTI – Alessandro GIACOMELLO – Ketti ANGELI – Alessandro PESARO, (Italy): Cultural Heritage to Preserve: the Conservation Project of the Maps from the “Tavolare” Cadastral System in Trieste
Jelka MELIK – Mateja JERAJ, (Slovenia): Archives: Captive of the Government
Triantafillia KOURTOUMI, (Greek): Focusing on Evidence not Information: the Grand Convergence between Archives and Policymaking in the Knowledge Society
Elena ALEKSEEVA, (Russia): Legal Foundations of Archival Sctivities in the Russian Federation
Jovan P. POPOVIC, (Serbia): The Definition, Importance, Development, Place and Role of Advocacy in Society and the State, with Special Reference to Culture and Archival Activities
Anna KOSOVA, (Ukraine ): The Archives of the Crimea 2014: Protection, Preservation and Support

Topic 4: Education

Grazia TATÒ, (Italy): Archival Training: an Obstacle Course?
Andrei RYBAKOU, (Belarus): Training and Educating Professional Archivists and Records Managers in Belarus
Muhammad MEZBAH-UL-ISLAM – Bilkis BEGUM – Mamun MOSTOFA, (Bangladesh): Developing a New Academic Discipline of Archives and Records Management (ARM) in Bangladesh
Christian KRUSE, (Germany): Archival Education in Germany in 2014
Magdalena MAROSZ,  (Poland): Archival Education
Marie RYANTOVÁ – Michal WANNER, (Czech Republic): Between Tradition and Innovation: State, Problems and Perspectives of Archival Education in the Czech Republic
Michail LARIN, (Russia): Modern Tendencies of Archival Education in Russia
Josef HANUS – Katarína VIZÁROVÁ – Milena REHÁKOVÁ – Emília HANUSOVÁ, (Slovak Republic): Training and Education: the Key Role in Heritage Preservation of Archives, Libraries and Other Cultural Institutions
Azem KOŽAR, (Bosnia and Herzegovina):  Contribution of the Project “Archival Practice” Towards Education of Archivists in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Surrounding Countries
Francis GARABA, (South Africa): From Obscurity to Frontline: Striving for Transformation for Archives and the Archival Profession from an Advocacy Perspective for the Pietermaritzburg Cluster of Theological Libraries (PCTL) in South Africa
Iulia CHESCA, (Romania): Professional Training in Archival Studies in Romania: Current Status and Development
Miroslav NOVAK, (Slovenia): Archival Sciences and Records Management: Distance Learning at the DOBA Faculty in Maribor
Đoan Thi HOA, (Vietnam): The Current Situation of Pre-Service Training of Human Resource for Archives in Vietnam

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