THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ARCHIVAL SCIENCE OF TRIESTE (ITALY) AND MARIBOR (SLOVENIA) "IIAS"
is organising the 25th International Archival Day, to be held in Trieste on October 19th 20th, 2015, where professionals and scholars of the field, coming from all over the world, will meet and debate about the following topics:
1.   Management, Appraisal and Long Term Preservation of E-records: Archival Response to the Challenge of Long Term Preservation;
2.   Archival Buildings in Terms of Responding to the Emergencies (i.e. design, adaptations, purpose built, emergency planning, space management).

The Congress, as usual, is an integral part of the 9th edition of the IIAS Autumn Archival School, that will continue until Friday, October 25th.

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Below, a map to reach the venue of the meeting from the train station and the bus at the airport.





Meeting 2015

25th INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVAL DAY OF THE IIAS
19th-20th October 2015

Topic

1) Management, Appraisal and Long Term Preservation of E-records: Archival Response to the Challenge of Long Term Preservation,
2) Archival Buildings in Terms of Responding to the Emergencies (i.e. design, adaptations, purpose built, emergency planning, space management)

Language
English, Italian, Slovenian

Date and venue
19th-20th October 2015, NH Hotels (Trieste, corso Cavour 7)

Programm

Monday, 19 Ottobre NH Hotels Trieste,  c. Cavour 7
9.00

Opening Greetings of the Authorities Introduction to the Meeting

Peter Pavel KLASINC, Slovenia
Director of the International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor
Giulia BARRERA, Italy: Greetings
President of the Assembly of the Members of the International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor
Dario FRANCESCHINI, Italy
Ministry of Cultural Heriatge and Tourism
Julijana BIZJAK MLAKAR, Slovenia
Ministry of Culture SR Slovenia
Grazia TAT, Italy
Director of the IIAS Autumn Archival School
Liliana BAGAL, Italy: Greetings
Director of State Archives of Trieste
Jzsef GYRKS, Slovenia
Director of the Slovenian Research Agency
Ludvik TOPLAK, Slovenia: Greetings
President of Alma Mater Europaea - The European Centre Maribor
David LEITCH, Scotland
Secretary General of ICA
Jonathan RHYS-LEWIS, Great Britain
Chair of ICA Expert Groups - Archive Buildings & Environments

Charles KECSKEMETI, France
Former Secretary general of ICA
Summary of the papers presented at the 2014 Conference of IIAS and published in Atlanti 2014

General introduction

Peter Pavel KLASINC, Slovenia
Director of the IIAS
From Classical Problems to Contemporary in Archives and in Archival Science

Topic 1: Management, Appraisal and Long Term Preservation of E-records: Archival Response to the Challenge of Long Term Preservation

Miroslav NOVAK, Slovenia: Evaluation of Archival Material and Re-Use of Information in the Public Sector
Andrei RYBAKOU, Belarus: Management, Appraisal and Preservation of Electronic Records: the Belarusian Experience
Sinia DOMAZET, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Archival Response to the Challenge of Long Term Preservation: Archives of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Era of Digitization
Alizata KOUDA, Burkina Faso: Management of Public Archives in Burkina Faso: Security and Perennial of Electronic Data
Omer ZULIĆ, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Specifics of Evaluating Archival Material in Bosnia and Herzegovina During the Transitional Period
Robert NAHUET, Canada: Management, Appraisal & Preservation of Government Records: Some Aspects of the Canadian Case
Ivana POSEDI - Irena MILOBARA, Croatia: The Legal Framework of Application and Protection of E-Records in the Republic of Croatia
Triantafillia KOURTOUMI, Greek: Web 2.0 in the Archival Domain: Why and How in the Knowledge Economy?

13.30 14.30 Lunch

Maria GUERCIO, Italy: Certification and Trusted Digital Repositories: the Role of Standards and Policies
ivana HEBELI - Nikola MOKROVIĆ, Croatia: Managing a Photograph Collection: ARKzin photo archive Case Study
Lajos KRMENDY, Hungary: Information Society, E-Records and the New Archival Science
Fikrie BERISHA, Kosovo: Digital Archives Management and Permanent Storage of Documents
Sneana PEJOVIĆ, Montenegro: Among Technological Reality, Legislation and Practice: Montenegrin Archivists Facing the Challenge of Long-Term Preservation of E-Records
Ismail ISMAILI - Refike SLEVSI, Kosovo: The Era of Electronic Documents and the Challenges Facing Their Management
Bogdan Florin POPOVICI, Romania: Electronic Records Management in Romania: More Electronic-, Less Records-Management
Alessandro ALFIER, Italy: Digital archives preservation: a culture broth for a new archival paradigm
Mikhail LARIN, Russia: Scientific and Methodical Solutions of Long-Term Storage of Electronic Records in the Russian Federation
Aida KORO BABIĆ, Slovenia: Management, Appraisal and Long Term Preservation of E-records: Role of Archivists and IT Professionals
Olivera PORUBOVIĆ-VIDOVIĆ, Serbia: Digital Master Document: New Original
Anja PAULIČ, Slovenia: European Archival Records and Knowledge Preservation (E-ARK) Project. Goals and Achievements: an Overview
Antonio MONTEDURO, Italy: The ANAI Code of Ethics and Similar Instruments of Alike Foreign Associations
Susanne FRHLICH - Elisabeth SCHGGL-ERNST, Austria: Digital Long-Term-Preservation in Austria

Round table and discussion
18.00 closing session

Tuesday, October 20th NH Hoteles Trieste, 7 c. Cavour
9.00

Topic 2: Archival Buildings in Terms of Responding to the Emergencies (i.e. design, adaptations, purpose built, emergency planning, space management)

Grazia TAT, Italy: Keep Calm: Archives Between Disasters and Prevention
Azem KOAR, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Location Characteristics of Archival Buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cristina BIANCHI, Switzerland: Emergency Planning in Switzerland
Izet ABOTIĆ, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Archival Building: the Condition of Safeguarding Archival Material in Extraordinary Circumstances
Jasna POGAN, Croatia: Archive Buildings in the Northern Croatia: Conditions and Possibilities
Marie RYANTOV, Czech Republic: Archive Buildings in the Czech Republic After 1990: the Czech Archival Wonder and the Present Situation
Christian KRUSE, Germany: Preparing for an Emergency: Building and Organisational Measures
T. Csaba REISZ, Hungary: The History of the NAH Central Buildings Construction
Habibe QOVANAJ - Shpresa MEKAJ, Kosovo: Emergency Planning for Records and Archives Service
Svetlana USPRCOVA, Macedonia: Archival Buildings in General and the Case with the Archival Buildings of the State Archives of the Republic of Macedonia
Abdulmohsin Said AL HINAI, Oman Sultanat: Building of the National Records and Archives Authority - NRAA in the Sultanate of Oman: the Establishment, Designing, and Magnificence Construction
Svetlana PEROVIĆ IVOVIĆ - Irena IVOVIĆ, Serbia: Archival Building Design Challenge: Architects, Archivists and Conservators an the Same Task in Order to Ensure Adequate Protection of Archives
Jelka MELIK - Mateja JERAJ, Slovenia: Archival Law and Regulation of Perservation of Current and Archival Records

13.00 14.00 Lunch

Mojca KOSI, Slovenia: Disabled Persons in Slovenian Archives Reading Rooms: the Problem of Accessibility
Jovan P. POPOVIĆ, Serbia: Unlawfulness in the archives management in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances (opposition of archival commandments and the consequences deriving from it)
Tim HARRIS, United Kingdom: Strategic Positioning of Archives in Disaster Recovery Procedures
Josef HANUS - Emlia HANUSOV, Slovak Republic: Archival Buildings in Terms of Responding to the Emergencies
Duan JOVANOVIČ - Patricija JANKOVIČ - Borut BRATINA, Slovenia: Legal Process Outsourcing as Challenge for Lawyers and Archival Institutions in EU

Round table and discussion
16.00 closing session