28th International Archival Day


The collaboration will continue this year between the IIAS and the NH Hotel, which will host the 28th International Archival Day on November 19th and 20th. Professionals of the field coming from various parts of the world, will discuss the topics on private archives and data protection regulation. After the days of the conference the activity of the IIAS will continue until the end of the week at the Aquapark Hotel uterna Koper, with the 12th edition of the Autumn Archival School for young Italian and foreign archivists.

To respect the capacity limits of the conference hall, we kindly ask all participants to register with the form below and send it, duly completed , by e-mail at: info@iias-trieste-maribor.eu

Please find below the registration form (to download the form and fill it in, click with the right mouse button and select the "Save object as" option)

Followed by the map to reach the conference venue from the train station and the airport bus.





Meeting 2018

28th INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVAL DAY OF THE IIAS
19th-20th November 2018

Topic
1) Private Archives: Questions of Protection and Access
2) General Data Protection Regulation

Language
English, Italian, Slovenian

Date and venue
19th-20th November 2018, NH Hotels (Trieste, corso Cavour 7)

Programm

Monday, October 19th, 9.00


Opening Greetings of the Authorities Introduction to the Meeting

General Introduction

Peter Pavel KLASINC, Slovenia: Private Archives and Data Protection Today: Introductory thoughts

Tema 1: Private Archives: Questions of Protection and Access

ivana HEĐBELI, Croatia: New Archival Legislation: the Witch Hunt
Marie RYANTOVA, Czech Republic: Private archives in the Czech Republic
Jelka MELIK, - Mateja JERAJ, Slovenia: Significance and preservation of private archives in Slovenia
Francis GARABA, South Africa: Private archives in South Africa: their protection and access with particular reference to the now defunct Lutheran Theological Institute Library and Archives
Abdulmoshin Said AL HINAI, Sultanate of Oman: Private Archives and its Role in Preserving the Nation Memory
Stefano ALLEGREZZA, Italy: The Impact of Digital Transformation on Private Archives: What Future for Personal Archives?
Lucija PLANINC Marija GRABNAR - Jedert VODOPIVEC TOMAIČ, Slovenia: Inventory and Protection of Photographs From the Julij Felaher Collection
Magdalena MAROSZ, Poland: Private Archives: Relationship with the State Archives
Mirjana BOGOSAVLJEVIC, Serbia: The Relationship Between Private and Public Archive: Theory and Practice
Omer ZULIĆ, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Legislative Regulations on Establishing Private and Special Archives in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sneana PEJOVIĆ, Montenegro: Appraisal of Personal Records in Archival Profession and in Historiography
F. Borja AGUINAGALDE, Spain: Family Archives in the Basque Country (1990-2018): a Specific and Integral Management Area
Azem KOAR, Bosnia and Herzegovina: Public Archives and Private Archival Records in Countries Undergoing Transition
Jovan P. POPOVIĆ, Serbia: Normative Regulation: Significance, Place, Roles and Protection of Private Archival Material and Private Archives with a View on the Regulation in the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro
Marija ČIPIĆ REHAR, Slovenia: Diocesan Archives in Slovenia During the Second Half of the 20th and the Beginning of the 21st Century
Flavio CARBONE Francesca NEMORE Giulia VILLANI, Italy: Public and Private: the Archive of Vincenzo Federici and the Archives of Sapienza University of Rome: Protection, Access and Valorization
Ptria de VAAL-SENEKAL, South Africa: Challenges in the Archives of the Afrikaans Language Museum, Paarl, Western Cape, South Africa: a Case Study
Anne J. GILLILAND, USA - Tamara TEFANAC, Croatia: Independent Community Archives: Challenging the Status Quo of Private and Public Archives
Tijana RUPČIĆ, Serbia: Problem of Private Archives in the Republic of Serbia
Mikhail LARIN, Russia: Normative and legal regulation of non-state archives
Andrei RYBAKOU, Belarus: State and Private Archives: Construction of the System of Relations and Opportunities of Cooperation

Tuesday, November 20th, 9.00

Tema 2: General Data Protection Regulation

Giulia BARRERA, Italy: The European Archives Group Guidelines about the Implementation of the GDPR in the Field of Archives
Elena ROMANOVA, Russia: Public Interest to Personal Data: Online Databases of Russian Archives
Miroslav NOVAK, Slovenia: Management of sensitive data and archival finding aids
Gestione dei dati sensibili e strumenti di ricerca archivistici
Upravljanje občutljivih podatkov in arhivska informativna pomagala
Marta Gaia CASTELLAN - Igor MARCOLONGO, Italy: Documents, Processes, Transactions: the European Digital Archival (R)Evolution
Pekka HENTTONEN, Finnland: Changing Finnish Archival Legislation: Substantial Changes in the Shadow of EU Regulations
Maryna PALIIENKO, Ukraine: Personal Data Protection and Access to Archives in Ukraine: From the National and International Perspective
Yolanda CAGICAS OCEJO, Spain: Spanish Legislation on Access to Records: The Case of the University of Navarra
Bogdan-Florin POPOVICI, Romania: Some Aspects of GDPR Implementation in NAR
Svetlana USPRCOVA, Macedonia: The State Archives of the Republic of Macedonia - Use of Archival Material and Data Protection Pursuant to the Law on Personal Data Protection and the General Data Protection Regulation
Luidmila N. VARLAMOVA, Russia: International Records Management and Archives Terminology Systems Standardized by ISO and IEC
Alizata KOUDA, Burkina Faso: The Archivist Between His Duty to Communicate and the Obligation to Protect
Elisabeth SCHGGL-ERNST, Austria: The Impact of the General Data Protection Regulation on Archives in Austria