Welcome to the "Archives and Dealing with the Past" List-serv!
The purpose of this email distribution list is to provide a platform for information exchange and joint learning on issues related to archives and dealing with the past (also referred to as transitional justice), linking persons working on archives, human rights, international humanitarian law, information technology, etc.
It is an ideal tool to share information about events, activities, publications and requests related to archives and dealing with the past. Relevant email postings may e.g. relate to the use of archives in transitional justice processes, including truth commissions, tribunals or reparation programs, the preservation of and access to archives at risk that hold information on violations of human rights and international humanitarian law etc.
This list is open to everybody interested in the topic. The members of the list-serv currently include more than 800 practitioners, policy-makers and academics from all over the world.
If you are interested in viewing the affiliation of our growing list of members, you can do so here.
Please use the list actively and thereby help to strengthen the flow of high-quality information across different geographical regions and areas of work.
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