Interview with Dr. Stephen Ellis, the Director-General of the NAA


The National Archives of Australia is an agency of the Australian Government, established under the Archives Act 1983. Our head office and exhibition spaces are in Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory, and there is an office and reading room in each state capital and in Darwin. The National Archives of Australia helps Australian Government [...]

The fourth laureate, the National Archives of Australia


It was established in 1960 and has become a world leader in many areas notably. Their main role is to promote good records management in Australian Government agencies and manage the valuable records of our nation, and make them accessible now and for future generations. They has announced it will use the Prize to fund [...]

The second laureate,Phonogrammarchiv


Ever since its foundation in 1899 the Phonogrammarchiv has taken many initiatives to develop audio preservation, and to assist in the development or the improvement of similar institutions worldwide. Early co-operation resulted in the foundation of the Phonogrammarchiv der Universitat Zurich (1908) and joint projects with the Berlin Phonogrammarchiv before and during the First World [...]

The first laureate,the National Library of Czech Republic


The National Library of the Czech Republic was awarded as the first laureate of UNESCO/JIKJI prize. The history of the library is connected with the foundation of the Charles University in 1348. The first written references concerning books are documented in relation to the oldest Charles College, having been given a royal gift of manuscripts [...]

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