Endangered Archives Programme

Endangered Archives Programme Call for Applications is Open

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British Library
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NW1 2DB
Location
London
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United Kingdom
From - Until
15.11.2021 - 15.11.2021
By
Connections Redaktion, Leipzig Research Centre Global Dynamics, Universität Leipzig

The Endangered Archives Programme is now accepting preliminary applications for the next annual funding round – the deadline for submission of preliminary applications is Monday 15 November 2021 at 12 noon GMT. Full details of the application procedures and documentation are available on the EAP website (https://eap.bl.uk/applicants).

Endangered Archives Programme Call for Applications is Open

Do you know of any collections that are currently at risk and need preserving?

The Programme has funded over 430 projects in 90 countries and has helped preserve manuscripts, rare printed books, newspapers and periodicals, audio and audio-visual materials, photographs and artwork. The programme aims to digitise archives at risk of loss or decay and, where appropriate, to relocate the material to a safe local archival home. The digital copies are deposited with the local archival partners, and are all available for researchers to access freely through the British Library website.

This year, we are accepting applications through our online portal between 1st and 15th November. However, in the meantime, we are providing Word and PDF documents for applicants to perfect their preliminary applications before the online submission.

If you know of an archive in a region of the world were resources are limited, we really hope you will apply. If you have any questions regarding the conditions of award or the application process, consult our website (https://eap.bl.uk) or contact us at endangeredarchives@bl.uk

Contact (announcement)

endangeredarchives@bl.uk

https://eap.bl.uk/grants
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12.11.2021
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