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National Theatre is 100th archive to receive accreditation

Chief Executive and Keeper of The National Archives, Jeff James presented the National Theatre Archive with their accreditation certificate on Friday 2...

Tags: archive service accreditation

Suffrage 100 web portal goes live

We are launching a dedicated Suffrage 100 web portal to mark 100 years since some of the first women were given the vote. This year we are hosting...

Tags: equal franchise act, representation of the people act, suffrage, vote 100, votes for women, voting reform

The Keeper’s Gallery is closed from 6 February to May 2018

The Keeper's Gallery will be closed while we install a new exhibition

Archives Revealed: Wolfson Foundation announces support for cataloguing programme

Independent charity the Wolfson Foundation has offered £225,000 in support of Archives Revealed

Tags: archives, Archives Revealed, Cataloguing, Funding

Booking now open for the Gerald Aylmer Seminar 2018

Diversity and inclusive histories are the focus of this year's seminar

Tags: academic research, seminar

Shakespeare documents recognised by UNESCO International Memory of the World Programme

UNESCO’s International Memory of the World programme has added 90 ‘Shakespeare Documents’ to their register

Tags: famous signatures, famous wills, Shakespeare, unesco

Document release

Prime Minister’s Papers from 1992 released

Today we have released files from the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet Office predominantly covering the year of 1992, and also a selection of files...

Tags: 1992, cabinet office, document release, file release, major, news, prime minister's office, soviet, thatcher

Joint project awarded over £800,000

The National Archives and the University of Leicester have been awarded a grant of £820,000 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to undertake a...

Tags: arts and humanities research council, Dr Paul Carter, In their own write, MH12, pauper archive collection, Professor Steven King, University of Leicester

Closure of the Information Fair Trader Scheme announced

The National Archives has announced the closure of the Information Fair Trader Scheme (IFTS). Since the first government information trader was accredited...

Tags: Crown copyright, IFTS, information fair trader scheme, Licensing Forum, re-use of public sctor information regulations

Closures over Christmas and the New Year

We will be closed from Saturday 23 December to Wednesday 27 December, and from Saturday 30 December to Monday 1 January inclusive. Find more information...

Citation Capture research project announced

The National Archives, Research Libraries and Jisc are launching a major new research project on academic practice in the citation of UDC repositories.

Tags: academic research, archival research

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