NLAI to hold document repairing courses
The National Library and Archives Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran will hold a training courses on how to repair paper documents for members of ECO and the Southeast Asia Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (SARBICA).
IBNA: According to the public relations office of the National Library and Archives Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the courses are being held with the goal of introducing the organization to ECO member states and other neighboring countries. Learners from the countries of Iraq, Tanzania, Tunisia, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan will take part in the courses.
The courses will be held in four different months of the current year in Persian, English and Arabic.
The courses are being held in line with the provisions of an agreement with members about cooperation and holding document repair courses for free.
Formerly, the organization held a similar training course for the experts of Georgia’s National Archives.
The International Council on Archives (ICA; in French: Conseil international des archives) is an international non-governmental organization which exists to promote international cooperation in archiving. It was set up in 1948, with Charles Samaran, the then director of the Archives de France, as chairman, and membership is open to national and international organizations, professional groups and individuals. In 2009 it grouped together over 1,400 institutional members in 190 countries. Its mission is to promote the conservation, development and use of the world's archives.
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