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Blog Entry Archive and Access: The Delhi State Archives
by Aparna Balachandran published Apr 18, 2009 last modified Aug 23, 2011 04:43 AM — filed under: ,
In this, the fifth entry in a series on the CIS-RAW Archive and Access project, Aparna Balachandran reports on two state archives located in Delhi, the National Archives of India, and the Delhi Archives.
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Blog Entry Archive and Access: Documents in the Time of Democracy
by Rochelle Pinto published May 02, 2009 last modified Aug 02, 2011 05:45 AM — filed under: ,
This is the seventh in a series of blog posts documenting Aparna Balachandran, Rochelle Pinto, and Abhijeet Bhattacharya's CIS-RAW project, Archive and Access. In this entry, Rochelle Pinto introduces a sub-set of posts that will look at the political significance of public access to official documents on the internet.
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Blog Entry Archive and Access: Digitisation and Private Records--The Case of the Regional Archive
by Sanchia de Souza published Jul 13, 2009 last modified Aug 23, 2011 04:32 AM — filed under: ,
This is the first in a series of posts by CIS-RAW researcher Aparna Balachandran on the Tamil Nadu Archives (TNA), looking at different aspects of their functioning in order to think about the issue of access in relation to regional archives in the country. More specifically, these posts will engage with the relationship of the TNA with the ways in which history is thought and written about in the Tamil region, both within the academy and outside. These posts are part of the CIS-RAW project 'Archive and Access'.
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Beyond Access as Inclusion
by Anja Kovacs published Aug 31, 2010 last modified Aug 02, 2011 07:29 AM — filed under: , , ,
On 13 September, the day before the fifth Internet Governance Forum opens, CIS is coorganising in Vilnius a meeting on Internet governance and human rights. One of the main aims of this meeting is to call attention to the crucial, yet in Internet governance often neglected, indivisibility of rights. In this blog post, Anja Kovacs uses this lens to illustrate how it can broaden as well reinvigorate our understanding of what remains one of the most pressing issues in Internet governance in developing countries to this day: that of access to the Internet.
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