Sustainability, Diversity, Advocacy

We are getting ready to meet you online. And a record number of youhave registered to attend individually or in teams, taking advantage ofour new Institutional Pass.

CONF AD 21Our Conference Committee has signed off our Programme-at-a-Glance. Chairs and speakers have submitted papers and have started to prepare their presentations. Our virtual platform is ready to receive your personal and professional profiles. And a record number of you have registered to attend individually or in teams, taking advantage of our new Institutional Pass. 
 
We expect a full 'virtual' house for our Annual Conference but if you haven't yet registered, you still have time. Click here to register yourself and colleagues. And, if you're not a regular virtual conference attendee, we can promise you that this will be a truly inclusive experience, even for the Zoom-fatigued among us or those who need technical help and support from real human beings! 

At this year's Conference, you will be joining the following organisations to share best practice and set out our professional ambitions for this post-pandemic era. 
 
The National Archives (UK), West Dunbartonshire Council, National Railway Museum (York), Equalities and Human Rights Commission, National Archives of Ireland, Cheshire Archives and Local Studies, University of Glasgow, Aberystwyth University, Black Cultural Archives, The Crown Estates, Botanic Gardens Kew, National Records of Scotland, Electricity Supply Board, British Council, Boots UK, The Honorable Society of the Middle Temple, Henley Management School and The Royal Collection just to name a few.

Follow us on Twitter @ARAconf where you will be able to like and share Conference news and hear more about social and networking opportunities during the three-day event.
 
We look forward to sharing more about the virtual Conference over the coming weeks and to seeing you online in early September.