Recordkeeping for Good Governance Toolkit – Roslyn Russell

5 April 2018

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With the assistance of the Programme Commission of the International Council on Archives, five new guidelines in PARBICA's Recordkeeping for Good Governance Toolkit are being developed. The guidelines will cover topics of disaster management, identifying vital business records and assessing significant records in collections. These guidelines will be published in late 2018.

As part of our continuing series on the specialist volunteers who have contributed to this project, we're profiling Roslyn Russell of Roslyn Russell Museum Services. Roslyn kindly agreed to PARBICA reproducing the methodology on significance assessment that she co-authored, and peer reviewed the guideline on assessing significant records in collections.

In the interview below, we spoke to Roslyn about her extensive career in cultural heritage and her work with UNESCO's Memory of the World Programme.

Download the interview transcript

Recordkeeping for Good Governance - Interview with Roslyn Russell (pdf, 87kb)

Recordkeeping for Good Governance - Interview with Roslyn Russell (docx, 23kb)