ICAS 2015

I just want share that the ICAS 2015 Annual Report is now available on the Website. You can access the page by clicking right here! If the mood hits you, feel free to read all eight years and see how far the organization has come. The year’s highlights include, a project in Suva, a meeting with the International Council (ICA) on Archives’ Expert Group on Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness at the ICA headquarters in Paris, and the PARBICA Conference in Auckland.

Also, the 2016 calendar is ready to view. Click here to check-out the Pacific Islands’ Holidays and Cultural Events for January to September 2016. The months of October to December will be available at a later date. Please check back often, as holidays, and especially, new events will be posted throughout the year.


A new coconut  

Once again a lot of good work was done this past year. A big, hearty Thank You to everyone who helped make 2015 another special year!! ICAS can’t do it without your support!

2016 is looking to be an exciting year as well. Plans are underway for projects in Fiji and Tuvalu, and participation at the Pacific History Association Conference, and the ICA Congress. We’ll keep you informed of all the happenings!

About islandculturearchivalsupport

Island Culture Archival Support (ICAS) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of records pertaining to the cultural identity of island peoples in Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia whose national and public archives, libraries, cultural centers, and business organizations are underprivileged, underfunded, and understaffed. The specific purpose for which this nonprofit corporation was formed is to support the needs of these South Pacific cultural heritage institutions by helping to preserve and make accessible records created for business, accountability or cultural purposes. The organization will endeavor to add value by providing resources or volunteers to advise, train, and work among island residents to support their efforts in building their future and preserving their collective memory through the use of modern archival techniques.
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