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On 23rd April the HOPE project arranged its closing event in Rome, here you find the programme.

Recently, the first 916.000 digital items of HOPE were uploaded to Europeana. You can browse and search them via the Social History Portal or directly in Europeana.

At the workshop in Budapest

HOPE in Europeana: Raising Awareness on New Content

On 5th November 2012 HOPE's partner Open Society Archives (OSA) at the Central European University in Budapest organized a one day workshop to exchange knowledge in the field of digitizing cultural heritage collections in non-state institutions and to share best practices on digital collection management, digital preservation and providing online access.

At the workshop in Budapest

The sucessful workshop showcased two of OSA’s EU supported Best Practices Network projects: the HOPE project, which brings together a partnership of European social history institutions aiming to improve access to the vast and growing amount of highly significant but scattered digital collections on social history, and the EAwareness project, in which libraries, archives, museums and digital developers work together to publicize The European digital library of Europeana to a broad public and generate new content via user participation.

The HOPE project was represented by colleagues from the International Institute of Social History (NL), the Amsab-Institute for Social History (B) and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (D); workshop's guest presenters came from the Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, Monguz Ltd. (H), the Hungarian Museum of Literature, the Institute for Contemporary History (CZ), POKOLENIE and KARTA Centre (PL) and the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism (RO).