European Association for Grey Literature Exploitation (EAGLE)
Association européenne de l'exploitation de la littérature grise
Asociación Europea para la Explotación de la Literatura Gris
1981, by a group of information and documentation centres, with the support of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC), in order to set up the System of Information on Grey Literature in Europe (SIGLE) database. Also referred to as European Association for Grey Literature in Europe. Ceased to exist.
Provide access to such 'grey' or 'fugitive' publications as research reports, discussion and policy documents, working papers, proceedings, technical communications, theses, some official publications by local authorities or industry, regulations and other documents, which are either not published or cannot readily be acquired through normal bookselling channels and which are therefore difficult to identify and obtain.
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General Assembly, consisting of representatives of each member country. Executive Board, comprising President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary/Operating Agent Representative and Technical Committee Chairman. Technical Committee. Secretariat, headed by Operating Agent.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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