Memory - Archives - Programmes (MAP-TV)
Mémoire - Archives - Programmes
Apr 1989, under the patronage of the Council of Europe. Since Jun 1990, an integral part of H-XF0317 - MEDIA Programme. Also referred to as Association MAP-TV. Registered in accordance with French law. Dissolved following decision of extraordinary General Assembly, 16 Oct 1997.
Enhance value of the European audiovisual heritage by contributing, in particular at research, design and implementation of resources stage, to production of archive-based creative works in keeping with lasting unity among European peoples and the European view of world events and culture; foster and develop exchange of audiovisual archives; assist authors in gaining access to national archives and propose legal and financial arrangements to bring their projects to fruition; promote circulation of works resulting from its action; advise members on production or utilization of archives in conjunction with partners from outside Europe.
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General Meeting (annual). Board of Directors, consisting of 10 to 18 members. Committee of the Board of Directors, comprising 5 to 7 members from different countries, including President, one or several Vice-Presidents, General Secretary and Treasurer. Programme Committee, identical to Committee.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
UIA Org ID
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