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Access to UNESCO full text documents (UNESDOC/UNESBIB)
  Documents of the General Conference and the Executive Board; main and working series documents; reports and documents of meetings and conferences organized by UNESCO; documents of UNESCO institutes and regional offices; speeches of the director-general.
  This site exists in  FR EN
  
Amsab-Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (Amsab-Institute of Social History)
  Amsab-Institute of Social History is an officially recognized Flemish cultural heritage institution engaged in archiving documents and other items of progressive social movements and persons.
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Archief en Museum voor het Vlaamse Cultuurleven (AMVC) (Archive and Museum for Flemish Cultural Life )
  Letterenhuis (formerly known as Archief en Museum voor het Vlaamse Cultuurleven) collects and preserves archives of writers and artists, documentation (newspaper clippings, brochures, posters, etc.) and portraits relating to Flemish cultural life since 1750. The AMVC acts as an archive and documentation centre and as a museum.
  This site exists in NL EN
  
Archives et Musée de la Littérature (AML) (Archives and Museum of Literature)
  Situated inside the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR), the AML carry out the preservation and the promotion of the literary and theatre heritage of French-speaking Belgium. The collections consist of manuscripts, letters, books, pictures and other iconographic support, audiovisual documents or press articles about French-speaking Belgian authors.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Belgian Historical Institute in Rome
  Founded in 1902, the institute deals with the history of Belgium and its relations with Italy, but more particularly, with Rome. Its objective is achieved by research done in Italy by (young) scholars of history, art history, philology and archaeology.
  This site exists in NL FR EN
  
Belgian State Archives
  Federal Scientific Institution in charge of the management of the Belgian archives patrimony (conservation, preservation and diffusion to the public).
  This site exists in NL FR
  
CASPAR (Cultural, Artistic and Scientific knowledge for Preservation, Access and Retrieval)
  International consortium supported by the European Commission that leads research on perservetion and access to digital information.
  This site exists in  EN
  
cDAVID
  The cDavid project studies Flemish cultural heritage. More than the DAVID project it focuses on digitalization, opening to the public, valorization of the heritage using digital media. Like DAVID, cDAVID aims at elaborating a vademecum with recommendations and guidelines for those who wish to start a digitization project. This project started on September 2004.
  This site exists in NL
  
Centre de Recherches Archéologiques (CReA)
  The Centre de Recherches Archéologiques (CReA) manages most of the archaeological research projects of the Free University of Brussels (ULB), organises trainings for students and acts as a spokeperson with public authorities in charge of Heritage.
  This site exists in  FR
  
Centrum Agrarische Geschiedenis (CAG) (Centre for History of Agriculture)
  The CAG focuses its activities on history of food and agriculture and makes it available for the general public. They also support initiatives on conservation, valorization and diffusion of heritage in relation with agriculture, rural development, landscape preservation and food. Finally, it CAG is an information and education centre on food and agriculture.
  This site exists in NL


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