Phase Three will monitor how the living archive is maintained and developed in order to continue to understand how decisions are made about what to record. This stage will be important for developing further understanding of the complex ethical and moral challenges of recording a shared past in the context of ‘state’ care and the various legal and regulatory frameworks associated with it.
This stage will also see the development of guidance and training resources to aid organisations and practitioners in their approaches to the development and maintenance of records of shared experiences.
Check out our Phase One Report here. Do contact us if you require the report in an alternative format.
Laura and the team are currently working on the development of the guidance which will include information and advice about how the archive can be used to support the recording of group experiences.
Watch this space for more information coming soon…
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