Historical Archives of the European Union

Description: The Historical Archives of the European Union, administered by the European University Institute, Florence, has the mission of acquiring, conserving and making available to the public the archives, which are over thirty years old, emanating from the European Community Institutions for Coal and Steel, the Common Market and Euratom (High Authority and European Commission, Council of Ministers, European Parliament, Economic and Social Committee and Court of Auditors).


Editor: Historical Archives of the European Union: Florenz, IT

Distributor: European University Institute, San Domenico di Fiesole (FI)

Description: The mission of the Open Society Archives at Central European University (OSA) is to obtain, preserve and make available research resources for the study of Communism and the Cold War, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe, as well as the issues of human rights, support the goals of Central European University by identifying, collecting, preserving and making available university records and personal papers of enduring value from its administrators, faculty, and students for the use of university staff, students, scholars and the general public, support and facilitate the philanthropic goals of the Soros foundations network, especially by providing information, records management and archival services for all its entities. The Open Society Archives’ holdings comprise of approximately 3,000 linear meters of records.

Distributor: Central European University, Open Society Archives: Budapest, HU