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English Heritage Split

A new self-financing charity is to be set up by March 2015 to look after the National Heritage Collection, which includes properties such as...

PUBLICAN project results

In June-July 2017, the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) and Internet Archaeology invited the archaeological community to contribute to a study aimed at building a...

Findings of Community Archaeology Resource Review

Last year, Oxford Archaeology was appointed by the New Forest National Park Authority to identify and review guidance resources readily accessible to volunteers and...

So you want to set up your own business?

Have you ever been thinking that your site supervisor knows nothing and you should run the site instead, or that HR messed...

Archaeology in Development Management

New research reveals the significant contribution of Local Authority Archaeology in Development Archaeological work was fully incorporated into the...

Declaration for the Preservation of Digital Intellectual Record

An alliance of the key agencies concerned with the UK’s historic environment has launched their Declaration on Digital Preservation today at a ceremony at...
The seal from the Charter (c) Adam Stanford, Aerial-Cam Ltd

A step forward for the archaeological profession: CIfA launch

Tuesday 9 December 2014 saw the formal launch of the Chartered Institute of Archaeologists  a momentous occasion for both the professional body and...

Equality and diversity in archaeology – A joint action

CIfA acknowledges there needs to be a culture change around equality and diversity practice in archaeology. CIfA's Board of...

CIfA and CBA Advocacy on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill

From November, Parliamentary debates on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill – formerly known as the Great Repeal Bill –  are taking place in Parliament. The...

Archäologischer Grabungs-Kompetenz-Pass published

The first of a number of International Archaeology Skills Passports has taken to the stage Welcome to...