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...

Archaeology needs to be considered during the development of Liverpool

Development requirements balanced against the needs of heritage and archaeology Many prestigious new developments are at the planning stage in Liverpool – but these have to...

UKAS Conference Bursaries for Commercial Sector Archaeologists

Historic England supported Bursaries available for Commercial Sector Archaeologists STILL TIME TO APPLY! In order to facilitate a holistic and open access approach to the study,...

Diggers’ Forum / Prospect conference on pay and training

Prospect Archaeologists Branch and Diggers’ Forum joint day conference Archaeology pay and training: can the industry do more? Saturday 2nd November 2013 This one-day conference builds on the success of...

CIfA Client guide published

Have you seen the CIfA Client guide?  and have your considered making it available to clients directly? Following this guide will increase your chances of...

Thousands criticise plan for Oswestry’s ancient site

Campaigners against the plans around Oswestry’s Iron Age hillfort handed over a copy of the petition to Shirehall bosses on Friday. Ahead of the handover,...

e-Learning course on CIfA website

CIfA's e-learning portal provides online learning courses to help develop your knowledge and understanding regarding heritage and the historic environment. Of course, you must be...

Scotland’s Archaeology Strategy Consultation

This Committee, together with Historic Scotland, have developed this consultation paper looking at the role that archaeology can play in Scotland’s future This ten-year Strategy...

Call for UK to ratify Hague Convention on heritage and conflict

IfA’s Chief Executive, supporting representatives of many other organisations and interested individuals, has written to the Daily Telegraph lamenting the lack of progress by...

Chartered Institute First Annual General Meeting

December 2014 will be an exciting and momentous occasion as we officially launch the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists. The first Annual General meeting will be...