Romain Ledauphin on the archives of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Archivist for the International Committee of the Red Cross, formerly for the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus, and at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR).
Romain’s expertise includes the organisation and accessibility of records and archival research. He is concerned with the lifecycle of a record, from creation and records management to archival processing and access. Hear him speak about his experience at the archive of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and about the importance to make files accessible to the public.
- The Archive of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR)
- Deciding what to keep
- Purpose of judicial archives and their long-term use
- International legal archives outside of the judicial process
- What can other archives learn from the ICTR?