Association of Commonwealth Archivists and Records Managers

 About  Governance  Activities  Contact  Members Home

Secretariat



James Lowry

James became ACARM Chair in 2016, succeeding Dr Charles Farrugia, National Archivist of Malta. He is Secretary to the International Council on Archives (ICA) Africa Programme, an ex-officio member of the ICA's Programme Commission, and a trustee of the International Records Management Trust. He led the development of the UK government's commitment on records management in its Open Government Partnership National Action Plan (2013-15). James has led records and archives management projects in Ethiopia, Nigeria, Russia Trinidad and Tobago, and Tunisia as the Deputy Director of the International Records Management Trust. He was the lead researcher for the Trust's Aligning Records Management with ICT, e-Government and Freedom of Information in East Africa research project, which examined public sector records management capacity across Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi in relation to government priorities for computerisation and access to information. As a lecturer in the Centre for Archive Studies at the University of Liverpool his research publications include Integrity in Government through Records Management, which he edited with Justus Wamukoya (Ashgate, 2014) and the edited collection Displaced Archives (Routledge, 2017) .

Links



Posted: 10/22/2012 (6:02:06 AM)


^   Copyright © 2007-2015 Association of Commonwealth Archivists and Records Managers (ACARM). All rights reserved