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Now we move on to look at Parliamentary activities marking the centenary of the First World War. #epcrd
Television programming in Finland will be an important part of the anniversary and the National Archives will hold an exhibition. #epcrd
This year it is the 150th anniversary of legislative work in Finland. Activities are designed to appeal to everyone. #epcrd
Timo Turja starts us off with a description of activities marking a key constitutional milestone in Finland #ecprd
Welcome to the second day of our live tweeting from the #epcrd seminar in Paris.
Droulia proposes guidelines for parliaments organising exhibitions #ecprd
Over 10,000 Children visit Greek parliament every year. Exhibitions cover wide range of topics. #ecprd
Hellenic parliament finds exhibitions excellent tools but difficulties associated with rooms not designed for that purpose #ecprd
Eleni Droulia, Hellenic Parliament describes mass digitisation work and the role of exhibitions as powerful cultural tools
Elisabeth Dietrich-Schulz describes Mark Twain's account of visiting the Austrian parliament, finally published in German #ecprd
...and publications, inc our own Treasures book and contributing to the @UKParliament guidebook. Phew! #ecprd
... International work inc loan of Stamp Act to @NYHistory, media presence inc 3 TV appearances in last 7 days, social media....#ecprd
... Getting out into regions with group activities, document loans, displays, video artwork, web resources... #ecprd
... And our move to community work linking with regional archives @NorfolkRO @GlamArchives @Kent_cc @TWArchives @TheIronRoom ... #ecprd
... Gunpowder Plot 400 exhibition in 2005, Slave Trade Abolition 200 Web 2.0 project in 2007... #ecprd