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Launch of the New FIAF Website

On 14 November 2015, FIAF launched its new website, which is more user-friendly in its browsing experience, has redistributed the layout of major sections (and has added a new History section), and gives access to a variety of new tools and documents.

Although the site is in English only for now - we will aim to introduce the French and Spanish versions in the coming year.

Another innovation is the member area, which allows us to publish documents relevant to the FIAF community, but perhaps not suitable for more general access. Staff of all 155 FIAF affiliates will be given access to the member area if they ask for it. If you think you qualify, please click on "register" in the right-hand menu of the website, and follow the registration process. If your email address is already in our contacts database, then the procedure is very simple and you will be given immediate access to the restricted area after validating. If your email address is unknown to our system, then the FIAF Secretariat will have to check whether you are entitled access to the member area before validating your registration.

Please browse through the new site, register for the member area, and let us know what you think by email us at info@fiafnet.org. We look forward to your feedback.

The FIAF Secretariat

Brussels, 14 November 2015


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Launch of the New FIAF Website

On 14 November 2015, FIAF launched its new website, which is more user-friendly in its browsing experience, has redistributed the layout of major sections (and has added a new History section), and gives access to a variety of new tools and documents.

Although the site is in English only for now - we will aim to introduce the French and Spanish versions in the coming year.

Another innovation is the member area, which allows us to publish documents relevant to the FIAF community, but perhaps not suitable for more general access. Staff of all 155 FIAF affiliates will be given access to the member area if they ask for it. If you think you qualify, please click on "register" in the right-hand menu of the website, and follow the registration process. If your email address is already in our contacts database, then the procedure is very simple and you will be given immediate access to the restricted area after validating. If your email address is unknown to our system, then the FIAF Secretariat will have to check whether you are entitled access to the member area before validating your registration.

Please browse through the new site, register for the member area, and let us know what you think by email us at info@fiafnet.org. We look forward to your feedback.

The FIAF Secretariat

Brussels, 14 November 2015


From this...

To that...