Activities at public platforms vs. private platforms

“The process of gathering the archival materials of an organisation is a job for the current committee. But giving the appropriate cooperation in the collection process is the responsibility of all former and contemporary members who hold the archival documents. Hence, those archival materials are properties of the organisation and the historical and cultural heritage of a society. It can be a consolation that this situation is also common for Norwegian voluntary organisations. Please do not forget that isolated archives at homes with no public access and use are equivalent to lost archive.”

Origin, purpose and context: historical continuity

Utrop (2010)




“Tyfonens Øye” (The typhoon’s eye)

Disclaimer:
Due to the lack of or fragmented archives or limited access to archives in Tamil society, it has been challenging to get access to available sources that can support oral history interviews.
In this situation, writing about diaspora Tamil history will be a dynamic process which may change its shape and be updated over time. Thus, we welcome the public to provide feedback with any verifiable sources in the case of need for correction in the factual information in this website.


புதுப்பிப்பு│Update: 18.10.2020

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