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- 16 Jun 1998
- Latest award date
- 01 May 2018
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Endangered Archives Programme 27 Jan 2004
To establish a grants programme that funds projects, selected in an annual competition, that digitise neglected, vulnerable or inaccessible archives relating to pre-industrial societies. The digitised materials are available for free online.
To digitise the society's collections and make them available for free online.
To support the research and publication of Professor Joseph Dan's multi-volume history of Jewish mysticism and esotericism.
To endow a Professorship of Conservation Biology.
To train conservation practitioners in tropical Asia and Central America to enable them to take responsibility for local and national conservation, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.
To challenge present and future leaders to solve problems of global concern, through training, network-building and targeted projects.
To enable students from biodiversity-rich, cash-poor countries to participate in the Student Conference on Conservation Science, and to provide scholarships to PhD students in the Department of Zoology.
To connect historians with policy-makers. History and Policy is a collaboration between King's College London and the University of Cambridge.