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CCL logoCCL is a non-governmental and non-profit making organisation, founded in Arles, France, in 1987. Its services are available to a growing international client base, and include expert evaluation of document collections as well as creating synergies among preservation and management professionals dealing with collections of books, manuscripts, archives, photographs and graphics works.

Courses offered at CCL headquarters in France and abroad provide an exciting international forum for a variety of contacts and information exchanges. Professionals and post-graduates seeking advanced training can enrol in specialised courses in document conservation, treatment of biological damage, collection management and use of new technologies, such as digitisation, for preservation and wider public dissemination of collections contents.

In close cooperation with local authorities, CCL provides technical advice on preventive conservation, and operates a specialised information service which may be consulted on-site or via Internet.

CCL also participates in several European preservation and conservation programmes by managing
International-wide projects.

CCL’s services are frequently requested for on-site expert consultations in Europe and Abroad by the UNESCO, the UE, the French Foreign Affairs Ministry ; the French Culture and Communication Ministry…

Key people: Stéphane Ipert, Managing Director and Expert | Bruno Marty, Expert

Contact:

CCL – Centre de Conservation du Livre
18 rue de la Calade - 13200 Arles – France

Tél. +33 (0)4-9049 9989 /Fax +33 (0)4-9049 6611

info@ccl-fr.org / www.ccl-fr.org

Stéphane Ipert : s.ipert@libertysurf.fr
Bruno Marty : documentation@ccl-fr.org

Staff working on the project: Around 10 full employed people at CCL

 
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