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Partners

We are open to all ideas about activities, about how the project should be designed or which contacts/partners are indispensable for this project. If you, your organisation, your chapter, thematic organisation or user group is interested in taking part, please let us know.

Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands
The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands helps other parties to get the best out of our heritage.

Nationaal Archief
The Nationaal Archief holds the largest collection of archives in the Netherlands. The collection consists of important government documents, as well as provincial and private archives. The Nationaal Archief collection is constantly changing. New archives are added every day, and documents are regularly removed from the archive and transferred to other archives, such as regional archives. You can find information on the Nationaal Archief collection and details of recent additions and removals on these pages (in Dutch). Contact: info@nationaalarchief.nl, Tico Koopmans

Naturalis Biodiversity Center
Naturalis Biodiversity Center is the national museum of natural history of the Netherlands as well as a leading research institute for the Life Sciences. Naturalis' mission is to describe, understand and explore biodiversity for human wellbeing and the future of our planet. The basis for both research and museum is the collection. Founded in 1820, the Naturalis collection is currently one of the five largest natural history collections in the world. It comprises more than 41 million zoological, botanical, paleontological and geological specimens from all over the planet, with an emphasis on several different geographic areas, such as Southeast Asia and the Caribbean region. A substantial cross-section of digitized collection specimens has been donated to Wikimedia Commons in recent years.

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is a cultural-historical organization of national interest. It collects, preserves and opens the audiovisual heritage for as many users as possible: media professionals, education, science and the general public.

Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen
The collection of the Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen results from the merger of the Tropenmuseum, Afrika Museum and Museum Volkenkunde. It contains almost 370,000 objects and 230,000 historical images that of part of the state collection, and another 400.000 images of documentary value.

The Koninklijke Bibliotheek
The Koninklijke Bibliotheek  is the national library of the Netherlands. We bring people and information together. To that end, the KB makes the library collection-the Netherlands visible, sustainable and practicable. The free access to this common ownership of publically funded libraries ensures people are given new ideas and will be able to continue on the basis of each other's insights. This network of libraries is a source for research and helps people to become better skilled, smarter and more creative. The KB assumes a central position in this network. Since 2013 we have a structural collaboration with Wikipedia. On Commons

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