Dear all,

Registration is now open for the International Association of Sound and
Audiovisual Archives (IASA) *49th Annual Conference in Accra, Ghana*,
from *October

The conference will be hosted by the Institute of African Studies,
University of Ghana.

Please visit the conference website for more information about the
conference, such as venue, travel advice, visa information, social events,
information on workshops and tutorials, professional visits, and other
details: .

The preliminary programme is available here: http://2018.iasa-web.

The “early bird” registration rate ends on *September 3, 2018*.

Please note that the presenters also have to register and pay the
registration fee.

Please also keep in mind that citizens of most countries will require a
visa to enter Ghana, and also a certificate of vaccination for yellow
fever. More information is available here:

This is the first time that the IASA conference will be held in Accra, the
capital of  the West African country of Ghana. Ghana is one of the most
flourishing democracies on the African continent and one of the fastest
growing economies in the world. Ghana has many tourist attractions
including forts, castles, museums, cultural beaches, forest conservation
sites, canopy walkways, etc. Accra, the capital, is a dynamic and
cosmopolitan city of about four million people. With Ghanaian hospitality,
know that you will be in good hands and your experience will always be a
thing to remember.

I warmly welcome you to join us in Accra to have a unique and exciting

On behalf of the conference organising committee,

Zane Grosa

International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) |

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