Article: 02 July 2020
Our new grant will continue to support EAMENA’s documentation work in the Middle East and North Africa.
Article: 29 June 2020
Read our response to the 2020 UKRI’s open access review consultation.
Article: 03 June 2020
Our grantee, the Internet Archive, has announced a new initiative that will make more than 1.4 million digital books freely available to a world under lockdown.
Article: 28 May 2020
Read our response to the 2020 Office of Science and Technology Policy’s request for information on public access to peer-reviewed scholarly information.
Article: 21 May 2020
How can philanthropy help ensure that conservationists continues their essencial work at a time of global emergency? A blog from our environmental team.
Article: 25 March 2020
A message from our Donor Board to Arcadia’s grantees.
Article: 10 February 2020
Our annual report is out, with updates on our grants and new initiatives.
Article: 01 August 2019
Imagining the future of libraries: an argument for open access and proper archiving of the world’s publications and data. Article by Arcadia's co-founder Lisbet Rausing.
We published the book to celebrate the Endangered Archives Programme’s 10th anniversary. It showcases the historical importance and research potential of EAP digitized collections.
Three Centuries of Trans-Atlantic Battle. Open access book by Arcadia co-founder Peter Baldwin.
Read our latest report for updates on our current programmes and new grants.
Article: 11 March 2019
In his new article, Arcadia co-founder Peter Baldwin examines how digital technology has fundamentally undermined copyright. He argues that university libraries can make all new books open access, if they coordinate to do so. But will they?