Digital Archive of the Museum of Memory and Human Rights Foundation.

Its collections give an account of the human rights violations that occurred in the country between 1973 and 1990. They not only constitute the testimony of lived drama, they also give an account of the diverse and multiple actions of protection, denunciation, defense, promotion and dissemination developed in this period.

The spirit of its preservation seeks to safeguard the information contained, and also the preservation of the history of the defense of human rights in Chile during the years of Dictatorship.

These files are essential sources of consultation for various communities of users interested in learning about human rights violations in the country, as well as their effects on the lives of people and society, they are also a source of permanent consultation. for the establishment of the truth, the administration of justice and the dignity of the victims, constituting an essential story for research and education in human rights.

The Museum of Memory and Human Rights will copy, preserve, organize and dispose of significant and valuable files over time; It will respect intellectual property and adhere to the legislation on the use and restrictions of Chilean copyright as well as the international regulations of the Conventions signed by Chile.

Extracted from "Collection Policies" 2009.

This is the default homepage for AtoM.

AtoM is a fully web based archival description application that is based on International Council on Archives (ICA) standards. AtoM is an acronymn for Access to Memory.

The ICA and its project collaborators are making this application available as open source software to provide archival institutions with a free and easy to use option for putting their archival collections online. See the about page to learn more about the AtoM project.

See the online documentation to learn more about using the software or press the browse button on the right to view some sample data.