As described in the Strategic Plan 2108-2022 , the DPC is committed to being a "sustainable, competent organization focussed on member needs, providing a robust and trusted platform for collaboration within and beyond the Coalition." To enable us to meet these goals, the DPC maintains necessary policy documents, clearly and openly stating the organisation's commitment to issues such as privacy, inclusion and diversity. Those policy documents can be found below.

Inclusion and Diversity Policy

The DPC is committed to encouraging diversity in the digital preservation community and to ensuring an inclusive experience for all those who engage with the issues we work to address. The 'Inclusion and Diversity' sets out the steps the DPC will take to encourage diversity and inclusion in the digital preservation community.

Privacy Policy

The 'Privacy Policy' offers transparency about how personal data will be handled by the DPC, in compliance with GDPR.

Translations Policy

DPC resources are predominantly in English although they are of universal relevance. The translation of DPC material into other languages is therefore a vital way of supporting the digital preservation community across the world, and a key part of the DPC’s internationalization strategy. The Translations Policy describes the essential practices and processes for the provision of translations. It accompanies the DPC’s Translations Strategy that sets out the DPC’s plans for identifying, translating and making available a set of DPC resources in different languages. The purpose of this policy is to describe the essential practices and processes for the provision of translations. 


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