Protecting and providing archives for all
PRONI has a statutory role for the reception, preservation and provision of access to records. PRONI seeks to deliver against its Vision of Protecting and Providing Archives for All.
Delivering a high quality archive service
As the national archive for Northern Ireland, PRONI has a statutory role for the reception, preservation and provision of access to records, established under the Public Records Act (Northern Ireland) 1923 as amended by the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
PRONI cares for over 3 million unique items and its archives and records are of immense social, economic and historical value to a wide range of individuals, communities and enterprises.
Protecting and Providing Archives for All is a strategic document which sets out in one place PRONI’s vision, mission, values, key themes and strategic goals, to guide PRONI’s business planning and delivery over the next 5 years.