Deaccessioning in Sweden
Sweden has legislation and guidelines on deaccessioning and disposal since 2017.
Before that, however, individual museums had their own written policies on the subject. In Sweden, the starting point for museum work is the individual museum, more than the national heritage. In this manner, it inclines far more to the Anglo-Saxon tradition than the Latin tradition.
The museum law keeps the details on deaccessioning and disposal small, leaving enough space for museums to develop their own policies. The Guideline on deaccessioning is a broad and clear document, based upon the Norwegian guideline on disposal and the UK Disposal Toolkit 2014
Country details for Sweden
|Official name:||Kingdom of Sweden|
|Number of residents:||9,903 million|
|Number of museums:||310|
|Parameters:||Legislation and Guidelines|
Deaccessioning possibilities in Sweden:
There are no other tools for deaccessioning and disposal found in Sweden.
There is no classification system for museum objects found in Sweden.
NATIONAL REGISTER OBJECTS
There is no national register system for museum objects found in Sweden.
There is no official accreditation scheme for museums found in Sweden.