The Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library will disseminate the bibliographic heritage of the Pablo Iglesias Foundation, notably its periodicals. There are 40 periodicals publications of undeniable historical interest like Sinaia, Cuadernos Americanos, Boletín de la Unión de Intelectuales Españoles, Las Españas, España Errante or Cuadernos de Ruedo Ibérico.
Fundación Pablo Iglesias, heiress of the created in 1926 on the death of the founder of the Socialist Labor Spanish party, was founded in 1977 as a cultural entity linked to the PSOE. Since then he has worked in the dissemination of Socialist thought, the conservation of an important archive on the workers movement and socialism and the recovery of the historical memory.
The Portal Ibero-American migration movements is a project coordinated by Spanish Ministry of education, culture and sport, developed with the aim of promoting and facilitating access to the documentary resources relating to Spanish emigration to Latin America in the contemporary period. It offers free access to any user interested in accessing documents and scanned images of these funds.
The national sound library of Mexico was inaugurated on December 10, 2008, under the impulse of its current general director, Lidia Camacho, based on his experience in Radio education, a radio station of the Mexican Ministry of culture, Conaculta.
Today is home to more than 400,000 stands, who have listed 391,000 158 collections of public institutions or characters from files as ethnomusicologist Thomas Stanford or the Mexican writer Juan José Arreola, in addition to 73,000 digitized audio hours that listening, amount to 8 years.
See all current projects of the national Fonoteca of Mexico in this article in the newspaper El Pais published on September 15, 2014