Archivists without Borders U.S. supports the goals of Archivists without Borders International, which are:
1. To protect, conserve, organize and disseminate documentary heritage in danger of disappearance or irreversible damage, through the design, coordination, development and dissemination of plans, programs and projects, including actions for the safeguarding and recovery of documentary heritage related with guaranteeing the human, individual and group rights of citizens.
2. To raise social awareness of the usefulness of conserving and using archives to ensure respect for the rights of citizens, government accountability, support for researchers, and as a basis for economic, social, scientific and technological development and the fostering of culture, recovery of historical memory and national identities.
3. To provide support for projects aimed at recovery, organization and dissemination of archives.
4. To foster social, human and solidarity-based relationships between archivists in the United States and abroad, as well as protection and respect for human rights.