The IFLA Internet Manifesto
Whereas a freely accessible Internet is essential to unrestricted access to information be it resolved that this IFLA Council meeting in Glasgow on Friday 23 August 2002, endorses the IFLA Internet Manifesto
- The IFLA Internet Manifesto
This Manifesto was prepared by the IFLA Committee on Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (IFLA/FAIFE). Approved by IFLA's Governing Board of IFLA 27 March 2002, The Hague, Netherlands. Proclaimed by IFLA 1 May 2002. Adopted unanimously without dissent or abstentions on Council meeting of the 68th IFLA General Conference and Council, August 23rd 2002, Glasgow, Scotland.
IFLA UNESCO Internet Manifesto Guidelines
IFLA UNESCO Internet Manifesto Guidelines that have been prepared by IFLA/FAIFE and generously sponsored by UNESCO's Intergovernmental Council for the Information for All Programme (IFAP); and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The IFLA UNESCO Internet Manifesto Guidelines offer a background and a context to the Internet Manifesto. The Guidelines are available in the following languages:
Last update: 7 March 2013