Women, Information and Libraries Special Interest Group

Sponsoring body: Management of Library Associations

Scope

Women play a crucial role in realising basic human rights for all and in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDG's). Meeting the information needs of women is a major contribution of the library field to global development.

The Discussion Group focuses on women as users of library and information services, as workers in the library field, and as providers of information.

The overarching strategic framework is formed by the UN treaties, programs and initiatives related to women and information to create a fruitful link between IFLA and relevant international organisations.

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Women, Information and Libraries, Special Interest Groups, Women’s issues

Last update: 26 January 2016

Latest News

IFLA Joint Preconference between IFLA ITSC and IFLA Women, Information, and Libraries SIG Preliminary Report

The Women in Open Technology & Culture Satellite Meeting was held on August 11th, 2016 in Evanston, IL at the Northwestern University Main Library.

13 September 2016

Women in Open Technology and Culture: Information for Attendees and Speakers

Attendees & Speakers, August 11th is approaching quickly and we’re very excited to share program we have put together for “UnConference, Women in Open Technology & Culture.”

1 July 2016