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IFLA Newsletter, February 2023: Partnerships 🤝

Read on to find out more about how different parts of our field are working both with each other, and with external players, for example to promote open access publishing, better metadata, and development as a whole. Read More

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  • 21 February 2023

Libraries partnering for the SDGs

Libraries already do a lot for development on their own. But they can do even more as part of partnerships with a wide variety of actors, making unique contributions. This article focuses on examples taken from the IFLA Library Map of the World. Read More

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  • 16 February 2023

The World Through Picture Books 3rd edition – How Does My Country Get Involved?

By Claire Stuckey, Children’s Librarian retired, Central Coast Council – Gosford, Australia With this programme the Libraries for Children & Young Adults Section is celebrating and promoting the language, culture and quality of children’s book publishing from over 50 countries. In 2021 the Section’s WTPB working group started preparations… Read More

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  • 23 May 2021

IFLA looking ahead on Copyright

2021 has begun and IFLA is already on the way to being a busy year. While all libraries are facing information access problems because of COVID-19, we are committed to continuing efforts to build better opportunities for users through improved legal frameworks for copyright. Find out what our plans and expectations are for 2021. Read More

  • News
  • 20 January 2021
  • By: anonymous