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Would you like to get involved with the Indigenous Matters Section (IM)? Here’s how: Explore our projects page – contact the project organiser or Section ChairProvide a translation for one of our resources – contact our Information Coordinator Learn how to become a Standing Committee Member –… Read More

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  • 31 December 2022

Indigenous Matters

Action Plan 2021-2022 Activity: Guidelines for Services with Indigenous Peoples Scope This multi-year project will develop a set of guidelines for developing and sustaining library services with Indigenous peoples in an international context. Description A set of guidelines for library services with Indigenous peoples is needed to ensure Indigenous peoples… Read More

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  • 05 January 2022

Call for Papers – Climate change: Supporting communities, Users, Collections and Spaces in the era of Climate Uncertainty

Climate change forces all of us to face the reality that we will see major shifts in our economic models, our physical landscapes, our energy systems, and resource management more generally. Libraries, archives, and other members of the cultural heritage space are facing and are predicted to face tremendous impacts on our collections, collecting, facilities, services, funding, users, communities, and professional lives. Read More

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  • 10 January 2020
  • By: Evviva Weinraub Lajoie

Reflecting Diversity and Building Understanding in Chocó, Colombia

As part of our series of examples of how libraries protect, preserve and promote indigenous languages in the context of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, this contribution from Alejandra Velez, University of Chocó, talks about her library’s work in this area. Read More

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  • 09 August 2019
  • By: anonymous

Library turns publisher in order to promote indigenous language reading

In a further contribution to our collection of examples of how libraries protect, preserve and promote indigenous lanaguges and the communities that speak them, the below example comes from Trøndelag county library in Norway. We are grategul to Morten Olsen Haugen for the below contribution. Read More

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  • 09 August 2019
  • By: anonymous