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Information Literacy for Societal Resilience

A new creative intervention produced by Tactical Tech and DensityDesign Lab at Politecnico di Milano, in collaboration with International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA),  will address how AI is impacting the ways that media and information is produced, distributed and perceived. The exhibition, designed to be hosted in libraries throughout Europe, will present visitors with engaging resources that will make these issues tangible and visual. It will also provide practical tips for what to do when we are confronted with these issues in our online lives. Read More

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  • 25 June 2024

Role of Librarians in fighting misinformation: A Librarian’s experience on Wikipedia

A key goal of IFLA's engagement with international organisations, not least the United Nations, is to create opportnities for our members to form partnerships that bring benefits to them and their communities. We're therefore happy to share this interview with Raymond Chepkwony of the Kenya National Library Service, who tells as about his experience of working with the UN country team in Kenya.  Read More

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  • 22 February 2024

IFLA submits response to UN consultation on information integrity

IFLA has submitted its response to a consultation run by the United Nations in the context of the preparation of its Code of Conduct on Information Integrity. In this, we underline the role of libraries in supporting the information integrity agenda, as well as calling for a stronger positive agenda on promoting access to, and appreciation of quality information.  Read More

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  • 04 January 2024

Libraries as Pillars of Information Integrity: Event Report Released

The world is waking up to the importance of information integrity as a precondition for success in delivering the Sustainable Development Goals. Fortunately, libraries have long not just understood the need for reliable, verifiable and accurate information, but have delivered it. They can contribute much to any future policy framework here. Read More

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  • 06 December 2023