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Library advocacy tales: securing long-term funding for community libraries in Argentina

In the first of an occasional series focused on successful advocacy initiatives by libraries around the world, we look to Argentina, where a recent decision saw a commitment to funding community libraries for 50 years. To find out more about what was achieved, and how, we interviewed the Chair of IFLA's Regional Division Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean, Alejandro Santa. Read More

  • News
  • 06 July 2022

The IFLA ENSULIB Webinar Series Project

ENSULIB holds free webinars irregularly on the topics related to the green and sustainable libraries and library projects, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and other relevant emerging trends. The following are the webinars held by ENSULIB recently. You may also visit our IFLA ENSULIB… Read More

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  • 04 March 2022

Protecting library education in Ecuador

IFLA’s Regional Division Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean has been active in supporting the Ecuadorian librarians’ association in fighting back against a proposal to close down library degree programmes in the country. Read More

  • News
  • 04 January 2022

Lessons from the Library Advocacy Priorities Survey (13:00 UTC)

Where are libraries around the world focusing their advocacy efforts? And what activities are they undertaking to achieve them? Find out what IFLA's Regional Advocacy Priorities Study tells us, as a starting point for thinking about where and how we advocate, 13:00-13:45 UTC. Read More

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  • 23 November 2021