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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

Applications Open: UNESCO World Book Capital 2023

The call for applications for the title of UNESCO World Book Capital City 2023 is open. IFLA encourages cities with cities with strong and innovative policies supporting books and readings to apply. Read More

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  • 12 March 2021
  • By: anonymous

Guadalajara named as World Book Capital 2022

The title of UNESCO World Book Capital 2022 will fall to Guadalajara, Mexico. From 23 April 2022, the city will host a year-long programme of events celebrating books, reading and libraries. Read More

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  • 05 November 2020
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Save the Date – Global Media & Information Literacy Week 2020

IFLA is excited to partner with UNESCO on Global Media & Information Literacy Week 2020! This year, Global Media & Information Literacy Week will be celebrated through interactive, virtual events hosted by the Republic of Korea. Save the date: 24-31 October 2020 Click… Read More

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  • 27 August 2020
  • By: anonymous

Copyright Reader Working Group

The Copyright reader working group aims to produce an open access book to increase copyright literacy in the library sector by explaining copyright and its application in common copyright matters. Members Jessica Coates, jessica@libcopyright.org.au Victoria Owen, victoria.owen@utoronto.ca  Susan Reilly, susan.reilly@ucd.ie Editorial liaison with De Gruyter:… Read More

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  • 18 June 2020

In Times of Trouble, Read! Eight Things to Do on World Book Day!

World Book Day 2020 would have been a special event anyway, marking 25 years since the first celebration in 1995. But this year’s celebration will be particularly special. We look both at how libraries help meet the goals of this year's celebration - combatting isolation and loneliness - and offer eight ways you can celebrate! Read More

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  • 23 April 2020
  • By: anonymous