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IFLA CPDWL Satellite Meeting 2019: Call for Papers

Zagreb image Join us for the IFLA CPDWL Satellite Meeting 2019 in Zagreb, Croatia. We are now inviting proposals for papers and presentations.

12 Janvier 2019 | CPDWL

WLIC 2019, Call for papers

The IFLA Religions: Libraries and Dialogue Special Interest Group invite interested professionals to submit proposals for the open session to be held during IFLA WLIC in Athens, Greece, from 24-30 August 2019.

11 Janvier 2019 | RELINDIAL | Religions: Libraries and Dialogue, Best practice, Collection development, Communication, Conservation, Cultural heritage, Democracy, Education, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Minorities, Multicultural populations, Peace, Social inclusion, Society, Sustainability, Dialogue, conflict, Religion, Heritage, resentment, RELINDIAL

Inaugural Annual African Parliamentary Researchers Conference 2019

The Parliament of Kenya will be hosting the Inaugural Annual African Parliamentary Researchers Conference 2019 from 18th to 22nd March, 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.

10 Janvier 2019 | Library and Research Services for Parliaments | Library and Research Services for Parliaments, Africa, Conference

New Marketing Award Deadline: 18 January

Missed the Award deadline? Good news - the cut off for applications is now 18 JANUARY!!

10 Janvier 2019 | Management and Marketing

Call for papers and posters: Satellite meeting in Pythagorion, Samos, Greece 22 – 23 August 2019

The Management and Marketing Section, in collaboration with Samos Public Library are organizing a satellite meeting in Pythagorion, Samos, Greece 22 – 23 August 2019. The event will precede the annual World Library and Information Congress: 85th IFLA General Conference and Assembly in Athens 24 – 30 August. Theme Recruiting and Managing the New Generation of Employees to Attract New Markets and Create new Services

9 Janvier 2019 | Management and Marketing

Thank You: IFLA Celebrates the Work of Global Libraries

After 21 years, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Libraries Programme has closed its doors. IFLA, on behalf of the entire global library field, would like to give thanks not only for its contributions to date, but for the immense impact it will continue to have into the future.

9 Janvier 2019 | General IFLA news | Global Libraries Programme