The Importance of Access to Information to Achieve Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

Libraries, Access to Information and Sustainable Development

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19 Avril 2018

Hernán Santa Cruz Library (ECLAC), Santiago, Chile

IFLA will be represented by Adriana Cybele Ferrari (Brazil), Jonathan Hernandez-Perez (Mexico, Associate of IFLA's International Leaders Programme) and María Violeta Bertolini, Advocacy Communications Officer at IFLA HQ

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IFLA is proud to be working with the Hernán Santa Cruz Library at the UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) to hold a discussion about the importance of access to information - and libraries - for sustainable development.

Side event: "The importance of access to information to achieve sustainable development in LAC"

The side event "The importance of access to information to achieve sustainable development in Latin America and the Caribbean" is part of the Second Meeting of the Forum of the Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean on Sustainable Development 2018, a meeting focused on taking stock of progress in implementing the UN 2030 Agenda in the LAC region. The side event will bring perspectives from ECLAC and UNESCO, as well as IFLA - on how information can make the difference. 

IFLA will be represented in this event by Adriana Cybele Ferrari (Brazil), Jonathan Hernandez-Perez (Mexico, Associate of IFLA's International Leaders Programme) and Maria Violeta Bertolini, Advocacy Communications Officer at IFLA HQ, as well as members of the Chilean library community, represented by the Colegio de Bibliotecarios de Chile.

The side event will take place from 13:00 to 14:30 (local time) on 19 April 2018 at the Hernán Santa Cruz Library.

Find out more about IFLA's work on libraries and development, the Development and Access to Information (DA2I) report, and follow us during the event on Twitter and Facebook.

Watch the recording of the side event below:

Seminar, LDP (Library Development Programme), Access to information, Advocacy, Development, Libraries, Development and the UN 2030 Agenda, Latin America and the Caribbean, UN SDGs, UN 2030 Agenda

Dernière mise à jour: 24 avril 2018