IFLA’s Professional Council (PC) is responsible for the guidance of the Professional Structure, as set out in IFLA’s Statutes. The Council supports the work of the IFLA Professional Units and their Officers, including publications and guidelines, and the development of toolkits, policy and initiatives. The PC liaises with the Regional Council in areas of mutual interest and identifies opportunities for collaboration. The Council also establishes procedures for organising the professional content of IFLA’s Congress programme (WLIC), including satellite conferences.
The IFLA Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division has planned a series of webinars between February 2024 and April 2024.
The seminar is intended for all library employees and other institutions preserving written cultural heritage, including librarians, archivists, museum professionals, conservators, and anyone interested in gaining knowledge on how to handle flood situations.
Europe Regional Division Committee focuses strongly on advocacy, identifying priorities for the region, and defining and delivering on action plans that respond to these. This includes work to build capacity, communicate about IFLA’s work and offer, extend IFLA’s membership and reach, and strengthen the voice of libraries.
IFLA’s Governing Board (GB) is responsible for the management of the Federation, as set out in IFLA’s Statutes. The GB meets at least three times a year, and is advised by the Professional Council, the Regional Council, and five Advisory Committees.
IFLA ENSULIB Webinar Series: Urban Roles of Public Buildings and Spaces – The Public Library as the Community SpaceLocation: Online
IFLA President Vicki McDonald will deliver the keynote address titled "Leave no-one behind".
The IFLA DDRS Webinar Series invites you to explore the human side of interlibrary loan in an upcoming English-language webinar. Join Peter Bae and Ibrahim Farah as they emphasize the importance of building connections and fostering understanding in library resource sharing. Through practical insights and real-life examples, they demonstrate how prioritizing meaningful relationships can enhance professional growth and amplify the impact of library services. Discover how communication, empathy, and goodwill can revolutionize your professional relationships and elevate resource sharing in libraries.