Integrating libraries and culture into sustainable development planning: IFLA SG speaks at 4th Culture Summit27 September 2021
IFLA Division C and SET Call for Proposals - “International Engagement and Collaboration – Getting Started”26 September 2021
IFLA strongly welcomes the announcement by UNESCO that Accra, Ghana, will hold the title of World Book Capital 2023. This represents a great opportunity to highlight the work of Ghana’s libraries in promoting books and reading throughout the population.
Stichting IFLA Foundation is delighted to receive a €3m Arcadia grant to launch the new Knowledge Rights 21 (KR21) programme to promote access to knowledge for study, research and cultural life in Europe.
Available Now! The 2nd Edition of the UNESCO/PERSIST Guidelines for the Selection of Digital Heritage for Long-Term Preservation22 September 2021
To enable the enduring preservation of and access to documentary cultural heritage, including in digital form, in line with the UNESCO 2015 Recommendation, steps must be taken to preserve digitised and born-digital materials. The volume of digital information is almost incalculable, and continues to grow, which presents a significant challenge.
IFLA Headquarters is looking for a Programme Manager. Knowledge Rights 21 - 21st Century Access to Education and Research - is a programme run by Stichting IFLA Foundation, and bringing together library organisations working across Europe, supported by the Arcadia Foundation.
IFLA Headquarters is looking for a Network Coordinator. Knowledge Rights 21 - 21st Century Access to Education and Research - is a programme run by Stichting IFLA Foundation, and bringing together library organisations working across Europe, supported by the Arcadia Foundation.
Call for candidates for co-opted members of the Middle East and North Africa Regional Division Committee16 September 2021
All IFLA WLIC 2021 conference recordings are available for viewing in the e-Library.