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Partnerships to Counter Theft and Trafficking: IFLA Joins ICOM at launch of new Red List

27 February 2023

    When any type of cultural property disappears, it is a great loss to humanity. However, around the world, cultural objects are at risk of illicit theft and trafficking. This is a complex issue, and working to counter these threats is not a task that one can take on alone. There is a need for collaboration between cultural institutions, like libraries and museums, and with law enforcement, customs organisations, and other stakeholders. IFLA is dedicated to helping protect the world’s cultural heritage, and we work with many partners to build capacity to counter the threat of trafficking.

    Using Technology to Teach Malaysians Media and Information Literacy Skills: e-LMM Portal for Malaysians at the National Library of Malaysia

    23 February 2023

      The objectives of the e-LMM Portal are to enable the Media and Information Literacy Programme that was taught manually to be accessed online through the self-learning system platform. Besides that, the e-LMM portal also aims to facilitate the learning of media and information literacy skills regardless of time and place.

      National General Educational Electronic Library: A New Impetus for the Development of Information and Library Interaction

      23 February 2023

        The practice of international experience suggests that a good supply of high-quality information-library services to the public generates and meets their interests in science, education, information, and culture. Up-to-date information and communication technology must be efficiently utilised in the information-library supply system.

        Fiji Book Drive

        23 February 2023

          In 2011, Fiona observed the extent to which schools are under-resourced in Fiji. Her solution to this problem was to establish the Fiji Book Drive to deliver resources to these schools.