Launch of ‘Everywhere All the Time’ – a digital literacy intervention that fosters critical conversations about technology and AI

With a growing generation of people relying on the internet for learning, entertainment and socializing, it's crucial to cultivate their capacity to ask critical questions about how technology impacts their lives, their communities and the planet. But how can educators guide teens to understand and navigate the digital world confidently? “Everywhere, All the Time” is a creative and playful digital literacy intervention, aiming to do just that.

  • News
  • 16 April 2024

Post-Pandemic Perceptions

While we have been fortunate to be able to put the restrictions associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic behind us, not all is the same as before. IFLA's Regional Council, which brings together representatives of each world region, has produced a new report which looks in particular at how the way governments, communities and libraries themselves saw libraries before the Pandemic and now.

  • News
  • 10 April 2024

Welcome progress, but one key step remains in updating South Africa’s copyright law

Last week, the Parliament of South Africa took the important step of voting through the Copyright Amendment Bill, which promises to do much to support libraries in fulfilling their missions, as well as empowering authors and other creators. One key step remains - for the bill to be signed into law by the President.

  • News
  • 03 March 2024

Role of Librarians in fighting misinformation: A Librarian’s experience on Wikipedia

A key goal of IFLA's engagement with international organisations, not least the United Nations, is to create opportnities for our members to form partnerships that bring benefits to them and their communities. We're therefore happy to share this interview with Raymond Chepkwony of the Kenya National Library Service, who tells as about his experience of working with the UN country team in Kenya. 

  • News
  • 22 February 2024

Management & Marketing meet in Lima – Peru: Open Day Sessions

The Open day Session is an in-presence event hosted by BRITANICO Library, the library of the Asociación Cultural Peruano Británica - BRITANICO, one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in Peru, and will be streaming in a Webinar Zoom format to reach a wider audience all over the world. This open day aim to close libraries and colleagues from the Latin American Region, and to interchange experiences between M&M members and Peruvian librarians regarding to management and marketing practices seeking opportunities for developing and sustainable collaboration.

  • Events
  • 20 February 2024