- 27 May 2022
- 25 May 2022
Call for Presentations: The Workshop (Part 1) for highlighting experiences integrating local history and genealogy materials with K-12 students.
- 12 May 2022
As we increasingly move to a more open access research environment, there are considerations to tackle as we share research instrumentation, data, and published output. Join us as we consider these issues with librarians who have already been involved in adapting practices to a new open access environment.
- 10 May 2022
The IFLA Academic and Research Libraries Section (ARL) Standing Committee continues its ongoing webinar series with Research Ethics in an Open Research Environment. Please join us!!
- 10 May 2022
The IFLA News Media Section seeks proposals for papers to be presented in person at their Open Session at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2022 in Dublin, Ireland. This session aims to provide insights into different projects dealing with news media and to encourage exchange on how individuals or institutions can use news content in the context of education and research.
- 21 March 2022
IFLA Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division Committee: a vital player in the region for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
On the 25th February 2022, the IFLA Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division Committee (IFLA SSA RDC) organised a Panel Discussion as a side event in the context of the UN Africa Regional Forum for Sustainable Development to be held in Kigali Rwanda during 3-5 March 2022 on theme: Building forward better: African library partnerships for inclusive information and education towards Agendas 2030 and 2063.
- 01 March 2022
Due to the COVID-19 travel restrictions, the IFLA-Document Delivery & Resource Sharing and Qatar National Library organizing committees decided to postpone the 17th Interlending and Document Supply Conference.
- 25 February 2022
The UNESCO Online Consultation on Cultural Policies for the Africa Region was held on 31 January and 1 February, hosted by the Republic of Senegal. IFLA was represented, making the case for libraries to be involved, from the design to the delivery of cultural policies and strategies.
- 02 February 2022
The Pandemic has clearly focused minds on health, and how essential it is that we do not take it for granted. The right to health – and with it, the right to health information – have rapidly moved up the political agenda. Find out about the plans of our Health and Biosciences Section (HBS) and Evidence for Global and Disaster Health Special Interest Group (E4GDH), and in particular about the 2022 International Congress of Medical Librarianship.
- 12 January 2022