Attending the 87th World Library and Information Congress in Dublin? Take the opportunity to check in with the Knowledge Rights 21 team and find out more about how you can get involved and contribute to its goals, especially on Thursday 28 July, 13:15, in Liffey Hall 2.
IFLA's Regional Division Committees will participate at their first IFLA World Library & Information Congress (WLIC) 2022 scheduled for Dublin, Ireland. They have prepared exciting Open sessions and are more than ready to share views and ideas on strengthening library advocacy at the regional evidence. Join their Open sessions to get to know what is happening in the world of libraries across all the regions of the world.
The Knowledge 21 Programme, of which IFLA is a a partner organisation, has launched a call for bids for funding to carry out work to promote copyright reform in Europe. Deadline: 30 September.
The Knowledge Rights 21 Programme, of which IFLA is a partner, has launched a call for individuals or organisations who can support advocacy at the national level around copyright law and policy reform in Europe.
To offer insights into how to get involved in Internet Governance matters in Europe, IFLA’s European Regional Division Committee and EuroDIG (European Dialogue on Internet Governance) organised a webinar and its recording is now available to watch.
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.
Have you ever struggled to understand copyright and licensing for resource sharing? If so, you are not alone. Please join us for this free one-hour webinar that will include a concise overview of copyright and licensing issues, with a specific focus on international resource sharing, followed by a panel discussion with experts in the field.
The European Cultural Foundation has just launched an open call for the Europe Challenge 2022, after finishing the pilot edition with a small group of libraries, who went through a year-long programme and helped to co-design the scheme, along with the partners Demsoc, Public Libraries 2030 and OBA (Amsterdam Public libraries).
We interviewed the Europe Challenge team, Nicola Mullenger and Olga Alexeeva. If you're interested to know more about how you can join and be part of a Europe-wide citizen-led change, working with your communities, read on: Deadline to apply 27 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!!