- 04 April 2022
- 16 March 2022
Since March 2020 librarians, along with the entire world, have been experiencing acute levels of stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic. Recently, stressors related to civil conflict have exacerbated panic levels. How can we help our exhausted library workers serving exhausted library patrons? Which resources can help library workers with burnout and anxiety? There are no magical solutions, but by working together over time we can build networks to support each other.
- 16 March 2022
The United Nations 2030 Agenda is not just a document for governments, rather it sets out responsibilities for everyone, including libraries! However, it is not always easy to make the connection between high-level policy documents and day-to-day library operations. We interviewed Natalice Cardoso, to find out about her work in engaging libraries in questions around the Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals
- 17 January 2022
- 23 December 2021
IFLA has issued the below statement in support of its German members, who are currently engaged in discussions around reforms which would create a guarantee that libraries can acquire and lend eBooks on reasonable terms, in the face of opposition.
- 25 October 2021
2021 Frankfurt Book Fair Studio Event: Books, Libraries and Cultural Institutions: A relationship with potentiality in post-COVID times
IFLA President-elect Antonia Arahova will give a presentation at an international panel discussion titled “IFLA, Libraries and Cultural Institutions: A relationship with potentiality in post-COVID times”.
- 07 October 2021
IFLA President Barbara Lison will give a presentation titled "Nachhaltigkeit – DAS Thema für Bibliotheken"
- 10 September 2021
- 02 May 2019
- 07 March 2019