FLA was excited to attend and contribute to Creative Commons’s conversation on the future of openness. The open movement provides opportunities for libraries to engage with and serve their users, as well as reach new users. Read on for some key take-aways from the programme, and what they may mean for library advocacy going forward.
This newsletter issue highlights the power of collaboration and shows how much libraries can achieve when working together.
IFLA’s core message at MONDIACULT 2022 was a call to policymakers, including ministers of culture from around the world, to look to library associations and
institutions as partners in realising the potential of culture to leave no one behind. We stressed that, through its transversal impact across the development agenda, culture is critical for achieving sustainable development goals.
As part of the UNESCO MONDIACULT conference, IFLA is happy to be joining colleagues from the Culture2030Goal campaign as well as the Canadian National Commission for UNESCO at a side event on making culture more central to sustainable development.
IFLA is proud to join its colleagues in the Culture2030Goal campaign in an event to launch a zero-draft of a possible culture goal, within the context of future global development framework.
IFLA is excited to bring the perspective of libraries to the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022 with an official side event.
IFLA is excited to offer this official Side Event during the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development – MONDIACULT 2022.