Cultural Heritage Committees and Groups
One of IFLA’s most valuable assets are the members of the library field who volunteer their time and expertise in Sections, committees, and other groups.
Cultural Heritage Across IFLA: Who’s Who
Preservation and Conservation
This Section provides an international forum for all types of libraries to exchange, develop, and share knowledge and experience dealing with theories, policies, and practices for the preservation of cultural heritage.
Learn more: Preservation and Conservation Section
These Sections allow experts in various areas of cultural heritage librarianship to take a deeper dive into their subjects, share knowledge, exchange information, and work on collaborative initiatives.
- Rare Books and Special Collections Section
- Indigenous Matters Section
- Audiovisual Multimedia Section
- Art Libraries Section
- National Libraries Section
Preservation and Conservation (PAC) Centres
IFLA’s PAC Centres are not a part of IFLA’s Professional Programme. Rather, they are an important aspect of the Preservation and Conservation (PAC) Strategic Programme. They carry out independent projects that tackle regionally specific issues and build local capacity, while exchanging knowledge across their network and beyond.
These groups align their work and identify areas of collaboration through representation on the Cultural Heritage Programme Advisory Committee.