IFLA will join a workshop on cultural rights and cultural property protection hosted by the High Commissioner on Human Rights.
Celebrate #InternationalVolunteersDay with IFLA's CPDWL Section and New Professionals Special Interest Group on 5 December 2023. As IFLA volunteers, we contribute to our library associations through insightful programs and resources. Join our Meme Contest to showcase your creativity. The top three submissions will earn an eCertificate. All participants' works will be featured in a CPDWL/NPSIG blog post.
IFLA’s Governing Board (GB) is responsible for the management of the Federation, as set out in IFLA’s Statutes. The GB meets at least three times a year, and is advised by the Professional Council, the Regional Council, and four Advisory Committee.
IFLA will attend the 2023 UNCTAD eWeek to reaffirm the growing importance of libraries in the digital economy and to explore good practices, possible ways of engaging in partnerships for inclusive digitalization and actionable steps for libraries to help shape an inclusive and sustainable future of the digital economy.
Join IFLA NPSIG and IFLA CPDWL to discuss the importance of volunteers in the success of their associations and learn about the experience of those who have volunteered in the libraries.
IFLA is hosting an event at COP28 as a part of UNESCO and the Ministry of Education of the UAE's Greening Education Hub.
IFLA's Advisory Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) will attend this event in a hybrid format.
IFLA Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division Webinar: Librarying SDGs: sharing experiences for progressLocation:
The IFLA Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Division is planning a series of webinars between December 2023 and April 2024.