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In conversation with Lan Gao, Chair, IFLA's Library Services to Multicultural Populations Section 

27 May 2022

    Within IFLA, the Section on Library Services to Multicultural Populations has a key role in bringing the field together to address the question of how our institutions and professions can serve our communities in all their diversity.  In 2022, the Section is celebrating 40 years of success in providing guidance, insights, and a space for exchange and learning. We interviewed the Section Chair, Lan Gao, to find out more.

    IFLA Newsletter May 2022: Editorial

    27 May 2022

      Welcome to the May IFLA Newsletter. With just two months to go until the World Library and Information Congress, we've got more exciting updates about what awaits you in Dublin, including links to the full programme, and a key reminder to apply for emerging leaders’ grants. There's also news about this year's IFLACamp, and on the recipients of the ARL grants.  

      An alliance for libraries, books and reading in Latin America and the Caribbean: memorandum of understanding signed with CERLALC

      25 May 2022

        On the occasion of the mid-term meeting of IFLA’s Regional Division Committee for Latin America and the Caribbean, a memorandum of understanding was signed between IFLA and CERLALC, the Centre for the Promotion of Books and Reading in Latin America and the Caribbean. This provides a framework for deeper cooperation between our organisation, in support of shared goals.

        Evidence for all in times of health emergency: IFLA supports Cochrane Call for Action

        23 May 2022

          The COVID-19 pandemic underlined the importance of timely and comprehensive health information, but also the difficulties faced by many in accessing it. Action is needed to ensure that everyone benefits from the infrastructure needed to achieve this. This goal lies at the heart of the Cochrane Call to Action on supporting evidence responses to global health emergencies.

          Celebrating and supporting innovation and impact: Interview on the Europe Challenge

          13 May 2022

            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.