The Brussels Lead will make a vital contribution to the Programme’s success at the European level, developing the networks, contact and understanding necessary within the EU institutions to catalyse change. Closing date: 15 December 2021.
IFLA is excited to announce its plan to hold the 87th IFLA World Library and Information Congress in person, in Dublin, Ireland. Mark the dates in your diary now – 26-29 July 2022 – and look out for more updates!
IFLA Headquarters is looking for an experienced Human Resources Officer (part time position, 16 hours per week) to join a dynamic international team working with members and volunteers on global projects.
All IFLA WLIC 2021 conference recordings are available for viewing in the e-Library.
IFLA's new website is now live! Reflecting our new structures, and with strong attention both to ease of navigation and accessibility, it provides a new key reference point for the global library field.
After three intensive days of sharing and learning, our 86th World Library and Information Congress – and first ever virtual one – came to an end, with the last of over 160 sessions packed with knowledge, insights and exchange.
As the 86th World Library and Information Congress reaches its conclusion, it is time to think about what comes next. IFLA calls on its volunteers, Members, and everyone in the field to plan their own actions, and to work together for a sustainable future.
With the announcement of her presidential theme – libraries building a sustainable future – IFLA President-elect Barbara Lison focused her session at WLIC on the long-term trends facing our field, as defined by the emerging talents who will lead it.
It all started with an endowment of 6,000 books in 1785. Today, Deichman Bjørvika in Oslo has been named as the world’s best new public library.
IFLA WLIC provides a great opportunity to reaffirm the goals of the IFLA Strategy, and to accelerate our efforts to implement it.
IFLA’s General Assembly is only a week away. Following this meeting, IFLA's new Statutes and revised structure will be implemented. A new era for the Federation will begin.
Soon, the global library field will be together again, back for the 86th World Library and Information Congress.