2 October 2010

Call for papers - Reading links between generations: towards a more cohesive society

This has now been postponed until September 21-23 due to the ongoing events in Tunisia and neighbouring countries.

Call for Papers

The Institut Superieur de Documentation (ISD) of Tunisia and the French Federation of Associations of Friends of the Library and the Book (FENAABIL) calls for papers for an international conference they are organizing in Tunis from 23 to 25 March 2011 under the title "Reading link between generations: towards a more cohesive society." This symposium seeks to explore and analyze the practices of mutual support between generations, especially in libraries and schools. The Federation of Friends of the Library and the Book Association invites interested persons to submit a proposal for a presentation of about 25 minutes on a topic above presentation to be published as Item thereafter.

Proposals may be submitted in one of the following languages in addition to the host country's language "Arabic": English, French.

Proposals should not contain more than 500 words (one page) must be submitted in electronic format (PDF or doc.), and must be accompanied by a brief curriculum vitae of the authors.

For more information, click here or contact Ahmed Ksibi at the email address below. 

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