IFLA/UNESCO Multicultural Library Manifesto Toolkit now available in French
19 October 2021
The IFLA/UNESCO Multicultural Library Manifesto Toolkit was developed by IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Section (MCULTP) for the purpose of giving practical approaches on how libraries can apply the concepts contained in the Manifesto.
Thanks to the efforts made by our French colleagues, gathered in the International section of the Association of France’s Librarians Lise Dachet, Charlène Perrin, Eléonore Clavreul and Van Ta-Minh, a French translation of the Toolkit is now available. Lise is a librarian in charge of developing and support user training within the Université de Paris, Charlène is a librarian in charge of coordinating the user training service and an information skills trainer for Cnam libraries, Eléonore is in charge of the national and international cooperation department for the Public Library of information, also working as the Information Coordinator for MCULTP of IFLA. Van Ta-Minh is the deputy director of the Marguerite Yourcenar Library in Paris.
Since the original English version was launched in 2012, the full Toolkit has been made available on the Toolkit webpage in Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, and now French.