International Advocacy Programme (IAP)
Key Initiative 4.2:
Delivering the International Advocacy Programme (IAP)
We will develop the International Advocacy Programme to give the library sector the capacity to create and promote a favourable policy framework for valued library services to the community, set and implement regional and national action agendas, and build advocacy skills.
We will deliver the Africa IAP pilot, Train the Trainer Workshop and Regional IAP Workshops.
We will work with the library sector to campaign for the inclusion of library services in national development plans.
- International Advocacy Programme (IAP): Ten projects now under way (22 June 2017)
- International Advocacy Programme (IAP) Update – May 2017 (31 May 2017)
- 72 countries are now part of IFLA's International Advocacy Programme (IAP) (March 2017)
- IFLA invites you to submit examples of how libraries contribute to the United Nations 2030 Agenda (March 2017)
- International Advocacy Programme (IAP) Update - February 2017 (February 2017)
- Invitation to submit funding proposals for the International Advocacy Programme (IAP) (January 2017)
- IFLA signs agreements with 50 countries to work towards getting Libraries included in National Development Plans (December 2016)
- Launch of IFLA’s International Advocacy Programme with four Regional Workshops (December 2016)
- Libraries make an essential contribution to development (June 2016)
- Toolkit Libraries and National Development Plans (April 2016)
- IFLA launches new toolkit to support immediate advocacy for access to information in national development plans (December 2015)
- Call for examples: Libraries and the UN 2030 Agenda (August 2015)
Last update: 17 August 2017