Global Vision News
It was full steam ahead for the IFLA Global Vision Regional Workshop tour as key players from the Asia and Oceania library field came together on 23 – 25 May to contribute their ideas for actions in our second phase of this unique worldwide discussion.
The IFLA Global Vision Regional Workshop arrived in Paris, France on 14 - 16 May for Europe's turn to generate their ideas for actions and what a wealth of ideas there were!
24 leaders from the library field engaged in the IFLA Global Vision Regional Workshop for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) on 8 – 10 May, hosted at the National Library of Tunisia.
Next week sees the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region's turn to discuss their ideas for actions as the IFLA Global Vision discussion reaches the splendid National Library of Tunisia on 8 – 10 May and the Global Vision team cannot wait to begin!
Hot on the heels of our fantastic Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) regional workshop last week, it was North America’s turn to shine as the IFLA Global Vision world tour reached Ottawa, Canada and to a wondrous reception.
What a start! The first 2018 IFLA Global Vision Regional Workshop began this week in the Biblioteca del Congreso de Chile in Santiago, Chile and what a fantastic opening to our world tour it was.
After the launch of the IFLA Global Vision Report Summary, followed by an engaging Global Vision Kick-off Workshop in Barcelona, Spain on 20-21 March, the first of six IFLA Global Vision Regional Workshops in 2018 will take place in the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) region on 11-12 April.
It is all systems go for the IFLA Global Vision discussion after a hugely successful two-day kick-off meeting in Barcelona, Spain on 20 and 21 March 2018.
IFLA’s eagerly-awaited Global Vision Report Summary launches today, Monday 19 March, at the IFLA President’s Meeting 2018, revealing incredible insights into the views of over 31,000 participants from 190 UN Member States across all seven continents.