7 December 2018

Revised Guidelines for Library Services to Children aged 0-18 years published

By Benjamin Scheffler (Info Coordinator SC C&YA)

IFLA Guidelines for Library Services to Children aged 0-18We are proud to announce that our revised Guidelines for Library Services to Children aged 0-18 are now available.

After a lengthy survey process, carried out by Dr. Carolynn Rankin from Leeds-Beckett-University (UK), the revised version of the guidelines was presented during the World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) at Kuala Lumpur in August 2018.

We hope that they will be useful and, dynamic, and will also give guidance to the international library community about children's needs and rights on information, literacy, and reading.

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