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Alexandria Manifesto on Libraries, the Information Society in Action

العربية |Русский |Italiano | Slovenčina | Svenska | Ελληνικά Libraries and information services contribute to the sound operation of the inclusive Information Society. They enable intellectual freedom by providing access to information, ideas and… Read More

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FAIFE Mission

The objective of IFLA/FAIFE is to  Raise awareness of the essential correlation between the library concept and the values of freedom of expression. Collect and disseminate documentation and aim to stimulate a dialog both within and outside the library world. Act as a focal point on the issue… Read More

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The World Report 2007

The 2007 World Report shows that the digital divide is still a serious reality that needs to be tackled by library communities worldwide in the years to come. Significant inequalities in Internet access exist across the international library community which are often exacerbated by the increasing use of filtering… Read More

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IFLA/FAIFE World report 2007

Access to libraries and information: Towards a fairer world The individual sections of the World Report can be accessed by following the links in this Table of Contents. Also available is the full World Report in one consolidated file [PDF… Read More

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World Report 2007 Articles

From censorship to freedom of access to information and freedom of expression in South Africa – Archie L Dick Corruption and transparency in Russia: the anticorruption role of libraries – Irina Trushina The USA PATRIOT Act: an example of the impact of national… Read More

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World Report 2007 Country Reports

This year questionnaires were submitted by respondents from 116 countries and the individual country reports can be accessed by clicking on the links below. Albania Algeria Andorra Aruba Australia Austria Bahamas Barbados… Read More

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The World Report 2005

"Libraries, National Security, Freedom of Information Laws and Social Responsibilities" The IFLA/FAIFE World Report 2005 is an extensive 406-page document that updates and expands upon previous World Reports in 2001 and 2005. The 2005 report focuses on National Security, Freedom of Information Laws and Social… Read More

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The World Report 2005 Media release

IFLA/FAIFE are pleased to announce the launch of the IFLA/FAIFE World Report 2005 on Intellectual Freedom and Libraries titled ‘Libraries, National Security, Freedom of Information Laws and Social Responsibilities’. The Report was launched at the World Library and Information Congress press conferences on Tuesday 16th of August 2005 in Oslo. Read More

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