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IFLA Expresses Concern for Sudan, Urges an End to Library Destruction and Looting

The people of Sudan face an increasingly perilous situation following the outbreak of civil armed conflict in April 2023. Our primary concerns are humanitarian, and we call for solidarity with the people of Sudan, including its library and information workers – those still in the country and those who have been forced to flee. Read More

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  • 30 June 2023
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Would you like to get involved with the Preservation and Conservation Section (PRESCONS)? Here’s how: Explore our Conferences pageProvide a translation for one of our resources – contact our Information Coordinator Learn how to become a Standing Committee Member – follow our elections pageBecome an IFLA… Read More

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  • 01 January 2023

Documentary Heritage Making a Difference

UNESCO’s Memory of the World (MoW) Programme  celebrated its 30th anniversary from 27 October - 5 November 2022. This programme seeks to ensure that the documentary heritage of the world is preserved, protected, and accessible – for people now and in the future. Read More

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  • 23 November 2022

Informing Policy Making: Parliament of Ghana library

IFLA Environment, Sustainability and Libraries (ENSULIB) Standing Committee Member and Librarian at the Parliament of Ghana, Amanda Delali Fie, discusses the role of preservation in information transmission in Parliamentary Libraries. Read More

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  • 22 November 2022

3rd Memory of the World Global Policy Forum

IFLA President Barbara Lison will speak for libraries at the 3rd Global Policy Forum of the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme, on the topic of "Enhancing International Cooperation to better Safeguard Documentary Heritage at Risk", taking place on 21-22 November in Tokyo, Japan. Read More

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  • 07 November 2022