Claudia Lux, IFLA President 2007-2009
Theme: Libraries on the Agenda
"Libraries on the agenda!" was the motto of IFLA's President from 2007-2009, Prof. Dr. Claudia Lux.
During her presidency the top priority was to have the concerns and needs of libraries put on the agenda of governments and local policy makers.
In an interview published in the library journal "Forum Biliothek und Information" (2005), Hft.11/12, p.722 titled "We have to sit at the table of political decision makers", she talked about her presidency's plans, list of priorities and wishes.
At a pre-conference to her presidency at the IFLA conference in Seoul in August 2006 she introduced her presidency's motto with a kick off paper.
- Kick off paper for discussion of the presidential theme 2007-2009: "Libraries on the Agenda"
- Initialpapier für die Diskussion des Präsidentschaftsthemas 2007-2009: "Bibliotheken auf die Tagesordnung!"
- Ouverture de la discussion sur le thème présidentiel 2007 - 2009: Les bibliothèques à l'ordre du jour!
During the German IFLA presidential term, the German IFLA national committee, supported by the German Foreign Office and the Goethe Institut, held an international conference series entitled "Free Access to Information".
Three conferences of the series were scheduled for the German IFLA presidential term 2007, 2008 and 2009:
Third International Meeting
19-20 February 2009
Access to Knowledge Infrastructures: Networking through Libraries
Second International Meeting
21-22 February 2008
Free access and digital divide - challenges for science and society in the digital age
First International Meeting
18-19 January 2007
Free Access to Information
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Last update: 25 April 2017