Content tagged Toolkits
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(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- Out of Commerce Works - the Case for an Exception
As part of IFLA's work, alongside partner organisations, in favour of copyright reform in Europe, we have produced an infographic. This serves as a briefing note on the need to an...
Publication - 16 December 2017
- Libraries Fighting Fake News: Uses of the IFLA Infographic
Libraries have been active in taking the IFLA infographic on How to Spot Fake News, and using it to promote media and information literacy. IFLA has produced a short report on initiatives to day...
Publication - 20 August 2017
- Data Protection in the EU: What Does it Mean for Libraries? (briefing)
The EU’s new data protection rules come into force in less than a year, with strong penalties for organisations that do not comply. While libraries are committed to respecting their users...
Publication - 3 August 2017
- Toolkit: Libraries, Development and the United Nations 2030 Agenda (Revised version - August 2017)
Take action now so that libraries have a say! IFLA has launched a new toolkit which will help you to advocate to your national and regional policy makers to make sure that libraries and...
Publication - 19 January 2016
- Toolkit: Libraries and the UN post-2015 development agenda (January 2015)
As the United Nations reflects on the future of global development and the post-2015 agenda, access to information must be recognised as critical to supporting governments to achieve development...
Publication - 14 January 2016
- Libraries and national development plans (January 2015)
Libraries make an important contribution to development. Take action now so that libraries are recognized as partners to support implementation of the new development agenda, and that...
Publication - 1 June 2015
- IFLA/UNESCO Multicultural Library Manifesto
Simon says: THIS IS A PLACEHOLDER for the book page in node/8976, created to have the manifesto appear in the Section's publications list. In that list, clicking on the link to this...
Publication - 17 April 2009