Presentations and papers, IFLA WLIC 2018 Session "Library services: empowering people to develop their inter-cultural identities"

by Eleonore Clavreul, Cecile Denier, Bernadette M. López-Fitzsimmons, Leslie Kuo and Raquel M. Ortiz

Publisher: IFLA Section 32: Library Services to Multicultural Populations (MCULTP)

These presentations were made at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress 2018 in Kaula Lumpur by the the invited speakers in IFLA MCULTP's public session. The participative session included one hour of talks, followed by round-table discussions with the audience members, facilitated by the speakers.

The talks and speakers included:

Bringing Bilingual Books to Life
Raquel M. Ortiz, Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, City University of New York, United States

Barriers and Bridges: Lived Experiences of Immigrant Staff in German Libraries
Leslie Kuo, Stadtbibliothek Pankow (Berlin), Germany

Multicultural Engagement
John Spears and Teona Shaindze Krebs, Pikes Peak Library District, United States

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Conversation workshops at the public information library
Eleonore Clavreul and Cecile Denier, Bibliothèque publique d'information (Paris), France

Libraries Exploring Ways to Empower the Development of Intercultural Identities and Multicultural Competencies
Bernadette M. López-Fitzsimmons, Manhattan College, United States

Thank you to all the speakers and to our session chair, Lan Gao. If you have any questions about the presentations, please contact the speaker via the contact information in their presentation.

Conference proceedings, Library Services to Multicultural Populations, Multicultural populations, Malaysia, Cultural Diversity, Linguistic Diversity, Diversity, Library Outreach, Intercultural Competence, Identity, immigrants, Bilingualism

Last update: 3 October 2018