Content tagged Freedom to read
Ordered by publication date from most to less recent.
(These results include any available translations of the original English documents.)
- Liberties in the Library: Updates
This page contains 'Liberties in the Library' updates as sent out on the FAIFE Network mailing list. The updates are curated by IFLA Headquarters, and we welcome suggestions for stories...
Informational Page - 12 January 2017
- Libraries’ Role in Connecting the Next 1.5 Billion Recognised
Governments, international organisations, civil society representatives, development banks and industry have underlined their support for public access to the internet in libraries as a means of...
News - 25 April 2016
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, Democracy, Development, Digital divide, Digital resources, Disadvantaged people, Education, Education and training, Freedom of information, Freedom to read, Government information, Internet access, LDP (Library Development Programme)
- How libraries for children and young adults are supporting development by providing access to information
How do libraries, librarians and library services support development? Section Libraries for Children and Young Adults gave a brief on a statement based on Lyon declaration principals....
Publication - 13 July 2015
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, Children, Development, Freedom of information, Freedom to read, Lyon Declaration, Statement, Young adults, Statements, Libraries for Children and Young Adults
- The problem of blasphemy and defamation of religion laws
[PDF] Introduction Precisely on the day the first words of this Spotlight were written, a newspaper story reported that in a court in Tomsk, Siberia, state prosecutors have filed a...
Publication - 4 January 2012
- Banned Books video calendar is rolling
The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland, and IFLA's FAIFE (Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression) Committee have together created the world's first Banned Books video calendar...
News - 14 December 2011
- The First Banned Books Video Calendar is Ready!
The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression) have together created the world's first Banned Books...
News - 1 December 2011
- Enhancing the Culture of Reading and Books in the Digital Age: Copyright as a Means to Foster Creativity and Access
Cherry blossoms in Osaka, Japan; image courtesy of pelican IFLA is pleased to announce that a symposium "Enhancing the Culture of Reading and Books in the Digital Age: Copyright...
Event - 20 September 2010
- FAIFE Makes Available Translations of Major Training Materials and Policy Documents
During 2009, IFLA language centres around the world have been busy with a major translation project. Using funds provided by the Swedish International Co-operation and Development Agency (Sida),...
News - 9 March 2010
- Oslo satellite conference 2010
"WITH THE RIGHT TO READ" Oslo IFLA pre-conference on reading August 7th - 9th 2010 IFLA satellite conference on Reading for all - a question of equal access,...
Informational Page - 21 July 2009
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, Digital divide, Disadvantaged people, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Freedom to read, Reading, Services to people with disabilities, Services to the visually impaired, Library Services to People with Special Needs