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Bibliotecas y desigualdad. El papel de la cooperación regional en la construcción de sociedades justas y sostenibles

4 October 2022

    Sesión Abierta de la División América Latina y el Caribe (IFLA LAC RDC) durante el WLIC 2022, Dublín, Irlanda, el 26 de julio de 2022. La sesión tuvo por título “Bibliotecas y desigualdad. El papel de la cooperación regional en la construcción de sociedades justas y sostenibles” el cual coadyuva con que la pandemia Covid-19 ha puesto en evidencia el desarrollo e implementación de múltiples acciones teóricas y empíricas de carácter informativo en las que el cambio de paradigma para ampliar, compartir e intercambiar información es un tema de atención global.

    95 years strong - an IFLA anniversary

    30 September 2022

      95 years strong, lively and counting. On this day, 30 September, we celebrate a special anniversary of our Federation - a unique organisation bringing together members and volunteers from all corners of the globe.

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      A Librarian's School of Internet Governance Experience: Interview with Nina Nakaora

      30 September 2022

        Internet governance covers a wide range of issues of significant library interest. We rely increasingly on the internet to achieve our mission of providing maximum meaningful access to information, while in turn being key players in ensuring that the internet itself is inclusive. We interviewed Nina Nakaora (Fiji), who participated in this year's Asia Pacific School of Internet Governance (APSIG), ahead of the Asia-Pacific regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF).

        Out Now: October 2022 issue of IFLA Journal

        23 September 2022

          The October 2022 issue of IFLA Journal was developed in collaboration with the IFLA Advisory Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) to mark the 20th anniversary of the IFLA Statement on Libraries and Intellectual Freedom.

          The Power of Public Libraries: IFLA Public Libraries Section + the IFLA Strategy

          22 September 2022

            This month, IFLA features the IFLA’s Public Libraries section in the Units + Strategy recognition series, for their success in aligning their work to the 2019-2024 IFLA Strategic plan with accomplishments such as The IFLA/UNESCO Public Library Manifesto 2022, the IFLA/Systemic Public 2022 Library of the Year Award (PLOTY), amongst other strong initiatives. See how the Unit is supporting Key Initiatives 1.1, 2.2 and 2.3.

            IFLA Newsletter, September 2022: Editorial

            22 September 2022

              The importance of access to information as a right for all is of course at the heart of IFLA’s values. It is both a valuable goal in its own right, and an essential precondition for the achievement of so many other rights – to education, health, culture, science and more.

              Library and Research Services for Parliaments: it’s complicated!

              21 September 2022

                Parliamentary Libraries contribute to democracy through the provision of information, of reference and research services, of subject matter expert support to parliamentary committees and associations, and in many cases, the provision of information to the public about parliament. IFLA Library and Research Services for Parliaments discusses the work and its challenges.

                Parliamentary Libraries & Archives: Providing information and related services

                20 September 2022

                  Constitutions assign to parliaments not only the functions of law making and approval of expenditure/taxation but also the role of overseeing the work of the executive branch of government. Focusing on this last function of parliaments Josefa Fuentes, IFLA Library and Research Services for Parliaments (IFLAPARL) Chair, analyzes some of the inherent challenges ensuring public access to information produced and attained by the libraries and research services in parliaments related to government information.