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IFLA to accelerate development of library associations through expanded Building Strong Library Associations programme

Press Release– Programme will be expanded to build capacity within the profession for equitable access to information and improved library services in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Global Libraries Initiative. World Library and Information Congress in Singapore … Continue reading

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IFLA – Building Strong Library Associations Impact Report 2012

Library associations are key institutions in the library and information sector around the world. Library associations are advocates for equitable access to information, and help to build strong, sustainable library communities by improving services for library users, and supporting development … Continue reading

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IFLA association affiliate membership

IFLA- the International Federation of Library Associations – is offering a new membership category for emerging library associations at EUR 58 per year ( around US $ 74 ). This includes free membership registration with the Management of Library Associations … Continue reading

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Building Strong Library Associations

BSLA country projects are single country projects lasting up to two years, aimed at strengthening national library associations. One country will be selected from each of IFLA’s three regional sections in 2011. Applications should be submitted to IFLA by 1 … Continue reading

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