First Loyalty by Toni Samek

IFLA acknowledged the precarious roles played by library and information workers in its 1983 adoption at the General Conference in Munich of the Resolution on Behalf of Librarians Who are Victims of Violation of Human Rights. It reads: “In the name of human rights, librarians must, as a profession, express […]

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Let’s celebrate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights!

The IFLA Advisory Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) has launched a new blog to encourage awareness, debate and discussion of the topics at the heart of its work. To kick discussions, we encourage you to reflect upon the meaning of human rights in […]

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SpeakUP!

IFLA’s Advisory Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) has launched a new blog to encourage awareness, debate and discussion of these vital topics. As an Advisory Committee, FAIFE monitors the state of intellectual freedom and responds to violations of free access to information and […]

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