Author Archive for dariabeliakova

Multicultural Library: Reality and Prospects

The Russian Federation declared 2022 the Year of Cultural Heritage of the Peoples of Russia. This decision is in tune with the International Decade of the World’s Indigenous Languages (IDIL 2022-2032) proclaimed by the UN General Assembly (A/RES/74/135 Resolution). In pursuance of it, the Russian institutions of culture, including libraries, […]

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Library Dialogue of the CIS Countries and Border Territories

Today’s national borders, certainly, pose no obstacle to the development of a single cultural and information space where universal human values are preserved and passed on from generation to generation. Libraries in border territories have been known for their great contribution to strengthening inter-State socio-cultural ties, preserving the local cultural […]

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Fruitful coaching experience

In August of this year, I took part in coaching sessions as a coach for the first time. Traditionally, these sessions were held on the fields of the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, but in virtual format this time. Therefore, everyone, not just WLIC members, had the opportunity to […]

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Roundtable participation of Russian librarians at the IFLA Congress 2021 by Svetlana A. Gorokhova and Daria Beliakova

Круглый стол по участию российских библиотек в работе Всемирного библиотечного и информационного конгресса ИФЛА 2021 г. Пост-релиз   В преддверии Всемирного библиотечного и информационного конгресса ИФЛА (17-19 августа 2021 г.,  онлайн-формат) в Библиотеке иностранной литературы прошел методический круглый стол по участию российских библиотек в работе Конгресса. Организаторами встречи традиционно выступили […]

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ALMA 2021: Moscow Meeting of Library Leaders at Inostranka by Svetlana A. Gorokhova and Daria Beliakova

On April 20, 2021, prominent representatives of the world library community took part in a four-hour discussion, which highlighted the role of libraries in modern society. At the anniversary session the 100-year history of the Library for Foreign Literature (LFL) was presented as an author project of its founder Margarita […]

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