Tag Archive for 'impact'

The 10-Minute Library Advocate #46: Think about how to measure success

The need for library advocacy is clear. But it’s not always easy to tell how effective it has been. Changes in opinion or levels of support are not always easy to count. But it’s far from impossible! When you set goals, it’s worth taking a few minutes at least to […]

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Libraries: Unleashing the Transformative Power of Culture and Creativity for Local Development

IFLA attended the first ever OECD conference examining the links between culture and local growth. The conference took place in Venice, an ideal venue to discuss the importance of culture and cultural heritage, and the newly launched OECD Guide: Culture and Local Development: Maximising the Impact. Culture is currently on […]

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Libraries at the African Youth SDGs Summit

By Damilare Oyedele, Library and You Over 1,200 young people from across Africa gathered at Accra International Conference Centre, Accra Ghana from 7th – 9th November for the 2nd edition of the African Youth SDGs Summit. The African Youth SDGs Summit is an annual continental summit that gathers young people […]

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