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We would like to inform you of an update regarding the recent Executive Committee election for the term 2024-2027.
We are delighted to announce the results of the 2024-2027 EBLIDA elections and take this opportunity to extend our gratitude to all members who participated in the elections. We have been very impressed by the quality and range of the candidates.
Online voting will take place to elect a President and to select 10 Executive Committee members from 12 February to 11 March 2024.
As of the close of business on Monday, January 22, 2024, the EBLIDA Secretariat has officially received 2 nominations for the position of EBLIDA President and 11 nominations for the 10 available seats on the EBLIDA Executive Committee.
The Day of European Authors celebrates European literature and encourages interest in reading. It inspires younger generations to explore the richness of European literature. It also promotes linguistic diversity in Europe. The Day of European Authors is taking place on 25 March 2024.
We are delighted to announce the release of the Czech translation of the EBLIDA Recommendations on Library Legislation and Policy in Europe, provided by our Member, the National Library of the Czech Republic.
Join the upcoming RL:EU webinar and group coaching series in January 2024.
Are you a European library professional interested in EU funding? We want to hear from you!
We are happy to announce the availability of the Latvian translation of the EBLIDA Recommendations on Library Legislation and Policy in Europe. This significant development comes after the approval by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe of the CM/Rec(2023)3 Recommendation on Library Legislation and Policy in Europe.
The call for participation is open until December 31, 2023. The theme: Opening up our Heritage: Challenges and Opportunities in Digitising and Promoting Cultural and Research Collections
On October 19, Public Libraries 2030 (PL2030) hosted a local event in Ostend, Belgium within the context of the Informatie aan Zee 2023 conference. The two-day conference is an opportunity for information professionals in Flanders to gain knowledge, inspire each other and network. This year’s theme, “Impact: Are we making a difference? Make a difference!” takes a closer look at the social role of the information sector and how it can stay relevant to an ever-evolving society.
This full-time position is an exciting opportunity to act as a key player and influencer, lobbying on behalf of and representing the views of library and information professionals at European level.
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