Sustainable development and sustainable communities

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The project maximizes public libraries' potential as hubs for contemporary art. Creating a European network, it supports emerging artists through library residencies, turning them into ateliers for public engagement. The initiative enhances artists' visibility, opens commercial avenues, and strengthens the sector. Libraries evolve, reflecting on their cultural roles, hosting workshops, exhibitions, and training sessions for librarians and artists.
The general objective of TELL is to massively reach out to, and train librarians in using the European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) in order to implement the Council of Europe Recommendation on Library Legislation and Policy in Europe. Moreover, TELL will also make the case for a possible action line focused on libraries within ESIF 2028-2035.
The overall project aims at providing knowledge and tools to support analysis, debate and decision-making, in view of facilitating the strict protection of 10% of European seas, as per the European Union’s Biodiversity Strategy for 2030. SPA4OCEAN requires the support of libraries to raise awareness about the importance of ocean protection in their local communities.
In the BibBl.a project the library development services of Region Jämtland Härjedalen have developed thematic toolkits (one handicraft toolkit, one digital toolkit, one book talk tool kit) which serve as content for local library workshops focused on citizens sharing knowledge, trying out new things, and talking about sustainability from their various points of view.
Since December 2020, the Șirna Communal Library in Prahova County has started implementing the European project “Green Library for a Sustainable Community — Lib4Green”, an Erasmus+ mobility project in the field of adult education, submitted and won last year.
The aim of the project is to implement the National Strategy for Sustainable Development of Romania 2030 (SNDDR 2030) by ensuring the appropriate implementation framework, increasing the institutional capacity of central authorities, streamlining inter-institutional communication and collaboration, ensuring consistency of implementation by monitoring progress and presenting Romania’s development trends, allowing evidence-based public decisions in a projective manner, anticipating systematic developments and risks.
In 2015, the Bad Oldesloe City Library made use of the political and social trend towards “urban gardening” as an occasion to organise for series of events on gardening in urban areas. Their aim was to spread knowledge about the cultivation of food in the city, to deal with the question of the origins of food and to stimulate discussion within the community.





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