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On April 10, 2024, the RL:EU Conference: Digital Upskilling for Libraries in Europe will be taking place in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference will be in a hybrid format, and will present resources, frameworks, and projects on digital upskilling for libraries in Europe.
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.
EBLIDA is happy to announce that Mikkel Christoffersen will start on February 1, 2024 as the new Director of EBLIDA. He is the successor of Giuseppe Vitiello, who left EBLIDA in December 2023.
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.
Learn more about E-PANEMA, EBLIDA’s newest partnership matching tool, a repository for all library projects in Europe, and a place where you can find resources for project proposals. Find out how to use it to its full potential on this free online session!
EBLIDA is excited to announce the soft launch of our new website. While we are in the final stages of development, we couldn’t wait to introduce you to a powerful new tool that’s ready for use: the E-PANEMA Portal of EU-funded, SDG-oriented library projects.  
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.

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