Content tagged library advocacy
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- Teaching Advocacy: an Interview with Raphaelle Bats
Strengthening the global voice of libraries by making every librarian an advocate is a key part of IFLA's Strategy. But how can we teach advocacy? WE interviewed Raphaelle Bats, France, to...
News - 27 May 2021
- Lessons learned for library advocacy from the 2008 crisis: Interview with Glòria Pérez-Salmerón
While difficult financial times almost certainly lie ahead for many countries, it is not inevitable that libraries must suffer. Instead, we have an opportunity to underline the potential of our...
News - 16 February 2021
- Engaging with Politicians in Library Advocacy - Why and How
For many libraries, the world of politics can seem a long way away. However, if our institutions and profession are to get the support - both legal and financial - that we need, engaging with...
News - 28 January 2021
- What’s Your Library Advocate Personality?
Everyone has it in them to be a library advocate! Building an effective library advocacy team requires a range of skills and personalities which, together, can make for a powerful and...
Publication - 5 January 2021
- Storytelling for Library Advocacy at the Time of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced dramatic changes in the lives of libraries and the communities they serve. It has seen both examples of great innovation and resilience by library and...
Event - 8 September 2020
- Are You Advocacy-Fit? IFLA Advocacy Capacities Grid
Effective library advocacy requires a combination of activities and skills. Our grid aims to help associations and others assess where they stand now, and where to focus next. In the wake...
Publication - 4 May 2020