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Viviana Quiñones

With the lines that follow we would like to memorialize Viviana Quiñones, our dear and outstanding colleague in the IFLA section 'Libraries for Children and Young Adults'.Viviana Quiñones She died on 16 December 2020, after more than two years of illness.

23 December 2020 | Libraries for Children and Young Adults

April 2020 Newsletter on Children’s Libraries' Services during Corona Pandemic is online

Our April 2020 Newsletter brings best practices and interesting reports on library services to children and young adults in times of Corona pandemic from around the world to you.

27 April 2020

Satellite meeting on “Inclusive Library Services for Children and Young Adults” in Singapore

Together the Sections "Library Services to People with Special Needs" and "Libraries for Children and Young Adults" organized a satellite meeting on “Inclusive Library Services for Children and Young Adults”.

1 October 2018 | Libraries for Children and Young Adults, Access to information, Children, Development, Digital inclusion, Disadvantaged persons, Library services to people with disabilities, Young adults, Singapore, IFLA WLIC 2018, IFLA Satellite meeting

Call for online Articles: Young Adults at the Library

The IFLA Libraries for Children and Young Adults Section invites proposals for online articles to be included in the December 2018 Newsletter with the special theme: Young adults at the library.

9 August 2018 | children, services to children and young adults, Library, public library, Young people, young adults, Newsletter

Let your voice be heard: an invitation to a discussion in Florence

In cooperation with AIB Toscana, AIB Commissione Biblioteche e Servizi per ragazzi, Biblioteche Comunali Fiorentine, DILL International Master Digital Library Learning (Università di Parma), IFLA Standing Committee Libraries for Children and Young Adults: "Let your voice be heard: an invitation to an Italian discussion about the new IFLA guidelines for libraries for children and young adults."

1 March 2018

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