Content tagged Dialogue
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- WLIC 2020, Call for papers
Call for papers In keeping with the thematic focus of the next World Library Information Congress, "Inspire, Engage, Enable and Connect", the IFLA SIG Relindial...
News - 16 January 2020
- List of the Relindial papers
This document is recording all the papers prensented with the support of Relindial (alone or in collaboration). The contributions are classified by year (starting with the most recent...
Informational Page - 15 January 2019
- WLIC 2019, Call for papers
In keeping with the thematic focus of the next World Library Information Congress, “Libraries: Dialogue for Change”, the IFLA SIG Relindial propose a session. It will be organised on...
News - 11 January 2019
Tags: Best practices, Collection development, Communications, conflict, Conservation, Cultural heritage, Democracy, Dialogue, Education, Freedom of expression, Freedom of information, Heritage, Minority groups, Multicultural populations, Peace, Religion, RELINDIAL, resentment, Social inclusion, Society, Sustainability, Religions: Libraries and Dialogue
- Proceedings of the IFLA RELINDIAL SIG Columbus satellite meeting (2016) have been published
The proceedings of the satellite meeting organized in 2016 in Columbus by Relidial and ATLA (American Theological Library Association) are available online. The title of this eBook (...
News - 2 May 2017
- Colloquium "Diverse Cultural and Religious Ways of Thinking A Dialogue"
The papers of the Colloquium "Diverse Cultural and Religious Ways of Thinking A Dialogue" organized by the Théologicum of the Catholic University of Paris in june 2016 are...
News - 13 July 2016
- RELINDIAL SIG Religious Libraries in Dialogue: Call for Papers: Tools Developed for a Better Sharing of Religious Information
The IFLA Religious Libraries in Dialogue Special Interest Group (RELINDIAL SIG) is seeking proposals for papers to be presented at a two-hour program to be held at the IFLA World Library and...
News - 16 January 2013