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The government of Seoul said Tuesday it will build five more municipal libraries across the city by 2025 to help reduce cultural infrastructure gaps among citizens.
On June 1, 1962, black writers and other intellectuals from all over the world converged on Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda for the Conference of African Writers of English Expression.
Recently, at the National Assembly Guest House (27A Tran Hung Dao, Hanoi), the National Committee for Culture, Education, Youth, Youth and Children of the National Assembly (VHTDT) organized a conference to consult experts on Draft Library Law to complete the Library Law Project and submit it to the National Assembly for approval at the VIII session of the XIV National Assembly.
The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture hereby announces the commencement of the upgrading and the renovation of the National Library and the National Archives of Namibia building, starting from July 2019 with an expected completion date being the end of March 2020.
In the morning of July 8, the Library Department, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism held a preliminary review of the work plan for the first 6 months and implemented the key tasks in the last 6 months of 2019.
Read all about what IFLA achieved in 2018! Each year, IFLA Headquarters compiles its Annual Report which provides a comprehensive overview on our activities throughout the preceding year.