Library Services to Multicultural Populations Section

Division: Library Services

The Section brings together libraries and institutions interested in the development and availability of library services designed to meet the needs of cultural and linguistic minorities.

The Section is striving to share its experience in library services to multicultural populations in view of the necessity to ensure that every member in our global society has access to a full range of library and information services. In order to achieve this, it promotes international cooperation in this field.

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Library Services to Multicultural Populations, Sections

Last update: 10 June 2021

Latest News

March 2021 newsletter now available online

The March 2021 issue of the IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Section's newsletter has been published, looking back at the origins and applications of the IFLA/UNESCO Multicultural Library Manifesto, which was adopted by IFLA almost 15 years ago.

21 March 2021

Section newsletter - call for articles

It has been fifteen years since the section developed the Multicultural Library Manifesto in 2006 - we'd love to hear your stories on how you have used these resources in your libraries. This year also marks the first time that the IFLA WLIC will be held as a fully-virtual conference, so we'd also like you to share how you have been 'going virtual' in connecting with your communities during these changing times.

2 February 2021