Content tagged Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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- Libraries for Human Rights: IFLA Contributes to Italian UN Human Rights Review
IFLA, working with the Italian Library Association, has provided input to the Universal Periodic Review of Italy at the Human Rights Council. The submission highlights the importance of access to...
News - 5 April 2019
- IFLA Submission on Italian Universal Periodic Review
IFLA and the Italian Library Association have submitted a contribution to the Unviersal Periodic Review of Italy, as organised by the Human Rights Council. This underlines the importance...
Publication - 5 April 2019
Tags: Access to information, Human rights, Italy, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Universal Periodic Review, Reports, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression)
- Libraries, Local Government, Human Rights and Sustainable Development: IFLA Submission to Human Rights Council
Through providing access to information and skills in a welcoming environment, as well as working as a platform for partnerships, libraries can realise rights and development. IFLA has...
Publication - 16 February 2019
- An Affirmation of Artistic Freedom in Response to the Charlie Hebdo Tragedy
In solidarity with our French colleagues, and caricaturists, cartoonists, and other artists throughout the world who hold an uncompromising mirror up to the foibles and failings of humanity, the...
News - 8 January 2015
- IFLA Statement on Libraries and Intellectual Freedom
[PDF] Statement prepared by IFLA/FAIFE and approved by The IFLA Executive Board on 25 March 1999, The Hague, Netherlands IFLA (The International...
Publication - 31 March 2009
Tags: freedom of conscience, Freedom of expression, freedom of opinion, freedom of speech, Human rights, Intellectual freedom, UDHR, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Statements, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression)