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Nancy Bolt has shared draft Guidelines for Library Services to Displaced Populations. See her message below.
The IFLA Section Library Services to People with Special Needs has been working on Guidelines for Library Services to Displaced Populations. These Guidelines cover library service to refugees, immigrants, migrants, and asylum seekers. These Guidelines are now ready for global review.
A Google Drive link can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qtI3kg4GSx_sL8fwZ0OMfztqZxrIMC-X/edit#heading=h.gjdgxs
Please leave comments on the google drive document or send separately to Despina Gerasimidou at email@example.com
If you would like a PDF version of the Draft Guidelines, contact Nancybolt@earthlink.net
The deadline for comments is July 20.
Nancy Bolt, Chair
Library Services to People with Special Need
Kristin Pekoll, CAE
Office for Intellectual Freedom
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