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|Title:||Libraries and the UN SAMOA Pathway|
|Other Titles:||Opportunities for libraries in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)|
|Authors:||International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions|
|Keywords:||Subject::UN Sustainable Development Goals|
|Abstract:||The SAMOA Pathway aims to provide a comprehensive framework of actions to be taken in order to support the sustainable development of small island developing states (or SIDS). 38 United Nations Member States count as SIDS, alongside 20 other territories. There are SIDS either in - or overseen by countries in - every world region. This briefing therefore looks at the logic behind the Pathway, the actions it contains that are relevant for libraries, its emphasis on partnerships, and finally on the opportunities that could exist for libraries.|
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