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Title: IFLA Journal. December 2005
Authors: IFLA Headquarters
Sejersted, Francis
Amarasiri, Upali
Forsyth, Ellen
Mahmood, Khalid
Ilyas, Muhammad
Kalra, Harinder P.S.
Iwe, Josephine I.
Raseroka, Kay
Byrne, Alex
Lor, Peter Johan
Tabb, Winston
Sturges, Paul
Parker, Stephen
Keywords: Subject::Freedom of information
Subject::Freedom of expression
Subject::Human rights
Subject::World Library and Information Congress
Subject::Disaster response
Subject::Disaster preparedness
Subject::Disaster risk reduction
Subject::Library Development Programme
Subject::Post-disaster reconstruction
Subject::Public libraries
Subject::UN Millennium Development Goals
Subject::Intellectual property
Subject::Copyright laws
Subject::Library and information science
Subject::Biosciences libraries
Subject::Information technology
Subject::Information policies
Subject::Information strategies
Issue Date: Nov-2005
Publisher: SAGE
Series/Report no.: IFLA Journal;Volume 31, Number 4;
Abstract: Established in 1975, IFLA Journal is an international journal publishing peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information through libraries. The Journal is published four times per year (January, June, October, December) and includes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession internationally.
ISSN: 0340–0352
Appears in Collections:IFLA Publications

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