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Title: Changing Roles of NGOs in the Creation, Storage, and Dissemination of Information in Developing Countries
Authors: IFLA Social Science Libraries Section
Witt, Steven W.
Koopman, Sjoerd
Keywords: Subject::Non-governmental organizations
Subject::Storage and handling
Subject::Information strategies
Subject::Collaboration
Subject::Social change
Subject::Social science libraries
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: K. G. Saur
Series/Report no.: IFLA Publications Series;Vol. 123.
Abstract: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are growing exponentially. In 1993, the Yearbook of International Organizations listed 16,000 internationally recognized NGOs. By 2004, this number was 63,000. With this increase comes a staggering growth in the activities and intellectual output of NGOs working on a local and international level. As the mission of both libraries and NGOs increasingly intersect, these organizations must collaborate to provide essential services that revolve around the creation, dissemination, and storage of information. This volume's eight essays focus on collaborative work between NGOs and libraries in the study and resolution of global issues ranging from AIDS to food security, and social transformation. (Open access since 14 August 2011)
URI: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/953
ISBN: 13: 9783598220302
10: 3598220308
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