It will be held online on Wednesday 9th , 16th and 23rd of November 2022.
The seminar will seek to analyses experiences of how libraries from different European countries, contribute significantly to sustainable development and what activities are being proposed that advocate the inclusion of libraries and access to information as part of national and regional development plans which will help to meet the UN 2030 Agenda.
Author and illustrator Sharon King-Chai, helped launch the Eurotoolbox 2021 at the Victoria Library Westminster last night and transfixed us with her immense creativity, praising the value of libraries in the promoting reading 📚
Contact Mariella Reidy at : firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to book this new children’s book collection in 7 European languages free of charge.
The seminar will seek to explore the ways libraries played a role in the times of crisis, pandemic and lockdowns through online presentations from speakers in Europe and through highly interactive sessions involving the audience.
Each year we launch a new collection of children’s books in European languages and this year the launch will take place at the Victoria Library in Westminster, London on the 4th of October at 5.30pm.
Come and join us! Together with John Lake, past Chair of the IFLA Public Libraries Standing Committee, and the other members of Eurolis, you will have the opportunity to meet Sharon King-Chai, author of Starbird, one of the books included in the 2021 collection, which has been shortlisted for the prestigious Carnegie/Greenaway Awards for 2021.
She will be delighted to meet you in person and to let you know how the spark of an idea comes and how her illustrations transforms it into a beautiful story.
Attendance is limited to just 30 librarians or teachers so pre-booking is essential!
All 3 sessions of this year’s webinar series‘How can Libraries play a Positive Role in a Crisis’ have been recorded and are available online.
Head over to Eurolis’ Facebook page to discover experts from the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Poland and France sharing their views and experiences with the audience. The panels aim to offer an overview of approaches and the resourcefulness of libraries across Europe, serving and supporting communities during difficult times.
“Thank you so much 🙂 Very inspiring and thought-provoking” | Caroline D.
“Thank you for such an inspiring evening” | Jacky L.
“Sincere thanks to the speakers for sharing their valuable experiences during Covid crises […] Amazing webinar rolled in 3 weeks.” | Navkiran K.
“Thank you to all the panellists, and for all the questions. There’s so much to think about. Looking forward to next week” | Abigail R.
Eurolis would like to wholeheartedly thank all speakers and attendees.