Cooperation is a keystone in libraries, so there’s many projects dedicated to this aspect of the library work.
The project “Regional cooperation: challenge and opportunity” is the result of an IFLA Management of Library Associations section workshop held in Split, Croatia in 2011 that showed the importance of regional cooperation in South East Europe.
The project also trained 12 trainers in leadership and advocacy, who will be able to operate as library advocates on both national and regional level.
The project utilised materials from IFLA’s Building Strong Library Associations programme (BSLA), demonstrating the flexibility of the programme in supporting a range of project sizes and needs. The project was supported by IFLA’s Action for Development through Libraries programme (IFLA ALP).
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