At CILIP Conference 2020 we will be championing “everyday activism”, those things that library, information and knowledge workers are proactively doing to bring about positive social change.
In a dedicated “everyday activism” session on November 4th, we want to profile three projects, programmes or campaigns that have the objective of bringing about positive change at their heart.
We would like to hear from individuals, teams, groups or networks working in the library, information and knowledge sector who are addressing at least one of the following areas:
- Social Justice
These three areas correspond to the six priorities in CILIP’s Changing Lives
If selected, you will be invited to give a short presentation on November 4th (during the CILIP conference
A selection of the entries we receive will be published on our website, social media platforms, email newsletters and/or Information Professional magazine.
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