23.02.2011 | IFAP Bureau meeting sets stage for enhanced commitment
The Bureau of the Intergovernmental Council of the Information for All Programme (IFAP) met for its 18th meeting at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris from 21 to 22 February 2011. The meeting provided an opportunity to review the substantial progress achieved in 2010 by IFAP Working Groups and some National IFAP Committees in the priority areas of information literacy, information preservation, information for development, information accessibility and information ethics.
10.12.2010 | Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme Celebrated Its 10th Anniversary!
A grand meeting dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme was held on December 2, 2010, in the President Hotel in Moscow.
12.11.2010 | UNESCO convened expert meeting on media and information literacy indicators
UNESCO organized an expert group meeting on the development of a global framework of indicators to measure media and information literacy (MIL) from 4 to 6 November 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. The event brought together experts from all regions (representing 17 countries) and from a wide range of domains including: media, information, education, curriculum development, psychometrics and statistics.
30.03.2010 | Member States elect Evgeny Kuzmin as new Chairman of IFAP Council
The Intergovernmental Council for the Information for All Programme (IFAP) elected new Bureau members yesterday at its 6th session at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. The twenty-four members of the Council nominated Mr Evgeny Kuzmin (Russian Federation) as the Chairman of the Bureau.
15.12.2009 | Russia hosts first consultation meeting of IFAP national committees
A meeting of national committees of the UNESCO Information for All Programme was held in Moscow on December 7–8. A first-ever meeting of the kind, it was great success. The meeting was organized by the Intergovernmental Council for IFAP, the UNESCO Secretariat, the Russian IFAP Committee and its working body – the Interregional Library Cooperation Centre of – with support of the Commission for UNESCO and the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
04.12.2009 | First Consultation Meeting of IFAP National Committees to take place next week in Moscow
The First Consultation Meeting of National Committees for UNESCO’s Information for All Programme (IFAP) will take place on 7 and 8 December 2009 in Moscow, Russia. This meeting is jointly organized by the IFAP Intergovernmental Council, the UNESCO Secretariat, the Russian IFAP Committee and its working body - the Interregional Library Cooperation Centre. It is officially sponsored by the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO and the Russian Ministry of Culture.
15.09.2009 | IFAP Information Society Observatory successfully launched
The Information Society Observatory, created with the financial support of IFAP, aims to provide building blocks for the development of such policies and strategies, by making accessible up-to-date information grouped, in the first instance, around the IFAP five priority areas.
12.09.2009 | First Consultation Meeting of IFAP National Committees
The IFAP Bureau, in cooperation with the UNESCO Secretariat and the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO, is organizing the First Consultation Meeting of IFAP National Committees in Moscow, Russia, December 7-8, 2009. The meeting will be hosted by the Russian IFAP Committee and the Interregional Library Cooperation Centre, and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Russia and UNESCO.
07.09.2009 | Participation of the Russian Committee of the UNESCO Information for All Programme in the IFLA General Conference 2009
The World Library and Information Congress 2009—the 75th General Conference and Assembly of IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions)—took place in Milan, August 21-28.
01.09.2009 | Public Consultation - National Information Society Policy: A template
Developed by the Information For All Programme Of UNESCO to Assist UNESCO Member States in the Development of National Information Policy and Strategy Frameworks The Information for All Programme of UNESCO (IFAP) was established by UNESCO to provide a framework for international co-operation and partnerships in "building an information society for all". IFAP's focus is on ensuring that all people have access to information they can use to enhance their lives. UNESCO has assumed the task of assisting Member States in the formulation of national information policy frameworks, in particular within the framework of the Information for All Programme (IFAP).
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