Intellectual Freedom across the Globe: Access to Health Information and Education in the Developing World

A look at library issues related to health and sexuality education in the developing world, using Mexico and Nigeria as case studies.

Learning Outcomes

  • Participants will gain an understanding of how libraries and library organizations can work in their communities and globally to improve access to information around issues including basic health care, HIV/AIDS, and more

Presenters

  • Alejandra Martinez del Prado, Reference Librarian, School of Medicine Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico; Member, FAIFE committee

  • Barbara Jones, Director, ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom, Chicago, IL, USA; Expert resource, FAIFE committee

Registration

How to Register

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Contact

Jonathan Kelley, jokelley@ala.org