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Bibliothèques: l’Europe peut subventionner vos projets!27 October 2020: Table ronde en ligne Agenda 2030 et fonds européens: 24/11/2020. Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter October 202009 October 2020: October issue of EBLIDA Newsletter includes contributions by Marjolein Oomes & Christophe Evans, Laura Seifert, SDG reviews, features 3 Workshops, #GenerationCode and more Read more >
EBLIDA Online Workshops on 13, 14 and 16 October26 September 2020: Are Libraries on the right track to sustainable development? The best SDG practices in European libraries, and funding opportunities through the European Structural and Investment Funds. Read more >
Press Release:Think the unthinkable25 September 2020: A post Covid-19 European Library Agenda meeting Sustainable Development Goals and funded through the European Structural and Investment Funds (2021-2027). Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter September14 September 2020: September issue of EBLIDA Newsletter is live: with our reviews of SDGs & featuring series of events planned...and more ... Read more >