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Press Release: The European Structural and Investment Funds 2021-2027 - Funding Opportunities for Libraries18 May 2020: The preparation of a European library agenda in the post-Covid 19 age will require additional funding. Read more >
Press Release: A European library agenda for the post-Covid 19 age Work in Progress14 May 2020: What are the library plans after the Covid-19 crisis? This Report will help you to answer this question. Read more >
EBLIDA May 2020 Newsletter: Special issue - the EBLIDA Checklist in the face of the Covid-19 crisis (No. 4)07 May 2020: This special issue, is dedicated to the state of libraries in Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Poland and Switzerland. Read more >
EBLIDA April 2020 Newsletter: Special issue - Guidelines on access policies, personnel security, social distancing and sanitation of collections (No. 3)25 April 2020: Guidelines for libraries are provided by Germany, Ireland, Italy and the Netherlands. Read more >
EBLIDA April 2020 Newsletter: Special issue - the EBLIDA Checklist in the face of the Covid-19 crisis (No. 2)23 April 2020: This special issue, is dedicated to the state of libraries in Estonia, France, Luxembourg, Norway and Portugal. Read more >