The Global Vision for the International Federation of Library Associations and Institution, IFLA is the IFLA's efforts to unite the librarians from the entire world together in tackling various challenges in the future particularly the global threat. Apart from that, it can also build and produce a literate, informative and participative community. The Acting Deputy Director of Language and Literature Bureau explained the matter yesterday during the launching ceremony of the IFLA Global Vision Workshop for Brunei Darussalam. The ceremony took place at the Lambak Kanan Library.
Dayang Hajah Sariani binti Haji Ishak explained that by organising such programmes in the country aimed to unite and collaborating the participants from various library sectors; sharing information on Global Vision to build a united library field; aside from the participants can contribute ideas towards achieving the Global Vision. She added that, the efforts and determinations of the country's Library Association have successfully started by bringing the voice of Library members to the International level. Dayang Hajah Sariani urged to all librarians in the country, in particular the young people to become a member of the Brunei Darussalam's Library Association.
The Global Vision is IFLA's major effort, participated by 140 countries from 6 regions to create a connected and unified library field in exploring ways of tackling the future challenges which giving an impact to the library. The two-day workshop organised by the Brunei Darussalam's Library Association and with the support by the Language and Literature Bureau will end today.
Source: Radio Television Brunei