International Advocacy Plan and libraries HOW LIBRARIES CAN

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International Advocacy Plan and libraries HOW LIBRARIES CAN BENEFIT FROM THE 2030 AGENDA FOR

International Advocacy Plan and libraries HOW LIBRARIES CAN BENEFIT FROM THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Ingrid Bon Manager Development Programmes

UN MILLENNIUM DEVELOMENT GOALS (2000) Sustainable Development

UN MILLENNIUM DEVELOMENT GOALS (2000) Sustainable Development

Timeline UN 1 en m p elo 0 t (2 v e e. D

Timeline UN 1 en m p elo 0 t (2 v e e. D bl a ain UN 0 +2 o i R Outcome: ‘The Future We Want’ (June) Sustainable Development c en r e nf Co UN g. G n i rk o n. W e Op Outcome: Draft SDGs (September) lo e ev oa G t en m p D ble na tai p rou u n. S l era n Outcome: Secretary General’s Synthesis Report (December) ns 4) 20 y( bl o UN 5) 1 s al’ r ne Ge e an P l 1 (20 ve cr Se Outcome: Report inc. ‘The Data Revolution’ (May) ry a t e 3) ig s. H 14 0 2 s( l l e h. L st u n. S o e ) 2) Ge m se As n me e l. N o ati i t o r-G e t In Outcome: Zero Draft Post-2015 Framework Document (June) it g ta t en m um 1 (20 6) S m p elo v rn e ov 5) 1 (20 2 st- e 5 D 01 Po Outcome: 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Declaration, SDGs, Means of Implementation, Monitoring and Accountability (September) s DG b in eg S Outcome: First Voluntary National Reviews at High Level Political Forum(July) (J 1 an , 1 20

WHY INCLUDE ACCESS TO INFORMATION IN THE 2030 AGENDA? • • Information is fundamental

WHY INCLUDE ACCESS TO INFORMATION IN THE 2030 AGENDA? • • Information is fundamental for development – and libraries support this Information promotes better decision-making, helps people learn new skills Information helps people exercise their rights Information promotes accountability Advocating for access to information can create policy space for libraries to move into and become development partners Sustainable Development

THE LYON DECLARATION ON ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT (2014) www. lyondeclaration. org Sustainable

THE LYON DECLARATION ON ACCESS TO INFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT (2014) www. lyondeclaration. org Sustainable Development

600 SIGNATORY ORGANISATIONS & INSTITUTIONS Sustainable Development

600 SIGNATORY ORGANISATIONS & INSTITUTIONS Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development

Sustainable Development

Examples of Goals and Targets • Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and

Examples of Goals and Targets • Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture • Target 2. 3 by 2030 double the agricultural productivity and the incomes of small-scale food producers, particularly women, indigenous peoples, family farmers, pastoralists and fishers, including through secure and equal access to land, other productive resources and inputs, knowledge, financial services, markets, and opportunities for value addition and non-farm employment • Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. • 3. 1 by 2030 reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100, 000 live births • Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all. • 4. 6 by 2030 ensure that all youth and at least x% of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy • Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls • 5 b. enhance the use of enabling technologies, in particular ICT, to promote women’s empowerment • Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable Sustainable Development • 11. 4 strengthen efforts to protect and safeguard the world’s cultural and natural heritage

Goal 16: PROMOTE PEACEFUL AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, PROVIDE ACCESS TO JUSTICE

Goal 16: PROMOTE PEACEFUL AND INCLUSIVE SOCIETIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, PROVIDE ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR ALL AND BUILD EFFECTIVE, ACCOUNTABLE AND INCLUSIVE INSTITUTIONS AT ALL LEVELS Target 16. 10: “Ensure public access to information and protect fundamental freedoms, in accordance with national legislation and international agreements” Sustainable Development

Public Interest: There must be favorable conditions to allow equal access to information and

Public Interest: There must be favorable conditions to allow equal access to information and protect the public interest • • • Sample issues: • • • Development Libraries Public Access to ICTs Net Neutrality Zero Rating Provenance Media Plurality Commodification of Information Public Domain Trade Negotiations SDG Targets: 1. 4, 4 c, 8. 5, 16. 6, 16. 10 • • • Policies: IFLA/UNESCO Public Library Manifesto (1994) IFLA/UNESCO School Library Manifesto (1998) IFLA Position on Internet Governance (2013) IFLA Statement on Libraries and Development (2013) The Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development (2014) IFLA Internet Manifesto (2014) Joint Statement of Principles of Public Access in Libraries (2016) IFLA Position on Internet Neutrality and Zero Rating (2016) External Positions: • • • Sustainable Development Manila Principles on Intermediary Liability (2015) Brussels Declaration on Trade and the Internet (2016) Cape Town Declaration (2015)

Access to information? But what if you cannot read? • Illiteracy • Blind or

Access to information? But what if you cannot read? • Illiteracy • Blind or bad vision • Information literacy • It starts with: 1. Learn to Read 2. Read to Learn Sustainable Development

Timeline IAP ) 16 0 (2 ) 16 6) ha ts n ipa re;

Timeline IAP ) 16 0 (2 ) 16 6) ha ts n ipa re; (20 17 Do rtic o 0 a p g d 2 ga Haa lan an yp op -1 n b P i h a 1 s als S en c y p 3 i k s c r u s a s o l a op o, D wo op sa oc am ow h l r r l v J o s p e e o d 5 ps rop sf ork tevid l. A ain o p r e a 11 w h T u n l s P n n o IA na Mo iew nti ork 7) the ati o r v i o , n o e n W g r f i a C 1 R e Re etori all 20 Tra Int ( C Pr Outcome: Plan in action Sustainable Development Outcome: 13 Core Trainers Outcome: 80 participants from 40 countries (20 1 Outcome: Call published IFLA webpages and social media Outcome: 40 participants from 20 countries Outcome: Booklet published, social media, support from Advocacy Communications Officer and Manager Development Programmes Outcome: 10 proposals accepted

Partnering with libraries is good for development Locally based Publicly funded and sustainable Staffed

Partnering with libraries is good for development Locally based Publicly funded and sustainable Staffed by professionals Trusted by the communities they serve Sustainable Development http: //www. ifla. org/libraries-development

INTERNATIONAL ADVOCACY PROGRAMME LIBRARIES, DEVELOPMENT, AND THE UN 2030 AGENDA

INTERNATIONAL ADVOCACY PROGRAMME LIBRARIES, DEVELOPMENT, AND THE UN 2030 AGENDA

… how to get a seat at the table … … how to get

… how to get a seat at the table … … how to get onto the Agenda … … how to be part of the discourse… … how to be viewed with credibility and integrity… … how to join the conversation that you need to be in … Sustainable Development

 • Six regions of the world • 10 countries at each regional workshop

• Six regions of the world • 10 countries at each regional workshop • 2 participants from each country • Representing library associations AND library community • 120+ participants • Partnering with: BMGF, PL 2020, EBLIDA, IFLA regional offices and translation centres Sustainable Development

Golden opportunity to put libraries in 2030 National Plan • Information about Agenda 2030

Golden opportunity to put libraries in 2030 National Plan • Information about Agenda 2030 and SDG’s • Awareness of activities libraries ARE already performing and how they are connected and support the SDG’s • Focus on public libraries • Develop an ADVOCACY plan based on the needs of ones specific country • What gift do you have as library field to your government? • What is the library field already doing to support the SDG’s? Sustainable Development

UNESCO Goal 4: Quality Education; Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong

UNESCO Goal 4: Quality Education; Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all Target 4. 1: “By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes”. Activities and programmes Lifelong learning Create a nation of readers Sustainable Development

School libraries Goal 4: Quality Education; Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote

School libraries Goal 4: Quality Education; Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all How to showcase the role of libraries in this? 2019 focus on Goal 4 during the High Level Political Forum week Sustainable Development

Literacy and Reading Toolkit Key Initiative Working Group Reading Campaign versus National reading Strategy

Literacy and Reading Toolkit Key Initiative Working Group Reading Campaign versus National reading Strategy Toolkit To support other libraries and countries in the development of a National reading Strategy Focus is broader then primary school Sustainable Development

IFLA focus International Advocacy Programme DA 2 I (Development and Access to Information) Media

IFLA focus International Advocacy Programme DA 2 I (Development and Access to Information) Media and Information Literacy Fake News Toolkit Literacy Global Vision Library Map of the World Sustainable Development

Global Vision and Library Map of the World Sustainable Development

Global Vision and Library Map of the World Sustainable Development

Next step in the Global Vision Sustainable Development

Next step in the Global Vision Sustainable Development

With what topic can you connect? ? Sustainable Development

With what topic can you connect? ? Sustainable Development