In this session, we will be reflecting on some of the issues that are raised by historical collections and buildings and discussing how libraries should interpret and present books and other resources from our past in relation to race and empire.
Education, primary care, and mental health experts are coming together to discuss the impact of the pandemic on children’s wellbeing and how public libraries could support recovery.
In this session, US librarian Jessica Bratt and actor and writer Obioma Ugoala talk about how they have been educating and encouraging people to talk about race.
This has been a tumultuous year for us all and as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, significant uncertainty will remain for the foreseeable future.
In this session hear from an author, publisher and bookseller to find out more about the challenges they face in ensuring that Black stories are published and promoted.
As part of our accreditation programme, we hosted an online event for library users and supporters called What does quality mean for a modern library service?
This year, Fun Palaces weekend on 3 and 4 October will be different - sometimes smaller, always safer, but as ever remarkable.
Join library managers, front-line staff and superb guest speakers for an inspiring day about how to promote the Universal Reading Offer.
To help library services to develop strategies for consultation and engagement with the public, we ran an event for libraries to share good practice and practical ideas.
We ran a series of three one-day workshops in Brimingham, Manchester and London from Jan-Mar 2020 to explore the apprenticeship process and how it could benefit library staff
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