Documenting and showcasing human rights was firmely on the agenda when I attended the 39th meeting of the European Co-ordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation (ECCHRD) last week.
Among the presentations of this year’s meeting, there was a … Continue reading » “How Librarians Work With Human Rights in Europe” Continue readingMore Tag
LOVISA BECOMES LUBCAT
The Libraries at Lund University are changing library system. In June, a new library system, LUBcat, will replace our current system, Lovisa.
Lovisa will be shut down the 7th of June at 12:00 am and LUBcat will
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Within a few months, Sweden will change national catalog from the current Libris to a new catalog, named LibrisXL or nya Libris.
As end-users you will probably not see so much difference in the beginning, but for the Swedish … Continue reading » “Sweden to Get State-Of-The-Art Library Catalog” Continue readingMore Tag
Three librarians from Zimbabwe made a study visit recently to the Raoul Wallenberg Institute as part of the Institute’s Zimbabwe Human Rights Capacity Development Programme 2016-2018.
“The overall aim of the study visit and training was to show and … Continue reading » “Expanding the Role of Libraries in Zimbabwe” Continue readingMore Tag
Sophea Chea and Theany Thol, who work at the Pannasastra University in Phnom Penh, just completed a one-week study visit in Lund. They work with the Master’s Programme in Human Rights and its affiliated library, which form part of RWI’s … Continue reading » ““If Our Library Grows, Our Students Will Grow Too”” Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute cooperates with two universities in Cambodia, both with libraries with human rights material. RWI librarian Karl Adam Tiderman went to Cambodia last week to meet with representatives from these libraries to follow up on what has … Continue reading » “Increasing the Awareness of Human Rights Literature in Cambodia” Continue readingMore Tag