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Government Libraries Section
Minutes of the Standing Committee Meetings held at 68th IFLA General Conference and Council, 2002 Glasgow, Scotland
August 17th 11:30 - 12:30 hours
Participants: Rob Klaverstijn (presiding) , Irja Peltonen, Suzanne Burge, Nancy Bolt and Christine Wellems
Guest: Maria Goeckeritz, Germany
1. Information policy
A report about the preconference seminar in London "Informing government" and about the open session about "National information policy" will be in the IFLANET.
The first newsletter 2002 will be published in December 2002 (printed and electronic version), the second newsletter in June 2003 (before Berlin).
2. Section members
New members for the standing committee are very welcome. The information coordinator will try to get into contact with colleagues from South-America (General conference in 2004 will be held in Buenos Aires).
3. Open session
Nancy Bolt will be the moderator of the session, all standing committee members will participate.
4. Strategic Plan
The new plan 2003 - 2004 has to be developed and will be decided in Berlin 2003.
5. Planning the Berlin conference
The German delegate presents a proposal:
Subject: German government libraries since unification.
The members propose to widen the topic and to find speakers form other countries with changing political system/government.
August 23rd 9:00 - 10:30 hours
Presiding: Rob Klaverstijn
Planning the Berlin Conference:
Two types of sessions: an open session in the Conference Centre and a workshop offsite.
Irja will ask during the Lubljana-workshop for librarians who might present a paper.
Members will find out how to get money for speakers.
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