12 June 2015

IFLA 2015 Session: Library and Research Services for Parliaments, Africa and Law Libraries Sections

By Sonia Poulin

2015

World Library and Information Congress: 81st IFLA General Conference and Assembly
15-21 August 2015, Cape Town, South Africa

Theme: Access to Legal Information and Legislative Data in Africa: Role of Libraries and Librarians

Library and Research Services for Parliaments, Africa and Law Libraries Sections, Session 114

Tuesday, 18 August 2015 09:30 - 11:30 | Room: Auditorium 1

  • Enabling Legislation for Access to Information in Cameroon
    Rosemary SHAFACK (University of Buea Library, Cameroon)
  • Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse: Making Ghana's Legal and Legislative Information Accessible to All
    Eric YEBOAH (University of Ghana Balme Library, Ghana)
  • Accessing Government Information in Africa through the Right to Know: the Role of the Library
    Oludayo John BAMGBOSE (Nigerian Law School, Nigeria) and (Etim IMAOBONG (University of Uyo, Nigeria)
  • L'offre en TIC de l'information juridique et légale au Cameroon: le rôle des bibliothèques et des bibliothécaires
    Monique Marguerite BEKOLLE ( ABADCAM, Cameroon)
  • Access to Information for African Development: the Case of the Africa Legal Information Institute and its Partners
    Jessica ACHBERGER (Southern African Institute for Policy and Research, Zimbabwe)
  • Dynamic Law Libraries: Access, Development and Transformation in Africa and the United States
    Caroline Ilako (Makarere University, Uganda) and Yolanda JONES (University College of Law, United States)

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