29th EBLIDA Annual Conference: European Structural and Investment Funds 2021-2027

29th EBLIDA Annual Conference: European Structural and Investment Funds 2021-2027

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Please join us for this exciting afternoon dedicated to making European Structural Funds accessible for your library! Many libraries have already benefitted from European Structural Funds and want to share this with you during the Conference.

Datum vrijdag 11 juni 2021
Locatie Online
Organisator EBlIDA

About the Conference

Background

With a report published in September 2020, EBLIDA launched the “Think The  Unthinkable” (TTU) strategy, consisting of setting up a post-Covid library agenda meeting sustainable development goals to be funded through European Structural and Investment Funds 2021-2027. The first step of this strategy was the organisation of nine workshops: three of them (October 2020) were Europe-oriented; the others were organised by various organisations in six different countries, as follows: 

  • 13-14 and 16 October 2020: TUT Workshops (Europe) 
  • 24 November 2021: TTU conference – France 
  • 25 January 2021: TTU conference – Netherlands 
  • 8 February 2021: TTU conference – Greece 
  • 22 February 2021: TTU conference – Latvia 
  • 17 March 2021: TTU conference  –  Bulgaria 
  • 28 April 2021: TTU conference –  Italy

All national workshops took a specific approach, meeting the needs of the libraries where they took place and the specific configuration of ESI Funds and SDGs in each country. The aim of the 11th June EBLIDA Conference is to cross fertilize experiences of, and approaches to, TTU in the six countries and offer the results of this approach to EBLIDA Members and the public as a whole. 

Objectives

  • To inform EBLIDA Members and the general community of librarians of the TTU strategy and the activities having been ignited by EBLIDA’s work; 
  • To share ESIF-based best practices and SDG-oriented activities in libraries; 
  • To inspire similar projects and practices in European libraries, both at national and local levels, and connecting them to the EU level; 
  • In the long term, to raise the status of libraries and make them structurally relevant within the 2030 European agenda on sustainable development.  

Programme

3:00 - 3:10 - Introduction  

Stefano Parise, Director, Milan Public Library and Deputy President EBLIDA

 

3:10 - 3:40 - Case studies:

ChairTon van Vlimmeren, President EBLIDA 

1.) How ERDF was used by the Montreuil Library to prevent school drop-outs ( 3:10 - 3:20)

Guillaume Gast, Chief Médiathèque Nord, Strasbourg, France 

2.) The Dutch library programme for the most deprived people (3:20 - 3:30)

Theo Kemperman, Director Public Library in Rotterdam, Netherlands 

3.) Questions and answers (3:30 - 3:40)

 

3:40 - 4:20 - Think The Unthinkable in six countries

National TTU Strategies in (3:40 - 4:10) :

  • Bulgaria:  Spaska Tarandova, Executive Director, Global Libraries Foundation and Marina Encheva, Associate Professor, University of Library Studies and Information Technologies (ULSIT)
  • France Eléonore Clavreul, International relations, Bibliothèque Publique d’Information, Paris 
  • GreeceAntonios Mourikis, Librarian, University of Athens 
  • ItalyValentina Bondesan, Responsible Innovation and Development CSBNO, Milan
  • Latvia:  Katrīna Kukaine, Director of Development department, National Libray of Latvia 
  • Netherlands:  Maarten Crump, Associate Partner, The Alignment House and Expeditie NL 

Questions and answers  (4:10 - 4:20)

 

4:20 - 4:50 - Transversal issues: 

1.) Monitoring ESI Funds 2021-2027 (4:20 - 4:30)

Giuseppe Vitiello, Director EBLIDA 

2.) Project evaluation (4:30 - 4:40)

Annalisa Cicerchia, Researcher, Italian Institute of Statistics 

3.) Questions and answers (4:40 - 4:50)

 

4:50 - 5:00 - Next steps and Conclusions  

Ton van Vlimmeren, EBLIDA President 

Contact:

eblida@eblida.org

Tagging

  • #EBLIDAConference2021 - in Tweets.
  • EBLIDAConference2021 - in other social media.
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