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What is IFLA?
 

The International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA) represents Library Associations throughout the world, from Albania to the United States, with a total membership of over half a million library professionals.

IFLA's Institutional Membership encompasses over 150 countries - everywhere from Andorra and Aruba to Zambia and Zimbabwe, with many Personal Affiliates and Corporate Partners adding to IFLA's power as the profession's Global Voice.

IFLA, with headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands, is an independent, non-governmental, not-for-profit organisation, whose General Conference brings together, each August, up to 3,000 delegates to share knowledge, debate professional issues, see the latest products of the information industry and conduct business.

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