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Hawke’s Bay District Health Board

Viv Kerr, Education and Development Manager at Hawke’s Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) has transformed her library in to an integral part of the community. 

Meet new LIANZA President Paula Eskett

Paula Eskett became President of Te Rau Herenga O Aotearoa LIANZA on July 1st. 

LIANZA Submission to Local Government (Community Wellbeing) Amendment Bill

LIANZA strongly supports the amendment bill and reintroduction of the well-beings to the local government legislation.

If a librarian was the’ boss of education’ what do you think they would do first?

Let's add the vital voice of libraries to the education conversation

Advocacy in Action: summary of LIANZA's meeting with Minister of Internal Affairs

LIANZA attended a meeting last Monday with the Hon Tracy Martin, Minister of Internal Affairs, to discuss issues raised by LIANZA in the briefing documents sent to the new coalition government in November 2017.

LIANZA Briefings to Incoming Ministers

With the change of government after the 2017 elections, we put together the following briefings:

#brandlibraries

The goal of #brandlibraries is to create a unified vision of New Zealand libraries that clearly articulates the economic and social value of New Zealand libraries.

Marrakesh treaty

LIANZA has received a letter from the Hon Jacqui Dean concening the Government's decision to join the Marrakesh Treaty. The LIANZA Standing Committee on Copyright supports this decision.

Webinar: How to protect the freedom to read in your library

What do you do when a patron or a parent finds a book in your library offensive and wants to take it off your shelves? How do you remain sensitive to the needs of all patrons while avoiding banning a title? How can you bring attention to the issue of book banning in an effective way?

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