3rd AfLIA Conference & 5th African Library Summit
The African Library and Information Association and Institutions (AfLIA), the Library Association for Africa, wishes to bring to the notice of all LIS leaders, LIS practitioners, LIS educators, LIS policymakers, Young and emerging LIS leaders, organizations and professionals working in partnership with African libraries that registration is open for the 3rd AfLIA Conference and 5th African Library Summit which comes off from 19th-24th May 2019 at the Weston Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya.
Online registration is open from January 1, 2019 till April 15, 2019.
Participants are encouraged to register now to enjoy the early bird discount.
This document details ALL the relevant information about this conference for individual participants.
This document details ALL the relevant information about this conference for exhibitors.
Please note: If you wish to apply as an exhibitor then please use the alternate registration link provided at the bottom of this page.
Registration between January 1, 2019 – April 15, 2019
Members of AfLIA $400.00
On Site registration
Members of AfLIA $450.00
Pre-Conferences: 19th – 20th May, 2019
Conference: 21st – 24th May, 2019
AfLIA General Meeting: 24th May, 2019
African Libraries Creating the Africa We Want and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
- African libraries, creating awareness of the AU 2063 and UN 2030 Agenda
- Access to information for peace, conflict resolution and regional integration in Africa
- Preservation and promotion of African cultural heritage and identity
- Libraries as drivers of sustainable economic growth and social progress for the Africa We Want
- Library and information services promoting good governance, democracy, human rights, justice and rule of law for sustainable development and creating the Africa We Want
- 21st century library digital Innovation competencies for sustainable development and building the Africa We Want
- Data, telling our stories and advocacy for the place of Libraries in sustainable development and building the Africa We Want
- Envisioning LIS education as an empowerment avenue for librarians to drive sustainable development for the Africa We Want