Transparency, Good Governance and Freedom from Corruption workshops in Serbia

The Serbian Library Association will carry out workshops to raise the awareness to the problem of corruption by promoting and providing free access to information and freedom of expression amongst the library community in Serbia, and support anti-corruption practitioners in the country.

The project includes:

Workshops

Workshops, training on the IFLA Transparency, Good Governance and Freedom from Corruption  manifesto, utilising the IFLA materials.

Translation of IFLA Transparency, Good Governance and Freedom from Corruption materials into Serbian language, including the manifesto and workshop materials.
 
Participants will be drawn from seven public libraries across eight cities in Serbia. Teams will then be formed to carry out activities in each of these cities in cooperation with a partner agency (anti-corruption civil society agencies)

Campaign for transparency

A network will continue the distribution and embedding of the IFLA Transparency, Good Governance and Freedom from Corruption manifesto throughout Serbia through cascade workshops and advocacy campaigns.
 
The translation of the IFLA Manifesto on Transparency, Good Governance and Freedom from Corruption will be distributed to all public libraries in Serbia (175), academic libraries and school libraries (about 1100) in print.

LDP (Library Development Programme), Transparency, Good Governance, FAIFE (Committee on Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Access to Information), ALP (Action for Development through Libraries Programme)

Last update: 5 October 2012