Le programme des 2 sessions de la section Library Services to People with Special Needs à l’IFLA

Par Marie-Noëlle Andissac

La section LSN de l’IFLA qui se consacre aux services à offrir en bibliothèque aux  publics en situation de handicap et plus largement aux publics empêchés présentera cette année aux congrès de l’IFLA à  Lyon 2 sessions, l’une consacrée à la dyslexie, l’autre à la Convention relative aux droits des personnes handicapées et son impact sur les bibliothèques à travers le monde.

  •  First Session :13:45-15:45, Sunday 17th August 2014 :

“The UN Disability Convention:What It Means for Disabled Persons and Library Services Worldwide”

Program:

The CRPD and its impact for library services – a perspective from the CRPD Committee”  by Professor. Dr. Theresia Degener ( Professor of Law and Disability Studies, Protestant University of Applied Studies, Bochum Germany, Vice Chairperson of the UN-Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities)

Implementing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; roles of libraries and Librarians in Japan”  by Hiroshi Kawamura (Technical Advisor for The Nippon Lighthouse, Japan)

“Accessible and inclusive libraries: some examples of best practices  in France”  by Marie-Noëlle Andissac (Librarian manager in charge of the accessibility policy of the Public Library of Toulouse)

The role of libraries in the implementation of the Marrakech Treaty for persons with a print disability”  by Francisco J. Martínez Calvo, (Technical Advisor for ONCE (National Organization of Spanish Blind Persons), Spain)

 

  • Second Session :11:45-13:45, Tuesday 19th August 2014 :Dyslexia? Welcome to our Library!”

Program:

“What is new about dyslexia?” by Anne-Marie Montarnal (Secretary of European Dyslexia Association)

Discover the renewed and enlarged Guidelines for Library Services to Persons with Dyslexia!” by Saskia Boets(Flemish Public Library for Audio Books and Braille Books, Belgium) and Helle Mortensen (Lyngby Public Library, Denmark)

  “Public Library Serving People with Dyslexia-a Swedish example by Heidi Carlsson-Asplund’ (Lerum Public Library, Sweden)

But they don’t look like they have a disability. » Serving people with dyslexia, best practices from the United States” by Nancy Bolt (Nancy Bolt & Associates, Colorado USA)

“Dyslexia and Library Programms for Motivation to Read in Croatia”by  Dunja M. Gabriel (National and University Library in Zagreb ,Croatia),

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