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Banned books: 6th December Library Director in the City of Espoo, Jaana Tyrni, presents Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964) by Roald Dahl. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and […]

Banned books: 5th December Author & President of Finnish PEN, Jarkko Tontti, presents Decamerone (1350-1353) by Giovanni Boccaccio. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom […]

Banned books: 4th December Programme Director of Europeana & The European Library, Jill Cousins, presents Ulysses (1922) by James Joyce. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee […]

Banned books: 3rd December Librarian Juha Kortesluoma presents Mein Kampf (1925-1926) by Adolf Hitler. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information […]

Banned books: 2nd December IFLA President-elect 2011-2013 Sinikka Sipilä presents The Egyptian (1945) by Mika Waltari. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access […]

Banned books: 1st December UBC University Librarian and IFLA president Ingrid Parent presents The Wars (1977) by Timothy Findley. The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on […]

The Entresse Library in Espoo, Finland and FAIFE (IFLA Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression) have together created the world’s first Banned Books video calendar. […]

Henning Mankell visited Gothenburg’s University Library during IFLA conference. In this interwiev he speaks about illiteracy. Read more: Henning Mankell web page Interviewer: Kirsi Luukkanen Filming and editing: Tuomas Lipponen […]

Henning Mankell visited Gothenburg’s University Library during IFLA conference. In this informal discussion Henning Mankell told about his experiences of Africa and the meaning of free access to information. In this […]