Established in 2005 to recognize the work librarians do to sustain, support and defend Human Rights.
June 13. 20110--Moved to http://hrlibs.blogspot.com/
Saturday, April 09, 2011
Future of Public Libraries in the Twenty-First Century: Human Rights and Human Capabilities
"The Future of Public Libraries in the Twenty-First Century: Human Rights and Human Capabilities" by Kathleen de la Peña McCook and Katharine J. Phenix in Introduction to Public Librarianship. 2011, Neal-Schuman Publishers.
Librarians for Human Rights is a collaborative of librarians in North America dedicated to the realization of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We work to recognize librarians and library services that illuminate, sustain and safeguard human rights.