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"Libraries with Future" National Forum

The Glob@l Libraries - Bulgaria Program (GLB) organized the "Libraries with Future" National Forum which was held on 4 December 2013 in Sofia.
 
The forum presented the results achieved during GLB, as well as the proposed development of the GLB initiative post-grant.
 

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Local Development Forum “Public Libraries and Active Civil Society” in Koprivshtitsa

On 17–18 April 2013, the town of Koprivshtitsa hosted the local development forum on the topic “Public Libraries and Active Civil Society”.

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Video Recording of the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum – Part 2

Watch Part 2 of the video recording of the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum held on 30 October 2012: presentation of the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” competition awards.

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Video Recording of the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum – Part 1

Watch Part 1 of the video recording of the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum held on 30 October 2012: welcome addresses to forum participants, a presentation by Trendafil Meretev on the GLB Program progress and a discussion.

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“Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum

“Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum
“Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum
“Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum

On 30 October 2012, the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” National Forum took place in Sofia.
 

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“Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” Competition: Presentation of Awards

The Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria Program extends its gratitude to all libraries which took part in the “Glob@l Libraries – Bulgaria: a Point to e-Inclusion” competition. We received a total of 195 applications from 126 libraries from across the country.

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