This Thursday, March 14, UK newspaper, The Guardian, will be hosting a live chat as part of their Global Development Professionals Network. From 1pm-3pm GMT, participants are invited to ask questions about libraries as drivers of development, among other topics.
The chat will include all types of people who work with libraries in development: from the librarians themselves, to the community organizers who work with the libraries, to the government officials who support them. The chat will be informal, and will take place in the comments thread of an introductory blog (to be launched today).
TASCHA thanks the Beyond Access initiative for their instrumental work in spreading the word about libraries and the role they have in development.
For more information on the live chat, visit the Global Development Professionals Network website.
The post is originally from the Beyond Access blog.