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From: *Tise, ER, Ms [[log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>]* <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Survey on IFLA's Intellectual Freedom Statement

*Dear all,*

*I hope you are all well!*

*As you may have seen on IFLA’s website
social media, the FAIFE Committee has launched a survey as part of its
efforts to review and revise the IFLA Statement on Libraries and
Intellectual Freedom. Following the 20th anniversary of the Statement last
year, we are keen to hear your views on how it has been used, and what we
could do – both in terms of its substance and form – to make it more
effective still as a tool for your work.*

*The survey therefore asks about awareness and deployment of the statement,
as well as what you think the key developments in recent years have been
around intellectual freedom (defined as ‘the right to freedom of opinion
and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without
interference and to seek, receive, and impart information and ideas through
any media and regardless of frontiers’), both in general and in the library
space. *

*We welcome responses from around the world, as well as from different
library experiences, in order to get the widest possible understanding of
the challenges you face, and the opportunities you see. As a result, please
feel free to share the survey among colleagues and networks.*

*We are currently aiming for a deadline of 15 January, but if it will be
difficult to provide responses by then, we can consider extensions. You can
access the survey

*Kind regards*

*Ellen R. Tise*

*Chair: FAIFE Advisory Commitee*
Senior Director: Library and Information Services
Library & Information Service
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*Ann Smith*

Atlantic Provinces Library Association

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