International Indigenous Librarians Forum

What We Do

We are a group that holds a forum every two years and works to hold an event for Indigenous Librarians, or indigenous people working in the information science industry from all over the world who are coming together to learn practices to preserve and continue using, fostering or sharing Indigenous cultural practices, traditional languages and ideas with others in the Library and Information Science World.
The Forum creates an opportunity to network and exchange ideas of best practices with worldwide professionals from libraries, museums, archives and educational institutions regarding Indigenous information, collection management and services to indigenous clients.

Who We Are

We are a group of information science professionals from Hawaiʻi.

Cause Areas

Health & Wellness, Cultural Preservation, Education & Training, Advocacy, Community Engagement, Technology & Modernization

International Indigenous Librarians Forum

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