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ALIA Honours Board

Over the last 80-plus years, there have been many people who have helped shape the Association and the library and information science profession in Australia – award recipients, past Presidents, Honorary Members and Fellows. In this document, you will find their inspirational stories of leadership, innovation and achievement.
This document lists honours board recognitions, past presidents, honorary members, excellence award recipients and fellows of ALIA.

Sustainable Development Goals: Stretch Targets for Australian Libraries 2020-2030

10 Sustainable Development Goal stretch targets are proposed for libraries in Australia from 2020-2030, following a period of refinement from September 2019. Targets address literacy; access to knowledge; equitable access; culture and heritage; sustainable communities; contribution to health and wellbeing; diversity and gender equality; lifelong learning; and global citizenship. The report outlines activities and measurements to allow progress to be tracked. 

Cooking for Copyright Day Poster: A4 Size

To raise awareness of the copyright law in Australia and lobby for change, FAIR (the campaign for Freedom of Access to Information and Resources) has announced Cooking for Copyright Day on Friday 31 July, using vintage Aussie recipes from unpublished letters, diaries and manuscripts for lamingtons, canteen biscuits and carrot marmalade to drive the copyright reform agenda. 
This poster promotes Cooking for Copyright Day and ways to participate, sized to A4 dimensions.

Cooking for Copyright Day Poster: A3 Size

To raise awareness of the copyright law in Australia and lobby for change, FAIR (the campaign for Freedom of Access to Information and Resources) has announced Cooking for Copyright Day on Friday 31 July, using vintage Aussie recipes from unpublished letters, diaries and manuscripts for lamingtons, canteen biscuits and carrot marmalade to drive the copyright reform agenda. 
This poster promotes Cooking for Copyright Day and ways to participate, sized to A3 dimensions.

Cooking for Copyright Day: Frequently Asked Questions

To raise awareness of the copyright law in Australia and lobby for change, FAIR (the campaign for Freedom of Access to Information and Resources) has announced Cooking for Copyright Day on Friday 31 July, using vintage Aussie recipes from unpublished letters, diaries and manuscripts for lamingtons, canteen biscuits and carrot marmalade to drive the copyright reform agenda. 
The document outlines and answers questions about the campaign and participation in it.

Media Release, 27 July 2015: Cooking for Copyright Day 31 July

Media release on Monday 20 July 2015. The National Library of Australia has approximately two million unpublished works in its collection, which under Australian law are never released from copyright. To raise awareness of the issue and lobby for change, FAIR (the campaign for Freedom of Access to Information and Resources) has announced Cooking for Copyright Day on Friday 31 July, using vintage Aussie recipes from unpublished letters, diaries and manuscripts for lamingtons, canteen biscuits and carrot marmalade to drive the copyright reform agenda. 

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