Strengthening Our Commitment to Intellectual Freedom

Samek, Toni
February 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p14
Focuses on the initiatives undertaken by the Canadian Library Association Advisory Committee on Intellectual Freedom aimed at strengthening the committee's commitment to its terms of reference. Sponsorship of a conference session in June 200 in Halifax, Nova Scotia; Web site resources.


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