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Christine Mackenzie
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United Cities Nov 14
Building the transformation of the global governance system will need to start with diversity, trust and a better way to organise life, leaving no one and no place behind. And this starts here👇 at
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agenda21culture Nov 14
Replying to @IFLA
At , Christine Mackenzie, president of gives clear evidences the is the Right to a Library. Great speech and great blog entry:
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Christine Mackenzie Nov 14
In the fishbowl suggesting that are both a model for and enabler of
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Christine Mackenzie Nov 14
Libraries hold local cultural heritage collections that enhance communities. a great example of innovation with co created local history content
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#RightToTheCity Global Platform Nov 14
We close the session with contributions from organized civil society, which has been leading the movement from the beginning and without whom its implementation is inconceivable.
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Jane Cowell 28 Jul 18
Great definition of - linked to advocating for as an integral partner in achieving the at a National, State & local level
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Gemma Steele @ #BSANZ19 30 Jul 18
Very important message in Opeta Alefaio’s keynote just now about the impact of outreach, advocacy and engagement in building influence, credibility and trust in GLAM orgs, as well as in ensuring support, funding and longevity
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Adrian Jenkins 30 Jul 18
The National Archives of Fiji’s Facebook page is the third most interacted-with Archives Paige on FB in the world. Incredible considering a small budget. Shows the power of proactive contact with customers.
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Pamela McGowan 30 Jul 18
Every time I hear speak I am in awe of the way he goes about his work. I've visited the archives in Fiji and it's an amazing place. Their work and outreach is bringing joy to the villages and smaller towns to people who might not be able to visit Suva
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Warren Cheetham 30 Jul 18
This keynote by is one of the most inspiring I have ever heard. My takeaways 1) Do what you can, where you are, with what you have. 2) Don’t make excuses, make opportunities. 3) Connect with community
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Libby Cass 31 Jul 18
Want to connect and build ? Join the Facebook group
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Alisa Howlett 31 Jul 18
Thank you for this 😊 I have visited Fiji, Samoa and a village school in the Solomon Islands and have wondered since how to get involved. Thanks to Christine Mackenzie & Allison Dobbie for shedding light on this work.
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Christine Mackenzie 5 Jul 18
Check out my new blog post on GLAM18 -
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Christine Mackenzie 6 Jun 18
Check out my new blog post - - last week we had an historic meeting in Suva, Fiji to discuss the future of libraries in the Pacific
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Patti Manolis 30 May 18
Great coverage of an important event Public Libraries Summit # lib4dev
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Patti Manolis 30 May 18
Congratulations to Cohort 2 graduates of INELI Oceania leadership Program. Wonderful to be present for ceremony and celebration of your achievements. Great innovators & leaders for public libraries across the Pacific with thanks to
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Christine Mackenzie 8 May 18
Libraries are about more than books with - Check out my new blog post -
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Christine Mackenzie 8 May 18
Check out my new blog post -
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Christine Mackenzie 3 May 18
At the opening of conference in Myanmar
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Christine Mackenzie 29 Apr 18
Check out my new blog post - - on the opening of
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