A new National Strategy for Public Libraries (2018-2022) is currently being developed. Our ambition is to develop an attractive, vibrant and multi-functional library service as a centre for information, learning, local culture and community.
We want your opinion!
This public consultation is the final phase of engagement on the development of the new strategy. The purpose is to obtain input from as broad a range of interested parties as possible and everyone is welcome to respond. We hope to receive responses from the general public, including current library users and those who do not use public libraries, as well as interested organisations and other stakeholders.
Closing date for submissions and responses is Thursday February 1, 2018.
Submissions can also be made to the Department by clicking here, or by filling out an application (Download Application) and submitting it by email to email@example.com or in writing to:
Libraries Development and Community Policy,
Department of Rural and Community Development,
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Plean Forbatha na Leabharlainne 2017-2022
Library Development Plan 2017 – 2022
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Our Public Libraries 2022: Inspiring, Connecting and Empowering Communities
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