Acuril 2019 na Aruba


Managing director, Mrs. Astrid Britten, of the National Library Aruba

Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) ta tene su di 49 conferencia aki  na Aruba di 2 pa 6 di juni 2019. Durante conferencia ta focus riba e Sustainable Development Goals ( SDG’s ) cu ta e framework di UN 2030 agenda. Tema di e conferencia ta:  ‘Access and opportunity for all:  Caribbean Libraries, Archives and Museums supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Biblioteca Nacional Aruba tin e honor di host y organisa e conferencia aki cu ta tuma lugar na Renaissance Aruba convention center. Lo tin presentacionnan  di oradornan renombra, tayer,  exhibicion di proveedornan di productonan y sistemanan pa bibliotecanan y centronanan di informacion.

Sub- temanan ta:

  1. Information services aimed at poverty alleviation and food security
  2. Promote literacy and lifelong learning
  3. Libraries and sustainability
  4. Libraries contributing to peaceful and just societies
  5. Integrated strategies to achieve multiple SDGs

Gustosamente  e Local Organizing Committee di Aruba ta invita tur esnan interesa den e temanan interesante pa participa na ACURIL Conference. Registracion ta habri dentro di poco dia. ( Pa e programa completo bishita e website di ACURIL

Artista local Ryan Oduber a traha e bunita logo pa e conferencia. E ta splica e diseño asina’ki: The conch has a nurturing reference but is also still a means of communication through local and regional music. The “sound colors” are from the Sustainable Development Goals International logo and represents that we all are part of the problem, but most importantly: the solution”.



In September 2015 the member states of the United Nations (UN) adopted “Transforming our world: The 2030 agenda for sustainable development which includes Seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) spanning economic, environmental and social development. Caribbean librarians and other information professionals contribute to improved outcomes across the SDGs by promoting universal literacy, closing gaps in access to information, advancing digital inclusion, serving as the heart of the research and academic community and preserving and providing access to the world’s culture and heritage.

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