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How do NGOs support the librarians? Why does participatory grantmaking work?

How do NGOs support the librarians? Why does participatory grantmaking work?

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  • Librarians can getsupport fromexperienced NGOs.
  • library development planacceptedthe recriutment process is on-line1 or 2 NGOs for a library
  • 812 - applications were submitted524 - all eligible libraries261 – half of all eligible libraries applied375 – places offered by NGOs
  • (new)personal financejob and careerhealthnew media
  • Job: Enter. A library as a place ofinformation about the job market 30 libraries: 60 places
  • Nursing for the health of acommunity. Health education in a library 20 libraries
  • Muuvit: move aboutand discover the world 25 libraries
  • Library as spacefor discussing local issues 30 libraries
  • Library – a local center of practical knowledge 40 libraries
  • Digital archives of local tradition 50 libraries
  • About personal finances in a simple and accessible way
  • Library classes for children and parents 50 libraries
  • ę
  • ęFlying cultural managers and flying sociologists for libraries 30 libraries
  • ę
  • In a spirit of culture and good citizenship in a library 50 libraries / 70 places
  • the end.
  • All images from www.flickr.com (unless specificallystated)Presentation licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SAThe presentation can be downloaded from:http://www.slideshare.net/NoemiGryczkoI did all the drawingsNoemi Gryczko noemi.gryczko@frsi.org.pl or@noe_gryczko
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