Library Association of Ireland Public Libraries Section Conference and Exhibition 2022
Where: Galway Bay Hotel, The Promenade, Galway, H91 W295
When: 8th November – 10th November
‘It’s Not Easy Being Green’
This year’s conference entitled ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green’: Libraries, SDGs & Climate Change highlights and recognises the work being done throughout the country in making our public libraries more sustainable; the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals & how we as public librarians can gain from this knowledge and become empowered to make small but positive changes in our home, at work and in our community.
Bookings are now open for the Library Association of Ireland Public Libraries Section Conference and Exhibition 2022.
Our conference 2022 sees a welcome return to an in-person event & our very exciting programme includes –
- Louise Cotter, Carr Cotter & Naessens Architects
- Gesche Kindermann, Director: Environmental Leadership MSc, Researcher: Ryan Institute: NEAR Health Research Project & Whitaker Institute: SHEER Research Project
- Alan Swan, RTÉ
- Laura Dixon, Climate Action Officer Mayo County Council
- Sophie White, Writer & Podcaster
New LMS, Library best practice projects, eBook SOS Crisis, new Library Strategy and the ever popular My Life in Books panel.
The cost of a full delegate is slightly up on previous years at €349. The full delegate rate covers attendance at conference sessions, 2 nights’ accommodation with breakfast, dinner on the evening of the 8th November, lunch on both the 9th and 10th November, all tea/coffee breaks, the pre-dinner drinks reception on the evening of the 9th November followed by the Gala dinner.
For delegates attending for one overnight, the rate is €199 for accommodation, all meals, Gala dinner and attendance at conference sessions.
We are offering a day delegate rate of €75. This covers attendance at conference sessions, coffee/tea break and lunch on either day.
To book delegate places at the conference and exhibition simply contact Melanie Cunningham at email@example.com