Healthy Me, Healthy Planet report

Cover of the Healthy Me, Healthy Planet: Program Evaluation Report. Cover image shows sun rising through trees in a park and a man jogging on a path. The words 'Institute for Health Transformation' appear at the top of the cover

The evaluation report on the project, Healthy Me, Healthy Planet, delivered by Whitehorse Manningham Libraries, is now available here. The Healthy Me, Healthy Planet program was an evidence-informed pilot program…

A future for public libraries – free webinar

A future for public libraries Local Government Library Technology (LGLibTech) Dialogues with library thought leader leaders. 7th December 2022 14.30 to 15.30 London time (GMT)  NOTE that this is 1.30AM…

2022 Kenneth Myer Lecture: Uluru Statement

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The National Library and the Myer Foundation are honoured to host the 2022 Kenneth Myer lecture, with Professor Megan Davis speaking on the Uluru Statement and the referendum to enshrine…

National Science Week 2023 grant round opens

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The National Science Week Grant Round for 2023 opened today, offering funds from $2,000 to $20,000 to individuals and organisations to provide science engagement activities during next year’s festival in…

Introducing Writeability Goes Local and Online

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Writeability Goes Local and Online is program for writers with disability, delivered in partnership with Local Councils. About Writeability Writers Victoria’s award winning Writeability program supports writers with disability wanting…

Online event: Exploring the Climate Emergency

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Together We Can: Exploring the Climate Emergency with Claire O’Rourke Tuesday 8 November 6-7pm Maribyrnong Libraries invite you to join Together We Can: Exploring the Climate Emergency with Claire O’Rourke….

Rethinking Libraries

ICYMI, there was a wonderful program on ABC Radio Nightlife earlier this week called Rethinking Libraries. The program features interviews with ALIA CEO Cathie Warburton, Holly Godfree from Students Need…