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Trading in Knowledge? The World Trade Organisation and Libraries

EBLIDA/SCONUL 2-day conference on trade agreements & libraries:

TRADING IN KNOWLEDGE? THE WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION AND LIBRARIES

To be held at:
THE MOLLER CENTRE, CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND
2 – 3 MARCH 2005

European Bureau of Library, Information & Documentation Associations (EBLIDA): http://www.eblida.org and Society of College, National & University Libraries (SCONUL), UK & Ireland: http://www.sconul.ac.uk

Programme, Registration & Further details:
http://www.sconul.ac.uk/event_conf/WTOConference/wtoprogramme

Speakers to include:

GEORGE MONBIOT

Columnist in The Guardian, author of Captive State: The Corporate Takeover of Britain, The Age of Consent, and Manifesto for a New World Order, and Visiting Professor at Oxford Brookes University

RUTH RIKOWSKI

Visiting Lecturer at London South Bank University, author of Globalisation, Information and Libraries: the Implications of the WTO’s GATS and TRIPS Agreements, and Co-editor of Information for Social Change

DALE HONECK

Counsellor in the Trade in Services Division, World Trade Organisation, Geneva

SUSAN ROBERTSON

Professor at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, and Co-ordinator of the Centre for Studies of Globalisation, Education and Societies

KJELL NILSSON

Deputy National Librarian, Sweden and Chair of EBLIDA’s Expert Group on the World Trade Organisation

PAUL WHITNEY

City Librarian, Vancouver, Canada and Canadian Appointee to the Copyright & Other Legal Matters Committee (CLM) of IFLA