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IFLA Acknowledges Results of Global Vision Voting Response

Gerald Leitner, secretary general of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), released a statement thanking voters for contributing to the IFLA Global Vision discussion initiative. He noted that when the voting period ended on Oct. 16, there had been 22,000 votes from 213 countries and areas. “You have made this a truly global conversation with votes coming from every single continent,” he said. “Next March, at the IFLA President’s meeting, we will launch the IFLA Global Vision report. Then we will discuss with you how we can bring the vision to reality. This has been an enormous success and a wonderful journey.”

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