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A report on how Australian libraries are supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, including a number of case studies from NSLA libraries.
As a means of maintaining momentum after the formal Culturally Safe Libraries Program, NSLA members in Australia agreed to run an Indigenous cultural capability audit for five years from 2021.
NSLA and ALIA's joint submission calls on the federal government to work with the national public library network and provide targeted investment in connectivity, a new funding stream for digital programs and, services and skills training for staff working in remote library locations.
NSLA libraries are committed to working in accordance with nationally and internationally recognised protocols to ensure that member libraries provide culturally safe public spaces for all First Nations peoples, whether they are visitors or staff.
NSLA member libraries acknowledge their collective, individual and moral responsibilities to ensure that management and access to First Nations collection materials is culturally informed and respectful, including recognition and protection of the ongoing, communal nature of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights.