More Submission resources

NSLA's submission to the Australian Government's inquiry into the Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Bill, which proposes to extend the operation of the safe harbour scheme.

NSLA's submission supports the essential role of public libraries as government entities in delivering a wide range of highly valued services, programs and resources to diaspora communities.

NSLA's submission to the review of the Australian Digital Inclusion Index advocates for inclusion of a measure of how libraries and other providers of free internet access, internet-connected devices and digital skills support contribute to digital inclusion in Australia.

NSLA's welcomes the addition of social infrastructure to the audit and recommends consideration of a number of additional challenges to libraries in meeting users' needs, including: consumer expectations, research infrastructure, reductions in capital funding, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and collections, volunteers.
NSLA's inquiry submission calls for the recognition of libraries as trusted public institutions that support the collection and preservation of Australia's diverse cultural heritage and strengthen civic engagement.