Freedom of Access to Information and Resources
We’re campaigning for a fair, open, democratic society where information can be accessed by everyone.
FAIR is lobbying on a number of issues which affect Australia's library and information sector including copyright law reform, cybersafety and the problems with internet filtering, digitising our nation’s history, encouraging children to read, evidence-based decisions in law, health and business, evidence-based policy making, learning at any age, qualified library staff in schools, supporting Australia's book industry and well funded public libraries.
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has written an open letter to the NSW Minister for Skills, John Barilaro, to protest about TAFE management’s plan to turn the third floor of its Ultimo campus library into corporate offices.
The library at Ultimo TAFE in Sydney is under threat and ALIA and FAIR are supporting a campaign to keep all levels of the library open for students.
The Library at Ultimo TAFE in Sydney is under threat.
FAIR and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) are supporting a campaign to keep all levels of the library open for students.
TAFE Corporate has plans to take over level two of Ultimo TAFE library which will result in a significant reduction of valuable library space including student computers, study rooms and quiet study areas.
Joint media release
Monday, 31 October 2016, Canberra: Freedom of Access to Information and Resources (FAIR) and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) supports former Ford Australia executives who are asking the Federal Government to prevent the export of the company's local archives, following the closure of the local manufacturing operations.
Good news from the Public Service Association (PSA) of NSW - the library at PSA House now looks like it has a great future.
Last week, the Australia Library and Information Association (ALIA) heard that despite strong representations from Public Service Association (PSA) NSW Members and ALIA earlier in the year, the former General Secretary had planned to break up the PSA NSW library.