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The General Secretariat. Membership. Representation at international meetings. ) 30 The agreement reached by the IFLA Committee on Statistics at two special meetings on an international standard for library statistics, resulting in the revised UNESCO questionnaire distributed to member associations with IFLA News 1967 April. The publication in Libri 16(4) 1966 of the report of the IFLA Committee on Library Education on professional training of librarians in Europe. ) Aseries of joint meetings with FID, to facilitate co-operation: a meeting of 48 officers and observers of the two organizations at the Hague, 1966 September 19 ; a meeting of the General Secretaries with Unesco, Paris, 1967 February 23; a meeting of the Presidents and General Secretaries with UNESCO, Paris, 1967 J une 22.
This involves a great deal of new thinking on IFLA's part if we are to play this kind of role in tlie future. It has been suggested that we might make our first moves in this direction by sponsoring a world-wide campaign in the shape of a World book and library year. The feasibility of this remains to be seen, but it will be intensively discussed over the next few months by IFLA's Bureau and others likely to be involved. At all events I hope that serious attention will be given to this suggestion and that in the near future we shall be able to study it and plan for it.
In sum these are directed to the fulfillment of requirements for information so as to enrich and improve the national and international attitudes of mankind. If this is our mandate, then surely it is imperative that IFLA and FID must work in coneert to avoid dilution of our total resources in working toward common goals. I need not emphasize that the combined reservoir of talent represented by our two Federations is not superfluous to the completion of the tasks we face. In meeting the increased demand for information, we are faced with many problems.