Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians (CONSAL)
Congrès des bibliothécaires de l'Asie du Sud-Est
1970-08 Singapore Singapore
Aug 1970, Singapore (Singapore), as Conference of Southeast Asian Librarians, during 1st Conference of Southeast Asian Librarians. Present name adopted, under a revised constitution, during 3rd Conference, 1975, Jakarta (Indonesia). Secretariat established, Apr 2000, Singapore.
Establish and strengthen relations among librarians, libraries, library schools, library associations and related organizations in the region; promote cooperation in the region and cooperate with other regional and international organizations and institutions in the fields of librarianship, library and information sciences, documentation, information and related activities in the region.
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Conference (meets once every 3 years). Council of Chief Librarians. Executive Board, comprising Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, 3 members from each member country and Secretary-General.
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