Red de Centros de Documentación de Literatura Infantil y Juvenil (CEDOC-LI)
Network of Children's and Juvenile Literature Documentation Centers
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1984, by representatives of Latin American documentation centres, following proposal by Banco del Libro of Venezuela, Jan 1978, Caracas (Venezuela), that Inter-American Children's Literature Project -- Proyecto Interamericano de Literatura Infantil (PILI) should initiate the creation of Children's and Juvenile Literature Centres in Latin America under the auspices of D-XD3030 - OAS. Original title: Latin American Subregional Network of Children's Literature Documentation Centers. From 1987, referred to as Latin American and Associates' Network of Children's Literature Documentation Centers. Present name adopted 1990, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), when the Network broadened its boundaries as an organization.
Facilitate access to information and promote its use under the principle of sharing resources and communication for the purpose of eradicating illiteracy and promoting reading and children's and young people's literature; strengthen development of associated centres; encourage creation of new documentation and information centres for children's literature; favour relations with other networks, national and international organizations and institutions with similar or complementary activities.
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