Association of Ibero-American States for the Development of National Libraries (ABINIA)
Asociación de Estados Iberoamericanos para el Desarrollo de las Bibliotecas Nacionales de Iberoamérica (ABINIA)
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1989-12-14 Mexico City Mexico
Initially founded as a nongovernmental meeting of library directors to organize an exhibition in 1992 of ancient rare books, manuscripts, engravings and maps. Current title adopted when became an intergovernmental organization, on signature of an agreement by ambassadors of 13 Latin American countries, Oct 1999, Lima (Peru).
Encourage exchange of knowledge, information and experience and growth and development of each library, through common policy, technical standards, cooperation programmes and mutual assistance; solve common problems through mutual cooperation; help national libraries in the region respond to challenges of the information society.
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