IFLA) is looking for a new Policy and Research Officer to work on Internet governance and digital issues.
The Internet plays an indispensable role in achieving key library objectives –
access to information, freedom of expression, individual empowerment.
But for it to do so, risks must be managed. The open architecture of the Internet is challenged by both public and
private actors. Individuals face threats to their privacy from companies and governments.
Visit www.ifla.org/node/11190 for more information on key areas of responsibilities, and instructions on submitting an application. The closing date is 27 February 2017. IFLA advises interested candidates to submit their applications as soon as possible due to an expected high volume of applications.