[Eurchap] [Fwd: [icie] CALL FOR PAPERS - INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE]
Michel J. Menou
Michel.Menou at wanadoo.fr
Wed May 31 08:38:35 EDT 2006
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Sujet: [icie] CALL FOR PAPERS - INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 09:32:31 -0600
De: TONI SAMEK <Toni.Samek at ualberta.ca>
INFORMATION FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (ISC)
CALL FOR PAPERS (Feel free to foreword this message to friends and colleagues.)
The summer 2007 issue of the online journal Information for Social Change
(ISC) will focus on the urgent theme of library and information workers as
political actors in times of war, civil war, military occupation, and
social conflicts worldwide.
ISC seeks both contemporary and historical submissions that address such
-- Library and information provision during times of war, civil war,
military occupation, and social conflict that provide insights and
practical strategies for potential library and information projects in
regions of conflict worldwide.
-- Profiles of library and information workers as participants and
interventionists in conflicts, as political actors that offer some new
possibilities for strategies of resistance, or that challenge networks of
military or civil control worldwide.
-- Access to library and information provision and the information needs of
oppressed peoples for empowerment and emancipation during times of war,
revolution, or social conflict worldwide.
-- Dissemination of information about inside conflicts to the outside
world. Here, ISC is particularly interested in explorations of how to
protect the information provider in terms of privacy; confidentiality;
freedom of opinion and expression; freedom of thought, conscience and
religion; peaceful assembly and association; and protection from torture or
cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment as expressed in the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948).
Note: ISC has a special interest in receiving, publishing, documenting, and
giving memory to information about conflicts on which very little
information has been recorded to date.
Anyone interested in contributing an article, thought piece, bibliography,
review, or other work related to the expressed theme is invited to share
their ideas with issue co-editors Martyn Lowe
(<mailto:martynlowe at usa.net>martynlowe at usa.net) AND Toni Samek
(<mailto:toni.samek at ualberta.ca>toni.samek at ualberta.ca).
The closing date for submission is December 10, 2006 (HUMAN RIGHTS DAY).
Word limits are negotiable with Martyn and Toni.
For more information about ISC, see
Toni Samek, PhD
School of Library & Information Studies, Faculty of Education
Chair, Canadian Library Association's Advisory Committee on Intellectual
3-15 Rutherford South
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta CANADA T6G 2J4
Phone: (780) 492-0179
Fax: (780) 492-2430
E-mail: toni.samek at ualberta.ca
For upcoming activities, see: http://www.ualberta.ca/~asamek/talks.htm#upcoming
"A word after a word after a word is power." Margaret Atwood
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