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Christine Mackenzie is an Australian librarian, president of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) from 2019 to 2021. Mackenzie was the president-elect from 2017 to 2019 and part of the Governing Board from 2011 to 2013. She worked in the Trend Report. Read more

New IFLA President Christine Mackenzie welcomed at the Australian Embassy of Athens

The Australian Embassy in Athens welcomes IFLA's Conference and celebrates the appointment of Christine Mackenzie as its President (2019-2021)

The appointment of Australian Christine Mackenzie as President of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) was celebrated at the Australian Embassy in Athens on 28 August...(read more)

President Christine Mackenzie make her first address to the Federation

I am so happy, so proud and so delighted to be standing here as the incoming President of IFLA.

In Australia, it is customary to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where we are meeting. I was born in the Kurnai region in Australia and if I was attending a meeting there, I would pay respect to their elders past present and emerging. Today I would like to acknowledge our indigenous colleagues from around the world and highlight that the United Nations has declared that this year is the Year of Indigenous Languages...(read more)

Issue 7/8 Jul/Aug: Theme: What binds us together

From this issue, ALIA has made the article 'Let's Work Together For Sustainability', a Q&A with incoming IFLA President, Christine Mackenzie, free to access.

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