This policy defines the principles for the State Library of Queensland’s temporary and travelling exhibition program. The program focuses on developing exhibitions which draw on the State Library collections, enhance the strategic focus of the State Library.
The Next Horizon: VISION 2017 for Queensland Public Libraries
A joint initiative of the State Library of Queensland, the Queensland Public Libraries Association and the Local Government Association of Queensland.
Intellectual freedom policy – Includes information on the right to access information, privacy and copyright
Libraries for literacy – every day, every way: 2011-2014 framework
State Library of Queensland, and the network of more than 340 public libraries and Indigenous Knowledge Centres across the state, are committed to building literacy through innovation and collaboration so Queenslanders can actively participate in the social, economic and cultural life of their communities.
Multicultural Engagement Framework 2014-17 – Our Multicultural Engagement Framework highlights our commitment to collaborate with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities and external partners to provide access to knowledge, learning, creative experiences and employment.
Reconciliation Action Plan 2015-18 – Our commitment to building positive relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people; our RAP gives us a framework for the future, detailing steps and priorities to achieve Indigenous equity.
Disability Action Plan 2014-2015 – Our proactive and public commitment to taking a lead role in providing accessible and inclusive library and information services for all Queenslanders with a disability.
See our Strategic planning documentation
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