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INFORMATION AS THE FOUNDATION FOR SOCIAL SOLIDARITY
THE ROLE OF PARLIAMENTARY LIBRARIES AND RESEARCH SERVICES

 

DRAFT PROGRAMME

15-18 August 2017, Warsaw

15 August 2017, Tuesday
Entrance Hall of the Senate

16:00–20:00

Registration

17:00

Welcome reception

16 August 2017, Wednesday
Plenary Hall of the Senate

08:30

Registration

09:00

Opening of the Conference – welcome address

09:15

Opening speech

09:45

Networking session

10:30

Coffee break

11:00

SESSION I

Informing about legislative process, debate and parliamentary heritage – communication tools of the Sejm and the Senate

12:50

Discussion

13:10

Lunch

14:10

SESSION II

Access to developed parliamentary information – basis for citizens’ involvement in public affairs

15:25

Discussion

15:45

Coffee break

16:15

SESSION III

Public reception of the information delivered by parliament

17:00

Discussion

17:30

Family photo, tour of the Sejm and the Senate

19:00

Concert

20:00

Dinner

 

17 August 2017, Thursday
Plenary Hall of the Senate

08:30

Registration

08:45

Welcome address, IFLAPARL Section Chair

09:00

Morning Keynote

09:30

Short presentations

10:00

Coffee break

10:30

Breakout discussions

11:30

Summary of discussions

12:00

Updates from the IFLAPARL Standing Committee & Partners

12:30

Lunch

14:00

Afternoon Keynote

14:30

Short presentations

15:00

Breakout discussions

16:00

Coffee break

16:30

Summary of discussions

17:00

Updates from regional networks

17:30

Closing speech

18 August 2017, Friday
Venue tbc

Training Workshops

IFLAPARL will be organizing 3-4 training workshops that will focus on building skills and knowledge, going deeper into some of the areas covered during the pre-conference.  Potential topics under consideration include:

  • Research for parliamentary clients
  • Creating digital repositories
  • Project planning and project management
  • Ethics in parliamentary research
  • Management of institutional knowledge
  • Data management and data visualization

Selection of topics will be based on interests of participants and availability of trainers. Participants must select one workshop in advance to ensure there is sufficient space and training materials.

08:30

Arrival at training rooms

08:45

Introduction and overview by Workshop leaders

09:00

Workshop begins

12:00

Workshop ends

Last update: 17 February 2017