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The first Research4Life training empowering African trainers on legal research
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The first GOALI training introducing experienced trainers to legal research took place in January 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa GOALI (Global Online Access to Legal Information) is the newest Research4Life programme promoting access to legal content from top academic publishers
GOALI helps librarians and researchers “to know our rights and respect the rights of others”
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By Edit Horváth, User and Outreach Librarian, International Labour Organization Exactly one year ago, we launched GOALI to provide developing countries with access to academic legal content and training. For the first anniversary, we asked our users why legal information
Promoting digital access to research in least developed countries
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1,400 librarians, researchers and students from 10 countries have learnt how to access and search digital scientific and academic information provided by Research4Life partners in the framework of a new activity of the UN’s Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries.
The most asked questions during the December AGORA Alumni Webinars
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SP: https://bit.ly/2Epd120 FR: https://bit.ly/2QXm29k On 3, 4 and 5 December, the AGORA Team at FAO organised a series of  webinars for the 2018 Alumni of the online course “Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture
Webinar for AGORA Online Course Alumni in English, French and Spanish
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EN: https://bit.ly/2QC9vEH FR: https://bit.ly/2zNJ0oH ES: https://bit.ly/2OHip29 Webinar for AGORA Online Course Alumni: This webinar is organized specifically for the 2018 Alumni of the online course “Fundamentals of Information Literacy and Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture – AGORA”. The
Interview with Kimberly Parker, Research4Life/Hinari Programme Manager
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Kimberly Parker, Hinari programme manager, answers some questions about the Research4Life Access to Health programme  width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="allowfullscreen"> The interview was held during the 65th Session of the WHO Regional Committee for the Eastern Mediterranean, hosted by the Government
Call for Research4Life user experiences from the global South
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If your institution is located in one of the Research4Life eligible countries and has already joined Research4Life‘s international network, you can access and fully explore resources of interest shared by tens of thousands of leading journals and e-books in the
Research4Life at OpenCon 2018 satellite event
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At the next OpenCon satellite event in New York City, Research4Life will give a presentation about its programmes, including how to access information resources using Hinari, AGORA and GOALI. The Conference theme is “Access for all? Equity of access to information,
AGORA Curso en línea: Fundamentos de Alfabetización Informacional y Acceso Global en Línea a la Investigación en Agricultura
AGORA Curso en línea (15-26 Oct 2018): Alfabetización Informacional y Acceso Global en Línea a la Investigación en Agricultura – Regístrese antes del 7 de Octubre! La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO) en
Nuevo programa de Research4Life GOALI: Acceso global en línea a información jurídica
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GOALI – Acceso global en línea a información jurídica es el nuevo programa de Research4Life que permite acceder de manera gratuita o por un monto reducido a trabajos de investigación y actividades de formación en el campo jurídico desde los
Learn what is and how you can access the new Research4Life programme – GOALI
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On March 6. 2018, a new Research4Life programme called GOALI (Global Online Access to Legal Information) was launched in Geneva. This initiative lead by the ILO, the Cornell University Law Library, the Yale Lillian Goldman Law Library and Brill Nijhoff
Highlights from the latest OARE Workshop in Nairobi
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A 2.5-day OARE workshop was hosted at the United Nations Offices in Nairobi, Kenya on the past November 2017. Twenty one librarians and researchers selected from various institutions around the country participated in this workshop. This was the first workshop