In the name of our partner LIBRARY WITHOUT BORDERS, we would like to thank all the delegates for their support to the book collect and their commitment in favor of making knowledge and culture accessible throughout the world.
Nearly 500 books were collected by Libraries without Borders during the congress.
We also would like to thank D&P Architecture Communication for supporting the project by creating the Library area within ICAP 2014 exhibition.
The Organizing Committee
Get involved in the ICAP library project!
Save space in your suitcase for a book or more, and make a donation to our Partner - LIBRARIES WITHOUT BORDERS. Visit their booth in the Exhibition Hall and donate your books as of 8 July, 18:30 (during the welcome cocktail) or the following days (during the exhibition opening hours).
Thank you in advance for your generous support
Disseminating knowledge and providing education are the common purposes of a library and a congress.
Both are open places where people meet and discuss, train, educate and enjoy themselves!
Sharing information is the key factor for sustainable development, in the social, economic and cultural environment. As psychologists, we are contributing to improve individual and collective well-being while humanity is facing various forms of crisis.
In this context, being able to read and to write is providing a true and beneficial relief. In extreme circumstances, like in humanitarian crisis, books definitely help victims to cope with the trauma of disaster and to rebuild themselves.
The 28th ICAP is taking initiative to build a partnership with Libraries Without Borders and to offer delegates and partners the opportunity to take concrete action during the congress in getting involved in a sustainable project.
Read more About LWB
Created in 2007 by the Historian Patrick Weil, Libraries Without Borders (LWB) is one of the leading international organizations supporting libraries throughout the world. Whether we are engaging in long term actions, in emergency situations or creating digital educational contents, LWB promotes access to information and knowledge as key factors of cultural and social human development in more than 20 countries worldwide, including France and the United States.
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