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Book Platform Newsletter: Issue 6

ISSUE 6 OF BOOK PLATFORM NEWSLETTER


In this issue of Book Platform Newsletter:

  • Presentation & discussion on Armenian Books in Translation in Other Languages after 1991
  • Presentation & discussion on Survey Results of Reading Habits in Georgia
  • NEW in Resources section on the website


Presentation & discussion on Armenian Books in Translation in Other Languages after 1991

On the 27 Feb 2013 at the Naregatsy Art Institute the Book Platform project gathered Armenian writers, translators, cultural organizations, media and policy makers to openly discuss the outcomes of the project's studies on translations and their implications for the future policies on promotion of Armenian literature. Read more...  

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Presentation & Discussion on Survey Results of Reading Habits in Georgia

The presentation and the discussion of the survey Reading Habits in Georgia was held in the conference room of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia on March 4, 2013. Natia Melikidze, the representative of Experto – provided an in-depth overview of the whole research through a very detailed presentation. Read more...  
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NEW in Resources section on the website

This is a kind reminder that the sub-section "Useful links to key players and resources" in the Resources section on the website is updated weekly.

NEW links added:


THE BOOK PLATFORM PROJECT assists in developing skills, in building international networks and in creating smart policies for creating an environment for a healthy, sustainable and open book culture in three countries of the EU Neighborhood Policy – Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine. It is a project of Next Page Foundation in cooperation with Armenian Literature Foundation (Armenia), National Publishers Association (Armenia), Georgian Book Publishers Association (Georgia) and Publishers' Forum (Ukraine), supported by Eastern Partnership Culture Programme of the EU.

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