On July 2-3, Barbara Schack, Head of Development for Bibliothèques sans Frontières, will present the Ideas Box at the 2015 CILIP Conference in Liverpool, UK.

In this unprecedented humanitarian crisis, Libraries Without Borders believes that access to information and knowledge-based resources is as critical of a need as food, clothing, and shelter are to displaced communities.

The Ideas Box Comes West: Raising Awareness of the Importance of Knowledge-Based Assistance in Humanitarian Crises at the Bay Area Book Festival.

From June 1-5, BSF Campus is in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) for the first Young Leaders training session.

On June 6th, the Ideas Box will be on display at the Château de Chambord.

One year after the deployment of the first Ideas Box in Burundi, where there has already been a notable impact touching education, childhood protection, and community reinforcement, LWB has implemented an Ideas Box in Lebanon for those affected by the Syrian crisis.

From the 24th to the 26th of March, Libraries Without Borders will participate in the 12th DIHAD conference, which is a major humanitarian event concerning the Middle East.

Libraries Without Borders and the Institut Français in London are organising a conference focused on the Ideas Box and cultural and developmental issues. 

On March 16-17, Libraries Without Borders will showcase the Ideas Box in Austin, Texas, at the South by Southwest music, film, and interactive festival. 

It is now official: the northern French city of Calais will be the first to acquire and implement the Ideas Box in France.