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.

Out of the Box was born from a BIG ambition: to create an international community around the Ideas Box!

On January 26-30, 2015, Libraries Without Borders organized a seminar on strengthening the African Great Lakes inter-university network (RIGL in French) with the support of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The seminar took place in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi.

Since the end of October 2014, the Libraries Without Borders team has begun an impact study of the Ideas Box on education in the Bwagiriza refugee camp in Burundi.

Libraries Without Borders recently appointed Allister Chang as its new Executive Director.

Libraries Without Borders launches the French version of the Khan Academy platform.