Canadian survey on challenges

Check out this short web survey that the CLA Advisory Committee on Intellectual Freedom has put together. This second annual survey is intended to help the Committee develop documentation about challenged resources and policies in Canadian libraries. This initiative supports Canada’s Book and Periodical Council’s (BPC) Freedom to Read campaign as the results will be shared with the BPC. This survey also complements the American Library Association’s Challenge Database project.


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