Hashtags enter the bookstores

22 January 2015

Official launch of #mynextread campaign: LET'S INSPIRE EUROPE

 

Paris, 21.01.2015 Read more »

Le hashtag passe la porte des librairies

22 January 2015

Lancement officiel de la campagne #mynextread: INSPIRONS L'EUROPE

 

Paris, 21.01.2015

La fédération européenne des libraires, - EIBF - a présenté sa nouvelle campagne #mynextread à Paris. Read more »

EIBF Newsflash 058

12 January 2015

  • PASSING OF PAST PRESIDENT JOHN MC NAMEE
  • THE BOOK SECTOR UNITED IN CONDEMNING CHARLIE HEBDO ATTACK IN PARIS
  • TTIP: FIRST DOCUMENTS RELEASED: BOOK PRICING IS A COUNTRY'S SOVEREIGN RIGHT SAYS EUROPEAN COMMISSION

 

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EIBF CONDEMNS THE ABOMINABLE ATTACK AGAINST CHARLIE HEBDO

8 January 2015

Je suis Charlie

The EIBF regards with horror the unspeakable attack perpetrated against Charlie Hebdo in Paris.

No words are strong enough to express EIBF's total condemnation of such an abominable crime against democracy and freedom of expression, principles that booksellers defend with the most vehement vigour in their daily professional practice. Read more »

Obituary to John McNamee

7 January 2015

John McNamee's funeral took place today in PortLaoise in the presence of a considerable crowd.

EIBF was represented by Françoise Dubruille, Director, and Tim Godfray, CEO of the Booksellers Association of the UK & Ireland, and Member of the EIBF Executive Committee.

John was born in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, and moved to the Republic of Ireland early on in his career. He opened his first bookshop in Portlaoise, Laois Educational Supplies, in 1986 and a branch in Newbridge in 1988. Read more »

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