Fiona Noble argues for the introduction of separate YA and Children's Carnegie medals.
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has backed CILIP's campaign to challenge political parties and candidates to fight against "fake news" and run fact-based campaigns in the... Read more
The government is considering holding a public inquiry into Lancashire's controversial plans to shut 28 of its libraries - the first time it will have... Read more
Libraries body CILIP has urged peers to intervene in the declining library service ahead of a debate in the House of Lords today on libraries and... Read more
Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell is in the running to win a record-breaking fourth CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal after being shortlisted for this year’s prize, while... Read more
CILIP will launch an independent review of its Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals following the controversy that was sparked by its 2017 Carnegie Medal longlist,... Read more
Libraries membership body CILIP has changed its logo and rebranded to 'CILIP, the library and information association', although members have criticised the lack of consultation... Read more
CILIP has responded to criticism about the diversity of its Carnegie Medal longlist - which features no BAME authors - saying that while it "acknowledges and... Read more
In a sector rife with closures and cutbacks, public library usage among adults has declined by almost a third since 2005, according to new government... Read more
Fresh fears for the future of libraries have emerged with the revelation that local councils are facing a £5.8bn spending gap by 2020.