Nominations to the IBBY-Asahi Reading Promotion Award 2016
۲۰۱۶ Asahi Reading Promotion Award nominations list were announced by the IBBY and Read With Me project from Iran is in this list.The IBBY-Asahi Reading Promotion Award is given biennially to two groups or institutions whose outstanding activities are judged to be making a lasting contribution to reading promotion programs for children and young people.
۲۰۱۶ Nomination submitted by
- IBBY Argentina
Puntos de lectura para imaginar (Reading points to imagine), Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires
- IBBY Brazil
Clube Cultural Dragão Azul (Cultural Club Blue Dragon), Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro
- IBBY Canada
Vermont Square Parent-Child Mother Goose Program, Toronto
- IBBY China
Shenzhen Children’s Library: Night at the Children’s Library, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province
- IBBY Iran
Read with Me, nationwide
- IBBY Mexico
Germinalia AC: The Reading Honeycombs, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas
- IBBY Netherlands
O Mundo: a little world library, Antwerp, Belgium
- IBBY New Zealand
Duffy Books in Homes, nationwide
- IBBY Slovenia
Library of the Blind and Partially Sighted, Ljubljana
- IBBY Sweden
Kelompok Pecinta Bacaan Anak (KPBA), Jakarta, Indonesia
- IBBY Switzerland, IBBY Denmark, IBBY France and IBBY Germany
Big Brother Mouse, Luang Prabang City, Laos
The winning projects will be announced at the IBBY press conference at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair on Monday, 4 April 2016 and the presentation will be made in Auckland at the 35th IBBY World Congress in August 2016. Representatives of the winning projects will be asked to make a presentation at the Congress.
The Award was established in 1986 and is sponsored by the Asahi Shimbun newspaper. Nominations are submitted by the National Sections of IBBY and may include reading promotion projects from any part of the world. The jury consists of members of the IBBY Executive Committee. The prize of US$ 10,000 and a diploma is presented to the winners at the biennial IBBY Congress.
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