The trick in digital times, says Richard Charkin, is for publishing’s senior management to ‘back untested ideas’ outside their comfort zones.
Following Putin’s attack on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s printing hub, the Federation of European Publishers at Bologna issues a worldwide appeal.
Despite ongoing COVID concerns and Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Stephanie Barrouillet looks ahead to an upbeat in-person Bologna.
As its CEO Alison Tweed prepares to speak at Sharjah Publishers’ Conference, Book Aid International tops 20,000 books in the Iraq project.
The five-year-old International Excellence Award-winning ‘Inspiring Readers’ program reaches nearly 300,000 students in the new school year.
The Novus banking app allows users to choose which charities will receive support, based on their purchases.
The United Kingdom’s Book Aid International has made donations of more than 160,000 books in nine countries to refugee youngsters.
Solar lamps as well as hundreds of thousands of books were in play in 2020 for Book Aid International’s logistics team and donor-publishers.
Dubai-based journalist Zeina Yazigi leads the IPA Amman seminar’s upcoming examination in Jordan of publishing’s role in the plight of refugees.
The Kalimat Foundation has new initiatives to aid of young Arab readers in refugee camps and those who struggle with reading disabilities.