FAIFE

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FAIFEFree Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (International Federation of Library Associations)
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Craig was sent to a young offender institute for 12 months, while Faife and Chisholm were both given two-year sentences.
A post-mortem examination was subsequently carried out and Gateshead coroner Terence Carney opened an inquest into Mr Faife's death.
De esta manera, la investigacion privilegia la lectura interpretativa sobre las posturas teoricas de instituciones como la Organizacion de las Naciones Unidas para la Educacion, la Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO), la Federacion Internacional de las Asociaciones e Instituciones Bibliotecarias (IFLA, por su sigla en ingles), el Comite para el Libre Acceso a la Informacion y la Libertad de Expresion (FAIFE) de la IFLA, y los eventos mas destacados en el ambito del derecho a la informacion y del papel de la BP en la sociedad.
Singh appeared in court with his brother Craig, of Ryde Terrace, Dunston' Mark McDonald, 26, of Chelsea Gardens, Deckham' Shane Faife, 25, of Curzon Street, Bensham' Justin Brown, 28, of Fernlough, Windy Nook, all Gateshead' and Peter Chisholm, 27, of Deerbush, West Denton in Newcastle.
He appeared before magistrates on Saturday with his brother Craig, 19, Mark McDonald, 25, and Shane Faife, 24.
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) has announced that Susanne Seidelin is the new director of its Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression office (FAIFE).
IFLA published IFLA Principles for Library eLending, and FAIFE issued a think piece, "Libraries, E-Lending and the Future of Public Access to Digital Content."
Anthony Faife was forced to buy replacement drugs on the black market.
Jason Singh, of Dunston, and Craig Singh, of Ryde Terrace, Dunston, appeared with Mark MacDonald, 26, of Chelsea Gardens, Deckham, Shane Faife, 25, of Curzon Street, Bensham, Justin Brown, 27, of Fernlough, Windy Nook, Joseph McDonald, 27, of Colegate, Leam Lane, all Gateshead, and Peter Chisholm, 27, of Deerbush, West Denton, Newcastle, at Newcastle Crown Court.
FAIFE announced a Spotlight series based on a Finnish research project, Censorship and Control in the Internet Age, led by Kai Ekholm.
Craig Singh, 20, of Ryde Terrace, Dunston, was sent to a young offenders' institution for 12 months; Shane Faife, 25, of Redheugh Court, Gateshead, was jailed for two years; Mark MacDonald, 26, of Chelsea Gardens, Deckham, was jailed for four and a half years; Peter Chisholm, 27, of Deerbush, West Denton, was jailed for two years; and Justin Brown, 27, of Fernlough, Windy Nook, was jailed for three and a half years.
Several days later, FAIFE (Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression) and the information technology section presented WLIC delegates with a pirate: Christian Engstrom, Sweden's Pirate Party representative to the European Parliament.