Meet and Greet: Sept. 9th, 7pm-9pm MST
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Future Librarians for Intellectual Freedom (FLIF)

We’re a UofA student group that has actively opposed censorship and advocated for freedom of expression since 2004.

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We advocate against censorship through participation in events such as Banned Books Week and Freedom to Read Week.

Freedom of Expression
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We encourage freedom of expression through access to information, and participation in events such as Pride Week.

Social Responsibility
Image description: Four people hold up books at the Homeless Connect table

We encourage social responsibility through local partnerships with the Mustard Seed and the Homeless Connect conference.

We’re recruiting executive positions!

Check out our vacant positions, send us your self-nominations, and get ready to join a community who cares about intellectual freedom on all levels.

We’re accepting nominations through September 14th.
The election will be held September 16th, via Bearsden.
Successful bids will be announced September 17th.

Nominations should be emailed to FLIF@ualberta.ca, and they should include:
– Your name
– Which position you are self-nominated for
– A brief description of who you are and why you’re interested in working with FLIF


FLIF is a student group based out of the University of Alberta.

Contact Us

If you want to know more about what we do, are interested in membership, or have a potential partnership you can reach us at:


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