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Some Public libraries reopened from 17 September onwards

Self-service library stations and book drop service have been resumed on 2 September.  From 17 September, the Hong Kong Central Library, six major libraries and 31 district libraries have been partially reopened. The libraries will implement special opening hours, arrange sessional admission, limit the number of people entering the library and adopt other precautionary measures. Lending and returning of library materials and picking up reserved library materials will be offered. Library facilities reopened include adult library, young adult library, children's library, reference library, some of the computer facilities and Students’ Study Room. In addition, newspapers and periodicals services will be resumed from 23 September. Please refer to the Details.

With the resumption of book drop service, self-service library stations and reopening of the aforesaid libraries, the maximum number of renewal will resume to five consecutive times from 23 September except for item which is reserved by another reader. Other public libraries and their students’ study rooms, and mobile libraries will continue to be temporarily closed until further notice. Overdue fines will not be generated for late return of library materials, and due date of reservation pick up will be extended accordingly.

International Labour Organization Depository Collection

Start date:

November 1993 

Coverage: New English publications published by ILO including serials, research reports, manuals and international standards.
Location: Central Reference Library , 8/F of Hong Kong Central Library
Type: Reference Material, available for public use in the library
Introduction: The International Labour Organization (ILO) was founded in 1919 and subsequently became a specialised agency associated with the United Nations in 1946. The ILO sets international labour standards, provides technical co-operation services, produces research and publications on social and labour matter. The Library has been designated the depository library of the ILO since November 1993. Under the programme, some 1000 items have been deposited, including serials, research studies, manuals, statistics and reports on labour laws and regulations, industrial relations, conditions of service and occupational safety.
Related links:

The International Labour Organization Homepage at http://www.ilo.org/global/lang--en/index.htm
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Please call (852) 2921 0222 or using the Ask a Librarian – Internet Reference Enquiry Service .