UnConference is Parag’s annual Children’s Library Conference that aims to create a space for children’s library discourse in India. The conference acts as an avenue where library educators and others engaged in the library space, with reading and children meet, exchange ideas, present best practices and challenges and learn from each other. The unconference brings together thought leaders in the library and children’s literature space including librarians and library facilitators running public libraries in both the government and private space. Librarians and teachers from government and private schools, authors, and illustrators are also encouraged to participate.

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