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Friends and advisors

The library has strong connections to many groups as a contributor, and is in turn informed by other groups and societies. This is a list of our key friends, advisors, and supporters.

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Kōtui Board

The board sets the direction of Kōtui, a shared library management and resource discovery service available to New Zealand public libraries on subscription.

LIANZA

The Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) is a non-profit, membership-based organisation that advocates on behalf of library and information professionals within the sector.

SLANZA

The School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (SLANZA) was launched in May 2000 with the vision of strengthening and promoting the role of school libraries and enabling all school communities to become information literate.

NOHANZ

The National Oral History Association of New Zealand Te Kete Korero-a-Waha o Te Motu fosters professional standards in oral history and brings together those interested in oral history.

New Zealand Conservators of Cultural Materials

New Zealand Conservators of Cultural Materials Pū Manaaki Kahurangi is a professional organisation for conservators employed in libraries, museums, archives, art galleries and private practice in New Zealand.

Friends of the Turnbull Library

The Friends of the Turnbull Library is an incorporated society promoting public interest in the Alexander Turnbull Library and supporting its activities.

Komiti Māori

Te Komiti Māori is an advisory group to Te Pouhuaki National Librarian, providing advice on the National Library’s strategic direction.

Friends of the Dorothy Neal White Collection

The Friends of the Dorothy Neal White Collection aim to foster interest in the National Library's three children's literature collections, and in the development of children's literature.

Te Whakakaokao

Te Whakakaokao is the Ngā Upoko Tukutuku Reo Māori Working Group, responsible for updating and maintaining the list of Māori Subject Headings.