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Increase Critical Thinking Worldwide

The UiLA Presents a Major International Event

* The 50th Anniversary of Information Literacy! *

  • To honor the legacy of Paul G. Zurkowski, Esq. who launched IL in November 1974
  • And to promote critical thinking especially for vulnerable youth thru the global System of Information Literacy
  • Awards, Music, Fun & Games...All Ages

Saturday, November 9 th, 2024, 11 am -

5 pm

Connie Morella Bethesda Library Maryland USA

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About The Universal Information Literacies Association (UiLA)


5636 Connecticut Avenue NW, #42645, Chevy Chase, DC 20015, US

Mission Statement

Following the United Nations, the National Forum on Information Literacy, and the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions' "Alexandria Proclamation" that Information Literacy is "...a basic human right" the UiLA will focus on increasing critical thinking skills through Information Literacy to help the most vulnerable youth of the world for a good, more inclusive and better informed 21st century sustainable Global Information Society.


The Universal Information Literacies Association (UiLA) is an IRS 501(c)(3) subcategory 509(a)(2) International Professional Nonprofit Educational Public Charity Association. Co-founded in Washington, DC in 2021 by Paul G. Zurkowski, Esq., who identified, named and launched Information Literacy in 1974 and founding President Jeffrey "JK" Kelly, M.A.T. The UiLA's goal is to increase the Information Literacy/critical thinking rate globally from, 17% of the United States working population in 1974 & 23% of all ages worldwide in 2021 as estimated by Zurkowski, to 33% by 2025 and 51+% by 2030 focusing on the most vulnerable youth of the world. The UiLA has established the "Zurkowski Award" that will go to the most Information Literate country/community and individual of the world and the most Information Literate US state/community and individual.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Community, Education & Literacy


Mon Jun 17, 2024 - Sun Sep 15, 2024


5636 Connecticut Ave. NW#42645Washington, DC 20015



  • Event Design & Planning
  • Event Planning / Management
  • Ushering
  • Community Outreach
  • Critical Thinking
  • Multi-Tasking




  • Must be at least 18
  • To fit volunteer's schedule
  • Reliability.

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