Libraries are a democratic institution and a cultural indicator in a society. The more accessible libraries are to people, the greater the opportunity for people to take part in a society’s cultural and intellectual offerings. A just society is a society where all people have an opportunity to grow, learn and succeed.
Nanar library strives to provide access to a wide range of knowledge, literature, social information and an opportunity to develop thoughts and ideas.
The library also strives to create effective reading programs for young people and provide an opportunity for conversation and discussion on current topics.
Nanar library encourages reading,
but in addition to this, it also offers opportunities for film screenings, lectures and workshops.
Nanar Library holds a large collection of novels, historical works, poetry and drama. There is also a section for children’s literature in Arabic, Swedish and English, as well as a new and dedicated section with books about art.
Accessibility, respect and justice.
Value everyone’s individual needs, experiences and differences.
Guarantee and facilitate the free exchange of information and ideas in a democratic spirit.
Protect intellectual freedom and respect individual’s rights to privacy and personal choice.
To provide a respectful and professional service.