The Biblioteca Innocenti Library Alfredo Carlo Moro is an international library specializing in the rights of children and adolescents. It was created in 2001 following a collaboration project between the Istituto degli Innocenti of Florence and the UNICEF Office of Research, in agreement with the Italian Government.
The Library also acts as the access and reference service of the National Centre and of the Documentation Centre for Childhood and Adolescence of the Region of Tuscany.
In 2009 the Library was named after Alfredo Carlo Moro, a scholar, juvenile judge and former chairperson of the National Centre, who played a key role in the establishment of children’s rights in Italy and in the creation of the Library.
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