The National Library of Israel is increasingly dedicated to developing a broad range of partnerships and programs throughout the world that foster engagement with our extensive collections and highlight our evolution as a leading global cultural and educational center. We partner with libraries, archives, museums, communities, schools, and other institutions in every area of Israel and across the globe internationally; and the number of collaborations increases from year to year. Large-scale digitization efforts are expanding access to holdings from NLI collections and partner institutions on a worldwide level.
These efforts are central to our mandate and mission to serve as the National Library for both the State of Israel and for the Jewish people worldwide. Click on the maps below to discover just some of the examples of how the National Library is working to fulfill this mission.

International Partnerships

Israeli Partnerships

Image from home page: An imaginary plan of Jerusalem, Romeyn de Hooghe. Amsterdam, 17th century.