Creator of Knowledge
Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Peter Mazebe II Sebina

Peter Mazebe II Mothataesi Sebina, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Library and Information Studies, University of Botswana. He serves on the editorial board of Archival Science and has previously served as deputy editor of the ESARBICA Journal; is the current President of the Botswana Library Association and a committee member of the Records and Information Association of Botswana; also sits on the Archives Advisory Council of Botswana. Peter was also part of a team that developed the draft national library policy of Botswana, currently before Parliament. His PhD is titled ‘Freedom of Information and Records Management: a learning curve for Botswana.’ He has published and presented extensively on Freedom of Information, its relationship with records management and plays an active role in the campaign for the legislation in Botswana. Peter has been involved in records management improvement exercises and studies in Botswana, Northwest Province of South Africa and Zambia. Included also are library improvement studies in Botswana. His research interests include: advocacy for library, archives and records management; legal aspects of information management; Freedom of Information and Privacy laws and their relationships with records, library and general information management; information management for transparency (including budget transparency) and effective citizen engagement and participation.
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