Content tagged European Commission
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- A Common History: Preserving Cultural Heritage in Europe
The European Commission first proposed ‘A Year of European Cultural Heritage’ in 2016. The idea was to encourage the sharing and appreciation of Europe’s...
News - 7 December 2017
- Libraries are fighting for public, not commercial interests - a response to comments at the International Publishers' Congress 2016
IFLA has co-signed a letter in response to comments made by Hachette Livre CEO Arnaud Nourry at this week's International Publishers' Congress. In it, we reject entirely the argument that...
News - 14 April 2016
Tags: Access to information, Advocacy, contractual override, Copyright, EU, European Commission, Intellectual property, Knowledge society, Policy, Publishing, rights, CLM (Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters)
- Reform Copyright without Curtailing Internet Freedoms: IFLA Co-signs Open Letter to European Commission
IFLA has co-signed an open letter calling on the EU Commission to ensure that upcoming copyright reforms promote access to information and freedom of expression across Europe. IFLA and...
News - 7 April 2016
Tags: Access to information, Access to knowledge, Advocacy, Copyright, EU, EU Copyright Consultation, Europe, European Commission, Freedom of expression, International cooperation, Internet access, Internet intermediary responsibilities, Knowledge society, Policy, CLM (Committee on Copyright and other Legal Matters)
- A response to The European Commission's Green Paper "Copyright in the Knowledge Economy" (2008)
IFLA welcomes the opportunity to respond to the European Commission's Green Paper on Copyright in the Knowledge Economy (COM(2008) 466/3). IFLA has long been campaigning for fair and balanced...
Publication - 31 March 2009