On 16 June, IFRRO launched the second ‘Re:start conversations’ event, together with our partners EVA, EWC and FEP, entitled “Investing in a high-quality digital education ecosystem is investing in democracy” (see the programme here).
Press release by IFRRO and ZARRSO – 12 May 2021. Educational institutions in Zambia are required to sign a collective licence with Zambia Reprographic Rights Society (ZARRSO).
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the International Federation of Reproductions Rights Organisations (IFRRO) today announced their collaboration to develop a software solution for Collective Management Organizations (CMOs) managing text and image-based works.
16 June, 10:00-11:30 CEST
Authors, publishers and collective management organisations in the text and image sectors will discuss, together with representatives from the EU Institutions, the importance of investing in a high-quality digital education ecosystem and how the needs of a democratic society can be met, as well as those of writers, illustrators and publishers in the education sector.
In December 2020, representatives of Maltese rightsholders and the Ministry of Education signed a framework agreement for the reprographic and digital use of Maltese books in public schools. The signing of the agreement was presided over by Dr. Justyne Caruana, Minister of Education.
On 17 March, IFRRO launched the first of its “Re:start conversations” events, together with our partners EVA, EWC and FEP.
On the 9th of March 2021, more than 100 members of IFRRO participated in an online webinar with Daren Tang.
After an introduction by Yngve Slettholm, President of IFRRO, Daren Tang delivered a keynote speech, with some key messages for IFRRO members.
Copydan Writing, our RRO member in Denmark, recently published its 2021 year book (in Danish) which includes an interview with Caroline Morgan, IFRRO’s CEO.