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Press Release: JURI Vote

Take two?

FEP notes with regret that the Parliament did not endorse the mandate the Members of the Legal Affairs Committee adopted on 20 June 2018. While the discussions mainly concentrated on issues not (...)

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Press Release: FEP Spring General Assembly

The General Assembly of FEP (Federation of European Publishers) elected its President, Flemish publisher Rudy Vanschoonbeek, owner of Uitgeverij Vrijdag (Antwerp, Belgium). It also elected Peter (...)

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Press Release: Pragmatic Support for the Juri Mandate

Yesterday, the legal affairs committee (JURI) of the European Parliament adopted the report on copyright in the Digital Single Market. This is a pragmatic signal for book, journals and (...)

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Joint Press Release: The European Blind Union (EBU) & the Federation of European Publishers (FEP)

The European Blind Union and the Federation of European Publishers met in Brussels on May 23, 2018.
During this meeting, they had the chance to discuss issues of cooperation both at EU and at (...)

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Creative Europe call for proposals

‘Support to Literary translations projects’

The Creative Europe call for proposals will be opened until May 23, 2018 and will provide financial support to translation projects aimed at promoting the circulation of EU literary works.
The (...)

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Boosting the EU culture budget

A call from Europe’s cultural & creative sectors

A letter now signed by 67 organisations: "We call on the EU to double the budget allocated to the successor of Creative Europe, the EU’s programme dedicated to the cultural sectors, and ensure (...)

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European copyright solution must support all

Teachers and students travel in Europe. This is great. And it is important that when they access their educational material (whether the primary use or the secondary uses, see below), either in (...)

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European Book Publishing Statistics 2016

The Federation of European Publishers (FEP) represents 29 national associations of publishers from the European Union and the European Economic Area Member States. The present survey is based on (...)

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