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International support for Hungarian publishers facing new censorship

Ahead of the General Affairs Council meeting on 22 June, which will review what is the status of “the values of the Union in Hungary”, IPA, FEP and EIBF have jointly written to Commission President (...)

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FEP-IFRRO-EWC-EVA event on digital education on 16 June

Together with IFRRO, EWC and EVA, FEP is organizing an event on digital education on 16 June from 10-11:30 CEST.
In this second edition of the Re:Start Conversations session the focus will be on (...)

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FEP open position paper on technical specifications for ebooks for the European Accessibility Act

The Federation of European Publishers represents 29 national publishers’ associations, gathering books, learned journals and educational content, in all formats. FEP is the voice of European (...)

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EUPL 2021 laureates have been announced

On 18 May the 13 new laureates for the European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) have been announced! This year, the participating countries are Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, (...)

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Upcoming webinar: Text and data mining – is the answer to the machine in the rights’ reservation protocol?

Webinar by FEP and EDRLab

Date: 3rd June from 11.00 to 12.30 CEST
Organised by FEP and EDRLab, with the participation of the European Commission and the European Parliament, this webinar will discuss the challenges to (...)

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FEP at Börsenverein’s Woche der Meinungsfreiheit

In the framework of Börsenverein’s Woche der Meinungsfreiheit, FEP partners up with the initiative and FEP President Peter Kraus vom Cleff will interview MEP Reinhard Bütikofer, Group of the (...)

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One Year After: FEP published a new report on effects of the pandemic on European book market

On Friday, 26 March, FEP published a new report on the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis for the book market in Europe, giving insights into the situation one year into the pandemic. The report (...)

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FEP co-signed open letter: Cultural sectors call on European governments to ensure a future

FEP joined a group of 110+ pan-European networks in signing the second open letter to reiterate their call to the national governments and the European Commission to "Make culture central in the (...)

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Press release: FEP Winter meeting

The Federation of European Publishers held its Winter meeting on 24 February. Its members reported on the actual situation in their respective countries. FEP will be consolidating the information (...)

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Consolidated EIBF-FEP Brexit document

FEP and the European and International Booksellers Federation have jointly worked on a paper outlining some of the issues following the EU-UK trade agreement. This document which does not replace (...)

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