the artists' rights
this Newsletter here
working condition of the artists.
The complete text of this global survey is available through the
June 2019 about the status of the artists in Europe,
from the Coalition for Cultural Diversity
this Newsletter here
Rica 2020. Bill submitted to the Legislative Assembly
order to face the consequences of the Covid 19 crisis on the economic
and social life of artists and actors in the cultural life of
Costa Rica, cultural associations and a collective of artists
have addressed to the Legislative Assembly, the Minister of Youth
and Culture, as well as to the President of the Republic, a bill
aiming at the protection of heritage, artists, and actors of the
You will find these texts by clicking here: 1
[PDF] and here
and creativity: defending art, defending diversity. By
Laurence Cuny, 2020, 43 pages.
Download the book here: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000373357
on Internet in Europe
three years of political battle, the European Parliament approved
on March 26 the European copyright reform which provides for new
rules on copyright on the Internet. This text, highly anticipated
by the media and the world of culture, aims to ensure that copyright
rights and obligations also apply to the digital sphere. MEPs
adopted the directive in plenary by 348 votes to 274 with 36 abstentions.
a press release published on the IFCCD website, the European Coalitions
for Cultural Diversity (ECCD) warmly welcome the adoption of the
Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market by the European
release | Text
of the law.
and Artistic Freedom
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The UNESCO universal Copyright Convention
"Committed to promoting copyright protection since its early
days, (the Universal Copyright Convention was adopted under UNESCO’s
aegis in 1952), UNESCO has over time grows concerned with ensuring
general respect for copyright in all fields of creation…"
UNESCO has several tools which are presented at the following
2° / The specialized societies
is the French collective rights management in the field of visual
sculpture, photography, multimedia, etc. It represents almost
100 000 authors.