EBLIDA created a Copyright Reform webpage.
The webpage contains key information on the current situation and will be updated as the process evolves. It gathers the positions developed over the past months together with the Library and Cultural Heritage Coalition and provides background information on specific articles on the Copyright Directive as well as means to contact MEPs.
BLOG POST: Why we need transparency?22 September 2017: For a well-informed society to exist, information must be public. Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter September 201714 September 2017: News about the next year’s EBLIDA NAPLE Annual Council and Conference, copyright reform, news from Brussels, Europe, EBLIDA and Worldwide. Enjoy reading! Read more >
BLOG POST: Upskilling Pathways: A role for Europe’s Libraries11 September 2017: Where do Europe’s network of 70,000 + libraries fit in? Read more >
EBLIDA joins an international coalition to halt potentially harmful copyright reform07 September 2017: EU copyright reform threatens Open Access and Open Science. Read more >
EBLIDA response to Public Consultation on the evaluation of the Database Directive 96/9/EC01 September 2017: The European Commission launched a public consultation on the application and impact of the Database Directive 96/9/EU on legal protection of databases. Read more >