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  • EBLIDA President on outgoing IFLA President and incoming IFLA President and President-elect

    EBLIDA President on outgoing IFLA President and incoming IFLA President and President-elect

    19 August 2015: IFLA WLIC Cape-Town (ZA), EBLIDA President Jukka Relander paid a tribute to outgoing IFLA President Sinikka Sipilä (Finland) and welcomed incoming IFLA President Donna Scheeder (USA) and President-elect Glòria Pérez-Salmerón (Spain). Read more >
  • International copyright reform for libraries and archives held back by EU

    International copyright reform for libraries and archives held back by EU

    09 July 2015: Once again, the EU has blocked progress by WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright & Related Rights (SCCR) towards copyright laws that would aid libraries & archives. Read more >
  • EBLIDA Newsletter July-August 2015

    EBLIDA Newsletter July-August 2015

    09 July 2015: Read the current Newsletter with the range of activities and interests, library & information society news from Europe, Brussels, EBLIDA and beyond. Read more >
  • EBLIDA calls on MEPs to vote YES to the JURI Report on INFOSOC

    EBLIDA calls on MEPs to vote YES to the JURI Report on INFOSOC

    07 July 2015: EBLIDA is calling on all Members of the EU Parliament to vote YES to the report in order to ensure and optimize access for European citizens through libraries, to science, education, and culture. Read more >
  • Licence Paralysis – Protect Copyright

    Licence Paralysis – Protect Copyright

    18 June 2015: Imagine a world where every book on every shelf in every library across the world had different usage terms and conditions. Who is allowed to read the book? Read more >

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