Created: 11 February 2019
This week will see the final round of negotiations about the EU copyright reform that has been in the making since 2016. During a series of meetings in Strasbourg the negotiators from the European Parliament, the Council and the European Commission will try to find compromises on the last controversial elements of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market directive. If they manage to do this, the compromise will go to a final vote by the European Parliament later this spring. If they do not, the efforts to modernise the EU copyright rules will likely be set back by a number of years.
Created: 3 August 2018
If you’re interested in keeping up with how copyright works in the cultural heritage sector, or want to learn from best practices and even share your own, the Copyright Community is for you!
Created: 21 June 2018
On 20 June, the Legal Affairs committee of the European Parliament voted on the Parliament’s report on the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive. The vote follows more than 1.5 years of intensive discussions and allows for trialogue negotiations under the Austrian Presidency.
Created: 8 June 2018
RightsStatements.org provides 12 rights statements that can be used to describe digital cultural heritage items and all of them have now been translated into German and Estonian
Created: 19 April 2017
There's a way for anyone interested in Europeana and its work to get involved. Sometimes, that requires a very specific focus. That's where our special interest groups come in. Browse the groups, see what they can do for you and find out how you can join in too.
Created: 24 January 2013
pro This guest post from Paul Keller, vice chair of Kennisland, introduces Europeana's new 'Rights Labelling Campaign'.
In 2012, Europeana …