At a time when the copyright public policy debate tends to focus exclusively on enforcement, we believe that it is time for a discussion in the European institutions on how to ensure that copyright fully supports innovation, creativity, competition, and the public interest. Now is the time for a constructive policy agenda to ensure copyright ...
The Spanish major Collecting Society (SGAE) responds to the Reda Report with concerns. This is the document sent to the European Parliament 22/01/2015. nota-sgae-reforma-europea-copyright http://xnet-x.net/docs/nota-sgae-reforma-europea-copyright.pdf http://xnet-x.net/responde-a-la-sgae-en-europa
Main idea: “Although the directive was meant to adapt copyright to the digital age, in reality it is blocking the exchange of knowledge and culture across borders today.” (source: https://juliareda.eu/2015/01/report-eu-copyright-rules-maladapted-to-the-web/)
Monitoring Media Pluralism in Europe – Testing and Implementation of the Media Pluralism Monitor 2014
Published by the Centre for Law and Democracy – September 28, 2013
Report published by the Centre for Law and Democracy, March 2012
Colombia and Ecuador have both anounced to be working in the future on a stronger representation of own cultural contents. More information on their plans can be found here: http://www.ifacca.org/national_agency_news/2014/10/03/colombia-and-ecuador-are-joining-forces-work-cultu/
“The International Federation of Arts Councils and Culture Agencies (IFACCA) is the global network of national agencies arts funding. Created in December 2000, its purpose is to improve the capacity and effectiveness of government agencies arts funding in order to benefit society through networking, advocacy and research arts. To meet its objectives, IFACCA has initiated ...
This website provides us with some overview on cultural policies all over the world, including also South American countries: http://www.diversite-culturelle.qc.ca/index.php?id=2&L=1