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March 22, 2023

Last week, from 13th until 17th of March, the 43rd WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) took place, with once more a lot of time given to...

  • AEPO-ARTIS
  • Posted by AEPO-ARTIS
February 16, 2023

On 15 February 2023, exactly 1400 days after the adoption of the 2019 Copyright directive, the European Commission has referred 6 countries to the European Court of Justice for failing...

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  • Posted by AEPO-ARTIS
January 18, 2023

With start of the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union this month, and committing to ‘bring culture to the fore’, AEPO-ARTIS wrote an open letter to the...

  • AEPO-ARTIS
  • Posted by AEPO-ARTIS
March 22, 2023

Last week, from 13th until 17th of March, the 43rd WIPO Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) took place, with once more a lot of time given to...

  • AEPO-ARTIS
  • Posted by AEPO-ARTIS
February 16, 2023

On 15 February 2023, exactly 1400 days after the adoption of the 2019 Copyright directive, the European Commission has referred 6 countries to the European Court of Justice for failing...

  • AEPO-ARTIS
  • Posted by AEPO-ARTIS
January 18, 2023

With start of the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union this month, and committing to ‘bring culture to the fore’, AEPO-ARTIS wrote an open letter to the...

AEPO-ARTIS

Copyright Directive Implementation

Here you will find an interactive map with the latest information and legislation on the implementation process of the CDSM directive in all member states.

MAP OF current situation in each country

Copyright Directive Implementation

Article 18 of the Copyright Directive (2019/790) obliges Member States to ensure that where authors and performers license or transfer their exclusive rights for the exploitation of their works or other subject matter, they are entitled to receive appropriate and proportionate remuneration.

ABOUT

WHAT WE DO

We defend performers’ rights

Objectives

As the paramount voice of performers’ collective management organisations in Europe, the main objectives of AEPO-ARTIS are to develop, strengthen and protect performers' rights as well as to highlight the contribution that performers make to Europe’s rich and diverse cultural sector.

Members

The members of AEPO-ARTIS are among the most experienced organisations in Europe working with actors, musicians, dancers and other performers. They have all been founded by performers, for performers with the aim of collectively managing their neighbouring rights.

Our 38 member organisations represent more than 650,000 performers.

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