EIBF & SDLC WARMLY WELCOME THE APPOINTMENT OF FRANCOISE NYSSEN AS FRENCH MINISTER FOR CULTURE

Françoise Nyssen,  in charge of one of the most prestigious French publishing houses has been able to prove that  a policy of editorial quality pays off and is the best option for achieving both popular & economic success.

EIBF REJOICES AT THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW FRENCH MINISTER FOR CULTURE, FRANCOISE NYSSEN

EIBF is very happy to join its French Members in their warm congratulations to Françoise Nyssen, appointed Minister for Culture by President Emmanuel Macron.

The European and International Booksellers Federation (EIBF) and the Federation of European Publishers (FEP) react to the Commission’s mid-term review of the Digital Single Market strategy

The European and International Booksellers Federation – EIBF – and the Federation of European Publishers – FEP – have read with interest the Commission’s Mid-Term Review of the Digital Single Market, published just over two years after the strategy was launched in 2015.

The European and International Booksellers Federation (EIBF) and the Federation of European Publishers (FEP) react to the reintroduction of copyright protected material in the proposed geo-blocking regulation as the Internal Market and Consumer Protection

EIBF and FEP note with great satisfaction that the Committee supported the safeguards proposed by the European Commission (recital 23 and article 4.3), so that this regulation may not be used to circumvent fixed book price regimes.

Geo-blocking: EIBF & FEP reiterate their request to exclude non-audiovisual copyright-protected content from the scope of the regulation

Recent developments in the discussions around the proposed Geo-blocking Regulation in the European Parliament committees are a cause for great concern for the book industry. In a joint letter sent by EIBF & FEP to all IMCO MEPs, the book industry reiterates its request to exclude non-audiovis

The American Booksellers Association supports freedom to publish controversial books

Amid the strong controversy that currently surrounds Milo Yiannopoulos and the calls for boycotting his book, the American Booksellers Association (ABA) joined the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC) and other free speech a

EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL BOOKSELLERS EXPRESS THEIR SOLIDARITY TO PARISIAN COLLEAGUES AND POPULATION

EIBF wish to express its solidarity to Parisian colleagues and the French population. Say co-Presidents Kyra Dreher and Fabian Paagman: “ Our thoughts are with all of the Parisians and French people.

European Commission’s consultation on further corporate tax transparency – EIBF Contribution

From the 17.06.2015 to the 09.09.2015, the European Commission conducted a public consultation on further corporate tax transparency. All sectors of society were invited to contribute to this consultation with an emphasis on those with an expertise in the taxation field.

The European Commission’s consultation on further corporate tax transparency – EIBF Contribution

Between the 17th of June and the 9th of September, 2015, the European Commission conducted a public consultation on expanding corporate tax transparency in the EU. Citizens, organisations and public authorities had the chance to voice their opinions.

European Commission’s e-commerce consultation – EIBF Contribution

From 12.06.2015 to 03.09.2015 the European Commission conducted a consultation on “contract rules for online purchases of digital content and tangible goods” by sending a questionnaire to various stakeholders concerned by the matter.

The European Commission’s consultation on contract rules for online purchases of digital content and tangible goods – EIBF Contribution

From 12.06.2015 to 03.09.2015, the European Commission conducted a public consultation “on contract rules for online purchases of digital content and tangible goods”, asking for contributions from organisations related to the fields of civil justice matters, internal market and consumer protectio

EIBF CONDEMNS THE ABOMINABLE ATTACK AGAINST CHARLIE HEBDO

The EIBF regards with horror the unspeakable attack perpetrated against Charlie Hebdo in Paris.